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Whale Of A Tale In Puerto Vallarta

-The Whales Are Back! - A friend who owns a panga (outboard skiff) called us with great excitement the other day. The whales have returned to Banderas Bay in Puerto Vallarta and the friend was thrilled to relate their first sighting. Did we wan...

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FlyBoard, They Said, Its Fun, They Said…

Flyboard in Puerto Vallarta: If you see someone attached to a hose flying around out on the water, you’re not losing your mind. It’s called hydrolifting and it’s done on a flyboard, the apparatus on which the flyer stands. This is a craz...

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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...

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Linda’s Puerto Vallarta Shopping Tips

Puerto Vallarta's Wonderful Markets One of the most important things to good cooking is finding fresh, locally grown ingredients.  The experience of wandering through Mexico's markets can be a beautiful experience not only experiencing t...

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2018 ‘House Hunters International’ Disco Ball

$664,369 Pesos Raised For Vallarta Charities The Disco Ball was the night to remember! The glittery 2018 ‘House Hunters International’ charity event lit up the perfect Vallarta night sky Tuesday, November 20th at the beautiful beachfront O...

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Puerto Vallarta & Maize

Next time you’re on the Malecón in Puerto Vallarta, buying corn on the cob and smothering it in cheese and Salsa Huichol, remember corn, a highly diversified and reliable food source, is a vegetable with a traceable history. You would not be...

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Valentine’s Day in Puerto Vallarta

Luckily for many of us, just being in Puerto Vallarta says it all for Valentine’s Day!  But, if you really want to enjoy, relax and dazzle your friend, partner, husband or wife, please allow me to give  you a few tips or recommendations for...

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Another fun thing to do in Puerto Vallarta…

At the top of my personal list of fun things to do in PV is to scuba dive.  I can imagine it would be a great experience.  You learn a new hobby, meet new people, and enjoy all the beauty of the ocean.  What could be better while visiting, s...

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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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Getting to Know the Jungle Around Puerto Vallarta

A visit to Puerto Vallarta Botanical Gardens Every outing we have ever gone on with botanist Miguel Cházaro has been an adventure. One day our friend took us to visit a cloud forest of maple trees and giant ferns, not far from Talpa, Jalisco....

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Purchasing A Business In Puerto Vallarta

For quite some time, my partner and I had been looking at purchase a business together that would fit our personalities and lifestyle.  While living in Vancouver BC and after examining several options, we came across Estigo Scooters, an ATV/...

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Alan Wanzenberg’s Luxury Home Decor Ideas

When Manhattan's luxury developers want a sure thing, they bring in Alan Wanzenberg. The New York architect's imprimatur is the gold standard for a clientele that appreciates his emphasis on craftsmanship and understated luxe. "I love the intim...

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Good Vibes and fun in J/24 Mexico Nationals

The Mexican J/24 Class hosted a exceptional event that may go down as one of the main fixtures on the sailing circuit in years to come.  In what is traditionally an event that marks the start of the MEXORC (Mexican Ocean Racing Circuit) with t...

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Peregrinaciones In December

The Peregrinaciones or Processions are celebrated during the first 12 days of December. Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ was given the name “La Virgen de Guadalupe”, or The Virgen of Guadalupe” in Mexico by church authorities almost 500 year...

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