As in the phrase “Move along, folks, nothing to see here…” we have found the events of last week somewhat inflated. Puerto Vallarta hosts the North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) this year, as the city plays host to their annual conference from May 4-9, 2015. Attendees will observe a city brimming with exciting and … Read morePuerto Vallarta: Moving Along
Talavera is normally three times more costly than other types of ceramic crafted in Mexico. What makes it so valuable is something we set out to discover when our friends visiting Puerto Vallarta inquired about this pricier pottery. Though Talavera was originally brought to Mexico from Spain by several key potters, chiefly among them Diego … Read morePuerto Vallarta: And Talavera
Just the phrase “driving in Mexico” can begin an endless discussion of passions and strong opinions. The sign Curva Peligrosa, posted on dangerous curves, sounds more like a tropical plant description or the name of a raging dance club. However, the toll roads leading to Puerto Vallarta are well marked; obeying speed limits, observing tope … Read morePuerto Vallarta: Curva Peligrosa
Like most people, I go to banks when I have to, wait in lines longer than I want to and generally don’t have too much positive to say about the experience. Sort of a necessary thing but I just try to “get in, get out, nobody gets hurt” as Bonnie and Clyde might have said … Read morePuerto Vallarta Real Estate tip: What to do with US checks in Puerto Vallarta?
Mexico is a popular vacation destination, but it is also one of the most attractive places for expatriates from the United States, South America, Canada and even from across the globe. With it’s warm climate and rich culture, Mexico is being discovered as a great place to work and play. Moving to Mexico is something … Read moreMoving to Puerto Vallarta
Puerto Vallarata is a city in Mexico that is situated on the west coast, right on Banderas Bay. South of the Gulf of California, it’s proximity to the United States, in addition to it’s urban development makes it a great place to live. For some, it’s a retirement destination. For others, it’s blooming business climate … Read moreCost of Living Advantages in Puerto Vallarta
911 Comes to Puerto Vallarta For many years we were taught to dial 066 in Puerto Vallarta for an emergency and though, thankfully, we haven’t put it to much use, we will soon be able to revert to the ubiquitous 911 that is being adopted, slowly but surely, for more global usage. Getting the world … Read morePuerto Vallarta 911 is Coming To Town
Boardwalk Realty Blog — Mosquito Season Here comes the rain again in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. This is a wonderful time of year because the downpours clean the landscape and makes everything green again. Everyone is enjoying the cooler evenings. Okay, maybe the loud claps of thunder during the wee hours of the morning isn’t great. … Read morePuerto Vallarta – Moquito Season?
We laid off sugar a few years back and have been very happy about the switch to honey. Local honey in Puerto Vallarta can be purchased on the streets and we often buy from the same grumpy old man who caters to those walking up and down Basilio Badillo. When we run out of our … Read moreHoney or Sugar? Puerto Vallarta
“Margarita: It’s more than a girl’s name”–Jose Cuervo slogan – 1945 Countless bartenders, socialites and hotel owners have laid claim to the invention of the cocktail known as the Margarita, including the commercial manufacturer Jose Cuervo, who in the mid-forties maintained it was named for a Mexican showgirl named Rita de la Rosa.That, we suspect, was nothing … Read moreThe Margaritas In Puerto Vallarta