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  • Puerto Vallarta: Can I Work From Home? Work from Anywhere You know that photo you see of the person working on the beach, tapping away at his laptop? It’s not a dream. It’s something anyone can do. If you want to move to Puerto Vallarta but you’re stumped about how you’ll make money in the process, there are loads of options. Writers are ...
  • When In Vallarta, Try The Bus We do a lot of walking in Puerto Vallarta and for long distances, we find the taxis quite reasonable. They are everywhere, easy to flag down and not difficult on price negotiations. Lawfully, they should have a price chart in their car, in case you have any questions. We do, however, appreciate a good bus ride ...
  • Filmando House Hunters International – Desde Dallas a Puerto Vallarta Como ingresamos al show En Marzo del 2013, recibí una llamada que cambió mi vida. Taniel Chemsian, nuestro agente de Bienes Raíces en Puerto Vallarta me llamó un día para decirme que tenía una invitación para mi esposo y para mí. Imaginen mi sorpresa cuando me enteré que él se refería a la oportunidad de aparecer en ...
  • HOW CLEAN IS OUR BAY? I tend to be a bit of an environmentalist. So when I read this article written by someone that is out and about in our bay every day it made me happy. We live in such a beautiful place and with some of the new ideas and thinking in the Puerto Vallarta area I hope ...
  • Puerto Vallarta’s Fabulous Weather The change of seasons is upon us. Fall is in the air and soon weather temperatures will drop and cold weather will arrive. More and more Americans and Canadians are spending their winters in Puerto Vallarta Mexico, as it is an ideal “snowbird” destination. Puerto Vallarta is a friendly place to live and it has a ...
  • Puerto Vallarta: US Politics In Mexico What is it about the popularity of Bill and Hillary Clinton in Mexico, including Puerto Vallarta? The country adores them! It’s not just that Mexicans don’t like (to put it mildly) the opposition; they also have a Mutual Admiration Society going on with the Clintons. It is a fact that the Mexican government has depended on ...
  • Vallarta Finger Foods and Oysters This morning we went for our tasty oyster treat down by the bridge. Locals, ex-pats and visitors are familiar with the place where one can dine cheaply in great style. Although we have a special fondness for many of the beach restaurants and cafes, we also enjoy the other reasonable fare available. Vendors of a ...
  • Dogs and Thunder In Puerto Vallarta Dogs and Thunder It’s called Strom Phobia and our pup suffers from this horrible affliction here in Puerto Vallarta during rainy season. We always know when a storm is brewing because the pup starts the panting/pacing ritual that precedes thunder and lightning. Pup seems to want to be on top of us, or maybe inside of ...
  • Is Puerto Vallarta The Friendliest City? Many years ago, upon one of our first visits to Puerto Vallarta, before we decided to make our residence permanent, we read a sign on our way into the city from a day trip returning from Sayulita. We’d just crossed the border from Nayarit into Jalisco and there it was: La ciudad más amigable del ...
  • Puerto Vallarta: 10 Things We Love Ten Things You Will Love About Moving to Vallarta You’ve moved to Puerto Vallarta (or maybe you’re thinking about moving here and want to find out what these ten things are to entice you and motivate you to get with the program). There’s so much to do, you’ll never find enough time for all the enjoyment. ...