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Give Our Puerto Vallarta Charities a Helping Hand

We are once again organizing the House Hunters International Charity Event benefitting Becas Vallarta Scholarships, >Make-A-Wish Foundation, >Asilo San Juan Diego Senior Assisted Living Center, and the Puerto Vallarta Botanical Gardens. As we are getting ready for this exciting evening of food, drinks and entertainment we are in need of items that can be raffled …

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Vallarta Inspired Living News: Potholes

Potholes Keep the Economy Going Sometimes the potholes in Puerto Vallarta are so big, we are afraid to drive over them, lest we disappear into their black depths. The big ones, however, are outnumbered by thousands, possibly millions of smaller potholes that can make for a rough ride, especially once the sun goes down over …

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Sharks?

Sharks in Puerto Vallarta As far down as Zihuatanejo, you will find sharks in the waters but there simply are none in the vicinity of Puerto Vallarta. Climate change has warmed the waters south of us in places like Ixtapa, which attracts sharks due to the new temperatures and currents that are attractive to typical …

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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 …

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Pests

Mosquitoes Puerto Vallarta is not free of mosquitoes. What are they good for? Absolutely nothing, we’ve been told. Eliminating them, however, is not simply a major challenge, it is a task associated with harm to the environment and we have enough of that already. There is ongoing research into how to find a balance in …

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Q1 – 2016 Puerto Vallarta Real Estate Market Report

First Quarter 2016 Puerto Vallarta Market Report The Easter holiday is over and we have the results from the first quarter Puerto Vallarta real estate market. It has been a wonderful season filled with incredible weather, activities, theatre, concerts, parades and celebrations, and of course a busy real estate market. Here is a comparison for …

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Puerto Vallarta: Happy New Year!

İProspero Año! We love New Year’s Eve in Puerto Vallarta. Everyone gets in on the act and the fun goes on all night long, with dancing in the streets and endless fireworks. There are so many great venues where you can hang out to say goodbye to the old year and greet the new. The …

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Vallarta: An Idillic Beach Village Around the Corner

Pizota in Cabo Corrientes Pizota, a small village south of Puerto Vallarta, in the state of Jalisco, is not a privately owned island, contrary to what many people believe. In the first place, it’s a coastal village and not an island. There are no privately owned beaches in Mexico; the Federal government has possession of …

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Get Out And Hike Vallarta

Hiking to Las Animas Las Animas is a coastal village that’s lively during the day when tourists swarm the beaches, and quiet at night when residents breathe a sigh of relief until the next morning when they open their welcome arms to people who keep the commerce going. The best thing about hiking from Puerto …

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Puerto Vallarta: Whats A Mercado?

Whether on the beach, street or in the tianguis (flea market), expectations are to bargain, on both sides of any regateo (negotiation). Though some visitors to Puerto Vallarta find bargaining a bother and even embarrassing, it can also be fun and educational. Try a little bit of your Spanish knowledge of numbers. Know the difference …

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2016 Property Taxes Are Due On Your Mexican Property

Dear Homeowners & Property Managers It is that time of year again and the 2016 property taxes are due on your Mexico properties. Unfortunately, property tax departments throughout Mexico do NOT send out annual tax bills. However, they have become easier to pay for foreign owners with the addition of an online system, anyone with …

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Puerto Vallarta: Taking A Panga To Yelapa!

Take a Panga to Yelapa! There are people who ask if Mexico is safe. It’s a question that actually upsets a lot of locals and residents here in this relatively peaceful country. Yes, there are problems, just as there are in our extremely divided neighbor to the north. However, there is very little danger to …

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Vallarta Knows A Party

The Spanish word for bridge is puente and in Puerto Vallarta, as in all of Mexico, that means “time to party.” A puente is a bridge that carries you from one ordinary week into another, with good times in between. An extra day for travel or recovery makes for three and four day vacations. Mexicans …

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