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Semana Santa

Semana Santa   Semana Santa is the biggest party in Puerto Vallarta, bar none. There are other celebrations, such as El Grito, the commemoration of Mexico’s Independence Day, New Year’s Eve, and the festivities of the Christmas holidays, to name a few. But there is nothing that compares to the influx to Puerto Vallarta for the …

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Fwd: What About A Quick Trip To San Blas From Vallarta?

San Blas: North of Puerto Vallarta, about a three hour drive, is the municipality of San Blas. We recommend finding accommodations for at least one overnight to explore the area. San Blas is rich in history, the original embarkation point for Spanish explorers traveling north and establishing ports in places as far as Nootka Sound …

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Keepin Cool

How to Keep Cool in the Coming Months It’s gloriously cool in Puerto Vallarta right now. The evenings are breezy, the ocean blows cool air up toward the mountains and humidity is relatively low. The temperature in Puerto Vallarta stays mean pretty much throughout the year but right now we can feel the humidity beginning …

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Mexico Vacations: Yes, Sir! or Maam (Language lesson alert)

Titulos and Formalities   In Puerto Vallarta, did you know it’s important to address professionals by their title? Unless you’re on a first name basis with your Doctor, he or she is Doctor (masculine form) Garcia or Doctora (feminine form) Diego. However, just as significant are the titles of your engineer Ingeniero or your architect …

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