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Comment by Stan & Ginger Duncan on January 14, 2010 at 10:43am
We are very excited to be participating in the Go Green Expo in Los Angeles later this month. Come by Booth #310 between January 22 & 24 at the Los Angeles Convention Center at 1201 South Figueroa St., South Hall J, and watch some terrific video of the eco-adventures we offer at Alderwood Retreat. Naturalist guided hikes, guided sea kayaking past bird rookeries and sea otter colonies, marine tours to see porpoise & whales, voluntourism projects like cleaning up our outlying beaches, historical & cultural tours, cooking classes, and SO much more are all available at our eco-lodge in the pristine Alaskan wilderness on Kodiak Island. This show is oriented by & for people who care about taking care of the environment, so there'll be lots to see! The first folks to e-mail us will recieve free passes into the show!!! Hope to see you there!
Comment by Anil on January 13, 2010 at 11:01pm
Actually in most tourist destinations, CUN,ACA the custom control is a matter of pressing a button. A formality. Unless you are bringing a lot of gear and trolly packed of suitcases
Comment by Emma Krasov on January 13, 2010 at 10:55pm
Darryl, thank you! I enjoyed your story very much. The way you describe downtown PV - can't wait to get there. Now I'm also prepared for Mexican customs control. Good to know!
Comment by Darryl Musick on January 13, 2010 at 11:31am
Emma, try to get to El Set. about half an hour before sunset for a great meal and a spectacular sunset. It's located about a mile south of town on Playa Conchas Chinas, in between the Lindomar and Hotel Conchas Chinas properties. Check out my old Puerto Vallarta report at

Also, Cenederia Ene is a good spot for cheap eats downtown.

Comment by Emma Krasov on January 13, 2010 at 1:00am
Please advice on great little restaurant(s) in Puerto Vallarta. I'll be in town for only one full day, working on an article and am looking for something to wow my readers. Gracias to more experienced travelers who don't mind sharing!
Comment by Jane Gregg on January 10, 2010 at 1:29pm
I agree, the guidebooks generally are no help when it comes to food. We give our travelers detailed info on the food where they're going and restaurant recommendations. Frequent question I get: Is it possible to have a bad meal in Barcelona? To which I always answer, Yes! Unfortunately.
Comment by John Lamkin on January 10, 2010 at 12:45pm
Next to where I'm staying in Cuenca, Ecuador is Sakura Sushi. It's everywhere.
Comment by Anil on January 10, 2010 at 12:35pm
Most of traditional guide books write about food as an after thought. Only once I came upon a series on Word Food, by Lonely planet. I truly enjoyed those books which focussed on a cuisine of a country at a time.
Comment by Jane Gregg on January 10, 2010 at 12:30pm
There's an interesting article in the New York Times on eating sushi in Barcelona and Japanese cuisine's appeal to Catalans. (One of Ferrán Adrià's favorite restaurants in Barcelona is Japanese.) See
Comment by Emma Krasov on January 9, 2010 at 2:11pm
I cover Food and Restaurants for my regular publications, and of course, in every Travel story I produce there is a mention or a rave review about great places to eat and wonderfully creative chefs. Check out my blog, Art and Entertain Me at:



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