The water taxi ground gently onto the beach, and we hopped over the side into warm, knee-deep surf.
It was an appropriate way to arrive in Yelapa, a sunny, secluded oceanfront enclave about 15 miles south of Puerto Vallarta by water. It’s a tiny, slightly threadbare fishing village with a broad, open crescent of beach, drawing day-trippers who sun, swim and drink and a few tourists who stay longer.
Well, come for the beach and the drinks but stay for the food. As with the amphibious . . .