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Four Seasons Resort at Punta Mita
In September, 2003 Adrian and Rex traveled to the Four Seasons Resort at Punta Mita, a peninsula about 25 miles north of Puerta Vallarta, Mexico.

The Four Seasons is a fairly small, self-contained resort, with beautiful grounds, terrific beaches, a fine golf course, and the nicest staff ever.

We hope you enjoy these pictures of our trip.

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Settling into the Four Seasons Resort at Punta Mita.
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Adrian quickly found her spot for the visit.
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The south beach was not exactly overcrowded.
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Into the pool for some reading.
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View from the pool
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Adrian preparing for one of her favorite events - Lunch.
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This was about as busy as Rex got.
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A Look at The Golf Course

A map of the par 3 hole number 3.
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Rex considers how to get to the number 3 green.
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Closer inspection show that the cart path seems to have some casual water.
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Foraging golf course coconuts for dinner.
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Back at the Four Seasons

Adrian manages to keep in touch with her pals.
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The Pacific was clear and WARM!
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Back to lounging in the pool
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More such lounging.
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A Visit to the Local Village

Adrian arranges a limo for our tour of the village.
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The local village was well connected to the internet.
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Adrian running for El Presidente while we were there.
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An artist's map of the Punta Mita peninsula
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Rex contemplates the local beach in town.
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Our favorite place in town.
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Back to the Four Seasons Resort

Surf casting at the beach.
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A triggerfish caught by Rex (this was the fish, not the bait)
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Barely able to hold it up, Rex shows off his catch.
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All dressed up for dinner.
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View of part of the grounds from the lobby.
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The cultural center had a great table relief map of the Punta Mita peninsula.
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Enjoying the end of another grueling day.
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The sunsets were actually very nice.
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Building these little thatched huts took us a couple of hours each day.
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Picking Out Dinner


Adrian picking out our fish for dinner.
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Local lobsters were also contenders.
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We finally settled on this red snapper. The parrot fish and flounder above were also considered.
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Adrian consulting with locals on her fish selection.
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The final step was to discuss how to cook the fish with Jaime - the sous chef.
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Testing the dessert to go with the red snapper.
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Back from snorkeling.
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Hiking to some ruins on the hills above the resort.
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Adrian seems pleased to have made it to the top.
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Adrian figuring out when we can come back to Four Seasons at Punta Mita.
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THE CONTEST: Can you name this fruit?

Each day, a nice variety of fruit was delivered to our room. Most were easily recognizable. This one was a little different. It tasted great, but what is it?

Log into the web site bulletin board if you have any comments. The answer will be posted there in a few days.

The answer Now Posted as of September 19, 2003. Go to the below link and check out the Contest Forum there.

Link to Answer to Contest
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