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Before the Cruise Ships in Puerto Vallarta

Long before Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess and Carnival Cruises started mooring their ships in Puerto Vallarta, the bay welcomed huge freight vessels. Ships were also the primary form of transportation for people arriving in the port, as w...

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Puerto Vallarta: Be Responsible With Your Pets

Don’t Litter with Litters Most visitors know nothing about the pet population in Puerto Vallarta. They are aware of dogs on the beach, cats on the island in the middle of town but what is really surprising is how little the people who live...

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CHANGES IN MEXICAN TAX LAWS 2014

Yucalandia just published an article regarding the changes in Mexican tax laws affecting foreigners for 2014, which we thought might be useful: Here's a summary of the changes in Mexican tax laws affecting foreigners for 2014. This report co...

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The Vallarta Real Estate Fair 2014

Are you wondering about how the changes in Mexico’s immigration laws will affect you? – How will the new fiscal reforms affect capital gains tax this year? - Are you wondering what loans are available for mortgages in Mexico? - How do prope...

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Puerto Vallarta Loves Equipales

Our favorite thing about equipales is the way they smell. The odors of leather and rosewood linger for years and are usually so strong at the point of purchase; we usually allow them to air out on the patio for a day or two, especially the ...

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Puerto Vallarta: Stand Up and Paddle

Stand Up and Paddle Our first introduction to standing on a surf board with a paddle was a wet one. It took several attempts to learn our balance points but the landing was always soft and forgiving. Stand Up Paddle, known as SUP, has become...

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The best places to look at the stars: Jalisco.

The best places to look at the stars: Jalisco. San Sebastian del Oeste   San Sebastian del Oeste, a small town in Jalisco high up in the sierra, has one of the most transparent atmospheres in the country. From the Cerro de la Bufa, crossing t...

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Jungle Drums and Grocery Stores in Vallarta

When we first arrived in Puerto Vallarta, our destination for groceries (and many other things) was Gutiérrez Rizo. If Rizo didn’t have it, you didn’t need it! Rizo, located in the heart of Old Town, had two levels with a broad staircase i...

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We Got the Place we Dreamed of

Dear Dana and Stella, Now that we are getting settled in we just wanted to let you know how much we appreciate the great job you did for us. First of all we got the place we dreamed of. I guess that is why you and Stella are called The Dr...

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Real Humanity In Puerto Vallarta

Grab Your Cape! Sometimes we do become bored in Puerto Vallarta, believe it or not. Sipping margaritas on the beach, ziplining through the jungle, diving off the Marietas; at times we seek diversion. It is the age of the hero, with Marvel Co...

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San Sebastian is Only 2 Hours Away From Vallarta

San Sebastián del Oeste The heat in Puerto Vallarta can be stifling in the summer months and we often venture out of town for an escape. It’s a great time to travel with less tourists and roads that are not quite so crowded. A favored des...

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Vallarta Lifestyles – Best of Vallarta/Nayarit

Before moving to Puerto Vallarta in 1999, the president and founder of one of the fastest growing real estate agencies in the city worked as an agent for Prudential Realty in Beverly Hills. By then, he already had several years of experience in...

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Puerto Vallarta: Boats In Our Harbor

Boats in Our Harbor The cruise ship marina often has visitors. Sometimes yachts are huge, with heliports and large tenders to transport passengers from the boat to shore, or another vessel. Such luminaries as Bill Gates, David Geffen, Carlos...

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Puerto Vallarta: Gun Ownership Rules

Puerto Vallarta and Guns This past weekend we had the occasion to watch a rousing televised sports event in Puerto Vallarta with a group of acquaintances and a handful of people we’d never met, some tourists. One new visitor to our lovely ...

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The Mexican Sombrero

Everyone who visits Puerto Vallarta knows that a sombrero is a large Mexican hat. Wide enough to protect not just the head but the neck and shoulders, they also have an upturned rim that can deflect water while trotting around the mesa, her...

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PUERTO VALLARTA REAL ESTATE FAIR 2015

PUERTO VALLARTA REAL ESTATE FAIR 2015 The annual Vallarta Real Estate Fair is the perfect opportunity to get the important information Buyers, Sellers, and Homeowners need to make the most of their real estate investments.  The 2015 Fai...

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Vallarta Christmas Traditions

To say that Mexico is a country rich with tradition is clichéd nearly as much as some of the traditions themselves. Years ago, upon visiting a Mexican home during the Christmas holidays, we were shown a room that had been completely devote...

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