When shopping in Puerto Vallarta, one will find few garments as simple and yet elaborate as Huipil, the traditional dress worn by indigenous women of Central and South America. A Nahuatl word, pronounced weep-eel, the length of a Huipil can be everything from a short blouse to a floor length dress. Normally assembled with two … Read more Huipil – Those Beautiful Blouses in Vallarta
There is a saying in Spanish “Tengo un cielo azul, pero pagué por el.” I have the blue sky, but I pay for it. Our North American friend was dismayed when we explained our early rising, in order to be at the Telephone Company in Puerto Vallarta when the doors open. “You have to stand … Read more Blue Skies In Puerto Vallarta
Amigos The concept of friendship is different in Puerto Vallarta than that of the United States and Canada. North Americans might have many friends, through school, fraternal organizations, church, the neighborhood, Facebook. In Mexico, an amigo is someone you are close to and you maintain that relationship, through good and bad times, no matter the … Read more Puerto Vallarta – Friends Around Town
Toronto – Air Canada Rouge will be increasing its capacity in Western Canada by a whopping 242% when it starts flying a Boeing 767 from Vancouver this winter season. As such, passengers will be able to fly non-stop from Vancouver to Cancun on Monday and Thursday, or to Puerto Vallarta on Tuesday and Friday. Plus, … Read more 242% More Flights From Canada to Mexico!