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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 sha...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: To Car or Not To Car

Owning a Car in Puerto Vallarta We have owned many cars during our years in Puerto Vallarta, and agree there are pros and cons to auto ownership. We recommend you first become an official resident before buying or owning a car in Puerto Vall...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: The Best Beach Town

What Makes Puerto Vallarta the Best Beach Town? Puerto Vallarta was once a quiet port, agriculture being its main contribution. In the mid-60’s all that changed when John Huston decided to film his steamy movie The Night of the Iguana, bas...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Climate Awareness

The Dead Zone No, this blog isn’t about zombies. It actually covers a subject much more frightening than the walking dead of fiction. Though the Gulf of Mexico is on the opposite side of the country from Puerto Vallarta, what happens there...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Dating Life

Dating in Puerto Vallarta In a recent survey, in which we asked what dating groups exist in Puerto Vallarta, we plenty of laughs, in return. It’s no secret; there are a lot of single people who have relocated to Puerto Vallarta. There’s ...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: 15th Birthday

The Mexican Quinceañera Every Mexican girl has a quinceañera. The translation means fifteenth birthday but in Puerto Vallarta it can mean so much more. A young lady often gets a party to outdo all parties; a celebration of many things. The...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Souvenirs

Souvenirs from Puerto Vallarta There’s no reason to be stumped when shopping for souvenirs in Puerto Vallarta; there’s something for everyone. Check out your hometown Starbucks and you’ll find some of the best coffee in the world com...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Turibus

Turibus Puerto Vallarta A thrilling new venture will begin in Puerto Vallarta this month and we couldn’t be more excited. We already know Turibus in Mexico City and other Mexican cities is a great way to see sites and get around, and hav...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Margaritaville

You’re in Puerto Vallarta. It’s summer. What a good time to research margaritas! The tequila brand of Jose Cuervo has long claimed that Margarita is more than a girl’s name. The drink became popular in the United States during a tim...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Environmental Issues

Environmental Issues in Puerto Vallarta When we decide to live here, we must be a part of the effort to face serious issues. Any fool knows there is no such thing as true paradise but we can do our best to help it be as perfect as possible. ...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Vegetarian Options

Vegetarian Restaurants Many years ago we were delighted when Planeta Vegetariano opened on the north side of Our Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral. It was a great choice to treat our vegetarian friends and at the time it opened, there was nothing ...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Healthcare

Mexico Healthcare Many articles have been published in the past couple years about Mexican health care. As someone who has been hospitalized in Puerto Vallarta, both in emergency, as well as scheduled hospital visits, we can attest to the su...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Getting Around

Getting Around Do you need a car in Puerto Vallarta? That’s very debatable, and the opinions on this issue are as varied as the assorted experiences. We’ve known many expats who’ve driven their US and Canadian cars to Puerto Vallarta ...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: In The Navy

Navy Day in Puerto Vallarta Mexico celebrated her first Navy Day in 1942 and Puerto Vallarta took up the tradition not long after, in 1949. Navy Day is one of the holidays Mexicans observe that usually misses tourist attention. Expats living...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Naptime

Time for a Good Nap High season is winding down and even though there are still many activities, the town has quieted and we feel more relaxed and looking forward to summer nights with friends, cool breezes coming off the ocean, and early mo...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Speak English?

Hablas Inglés? Quite often when a person moves to Puerto Vallarta, they haven’t taken a grasp of the language, other than “cerveza, por favor” and “donde están los baños?” That’s loosely translated as “beer, please” and ...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Rumors in Puerto Vallarta

Rumors in Puerto Vallarta   Social media has given new life to people who love gossip. There are countless sites to look up news about anyplace in the world but it’s important to crosscheck, investigate, and do your own research wh...

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Puerto Vallarta Living: Friendship Club

International Friendship Club   The IFC, or in Spanish Club Internacional de la Amistad, is a great place to meet people if you’re new in town. For those interested in volunteer work the IFC is an outstanding prospect. The IFC has ...

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