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27 October, 2021
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There is no more Mexican holiday in Mexico than the Day of the Dead. For most Mexicans, this day is more than a celebration that is crossed off the calendar, or one of many periodic occasions for rejoicing and jamming: September 15, the Guadalupe-Reyes marathon, Holy Week, San Valentin, the quinceañeras, the fairs, the festivities. Day of the Dead is unique and has a deep meaning.   What does Day of the Dead mean? In Mexico, it is believed that…

30 August, 2021
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Updated: September 1, 2021. Hurricane Nora left human tragedies and substantial material damages over the weekend after torrential rains and heavy winds in Puerto Vallarta and many more places in the state of Jalisco, including Cihuatlán, La Huerta, Tomatlán, Ciudad Guzmán and more. In Puerto Vallarta, two rivers burst, destroying a bridge Downtown, flooding roads and bringing a building to collapse. Pictures and videos show flooding, felled trees, damaged roads and power lines across several states. As always, the community…

25 August, 2021
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With an investment of 62 million pesos, an airport is planned to be built in Costalegre, which will connect with the airports of Puerto Vallarta and Manzanillo. Recently, with the presentation of the Costalegre Regional Strategic Plan (PERC), businessmen and the government plan to convert this Jalisco destination as “the most important tourism, environmental and social development project in the Mexican Pacific.” When presenting the PERC, and after announcing an investment of more than 2,400 million pesos to be exercised…

17 August, 2021
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With daily flights, the US airline will offer availability for 1,050 passengers per week. As part of its expansion plans to cover the northwestern United States, JetBlue airline announced that as of February 19, 2022, it will begin operating its new daily flights from New York to Puerto Vallarta, which means positive news for this important tourist destination, which continues to increase in its area operations. Puerto Vallarta is ready to receive all visitors to New York and its metropolitan…

22 July, 2021
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This time of year for those who live in Puerto Vallarta, the steamy weather makes us turn to higher altitudes and less heat. Santa Maria del Oro. This is definitely an overnighter, taking over three hours on the northern route to get there. We make it longer by stopping for lunch in one of the small villages we pass on the way, picking up novelties and snacks from roadside stands, and stopping to take photos of the breathtaking views. Mountains,…

05 April, 2021
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You’re going out of town for a few nights, maybe on a small getaway or back to your home country for a holiday or family emergency. You don’t want to bring Fido (Arf!) and Fifi (Meow!), so what do you do? Pet-sitting is just as important as child sitting for most folks whose pets are considered members of the family. So it’s vital the little creatures are looked after in the manner in which they are accustomed. This can be…

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