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Thursday November 23 2017




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A Green Entrepreneur in Chapala Lake

Driving West from Ajijic to San Juan Cosalá, through the route which runs around the Chapala Lake, passing through small fishermen´s Villages, with some subdivisions which are mostly built by wealthy Mexican families and here and there upscale Gated communities, you will see, all of a sudden amidst this bucolic and gentle environment, a large, pr...

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What Makes Banderas Bay so Special?

Some say that Banderas Bay was formed from a volcano; that it is so deep that no instruments have ever been able to accurately detect its depth. Others claim it to be two miles deep. They are all incorrect as it’s merely an extension of a canyon running from the Banderas Valley or Ameca Valley with its deepest point near Cabo Corrientes, measured...

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Puerto Vallarta: Discovering a Natural Paradise

Geography.- Puerto Vallarta encompasses all of Banderas Bay on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Located in the state of Jalisco, well known for the preservation of its authentic Mexican traditions, the Puerto Vallarta area features 40 miles of coastline and a diverse topography, including tropical jungles, rocky river beds, steep mountain sides and...

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Golfing in Paradise

Puerto Vallarta is fast becoming one of Mexico’s premier golf destinations. The resort town on Mexico’s Pacific coast is currently home to seven world-class golf courses; all framed by beautiful vistas of the Sierra Madre Mountains and the azure waters of the Pacific Ocean and include jungle-rich layouts. These include two Jack Nicklaus Signatu...

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Vacation Market in Riviera Nayarit & Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta and the Nayarit Rivera form the popular tourist destination best known as Vallarta. It is located at the Mexican Pacific beach of Bahia de Banderas, the third largest natural Mexican bay and one of the largest in Latin America. This bay is located between the south of Jalisco state and the north of Nayarit, the limits of thi...

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Have You Seen Puerto Vallarta's Green Flashes?

Perhaps you're among those fortunate enough to have witnessed a green flash at the instant the sun sets; however for most, they've only heard of the phenomenon. One such area for viewing the green flashes is Puerto Vallarta, Mexico where, during the "high season" of November through May when the average daily temperature is 73°F with virtually no...

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Chapala: A Little Mexican Paradise Treasured by Expats

The deep silence of the night is broken by the shy, sweet chirp of the sparrows. There are many types of birds including humming in Chapala Lake including hummingbirds, pelicans, and herons. The lake is covered by a golden mist, and the wind blows a soft and crisp breeze, an-nouncing the coming of the autumn. The leaves on the trees are trembl...

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What Makes Puerto Vallarta Quaint?

Quaint, as defined by Webster and others, means unusual or old fashioned in a pleasing way, with a charming old fashioned quality, or oddly picturesque. Some will say that Puerto Vallarta is a quaint or picturesque city due to the thousands of whitewashed villas, condos, and other buildings nestled among flora and fauna of the Sierra Madre hil...

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Vallarta Heat: Year Round Living in the Tropics

Many first time visitors to Puerto Vallarta are deterred from spending the summer months in Mexico by overheard complaints of the oppressive heat. This is unfortunate because the rainy season has a special charm unavailable during the cooler winter months. While the humidity and heat can be intense during the day, the rains come in the afternoon...

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Discovery Weekend: Mexico Alive

Puerto Vallarta.- The Discovery Weekend began Thursday checking into a beautiful Banderas Bay beach front resort with a welcome cocktail party where we met the other guests and Mexico Alive´s staff. The fun continued as we took the private bus during our tour of Puerto Vallarta. We then returned to the resort to get ready for the Mexican Fiesta di...

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In this region: Manzanillo, Puerto Vallarta, Guadalajara, Riviera Nayarit