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We never tire of talking about sweets in Puerto Vallarta. We also have no problem ingesting them. Mexican delicacies hold world prominence for a good (and delicious) reason. So much work goes into the creation of sweet offerings and is often the highlight of one’s dining experience. Famous for chocolate, cinnamon and vanilla, many Mexican … Read more More Vallarta Dulces

Puerto Vallarta – The Watermelon

Sandia What a pleasure watermelon is. The color, the sweetness, the crunch, the freshness. We love watermelon. It took us some time to wrap our head around the word sandia, watermelon in Spanish, two words that seem completely unrelated. Instead of buying sandia at the supermarket in Puerto Vallarta, we usually get ours from trucks … Read more Puerto Vallarta – The Watermelon

Vallarta Lifestyles: International Friendship Club

International Friendship Club The IFC, or in Spanish Club Internacional de la Amistad, is a great place to meet people if you’re new in town. For those interested in volunteer work the IFC is an outstanding prospect. The IFC has over one hundred members, who work to fund surgeries and several charities. The IFC Home … Read more Vallarta Lifestyles: International Friendship Club

Hurricane Patricia Update

Hi Boardwalk friends! We had an overwhelmingly nice bunch of emails from many of you when Hurricane Patricia hit land that we thought you might find it interesting to read the story firsthand. The quick version is that no rough weather hit PV at all and in fact the town and the weather are simply … Read more Hurricane Patricia Update

Puerto Vallarta: Cielito Lindo – The Other Mexican Anthem

Cielito Lindo is often referred to as the other Mexican national anthem. When asking for song selections, you might also hear it called Canta y No Llores, which is the refrain of the song; “Sing and don’t cry.” Every Mexican orchestra, mariachi band, trio or single minstrel knows this song and it is often what … Read more Puerto Vallarta: Cielito Lindo – The Other Mexican Anthem

Isla Marietas Paraíso de Nayarit

Isla Marietas Paraíso de Nayarit Beginning in the mid ‘80’s in Puerto Vallarta, we began fishing trips on pangas, which are open boats and dot the shoreline up and down the shores of Puerto Vallarta. Floating around offshore, lines trailing in the water, cooler full of ice water and cold beer, it was a beyond … Read more Isla Marietas Paraíso de Nayarit

Sushi in Puerto Vallarta – Oh So Worth It

Sushi, Please! Recently a friend asked if we knew of a decent restaurant for Japanese food in Puerto Vallarta. This initiated a conversation that went far beyond sushi. Japanese immigrants were originally lumped in with anyone of Asian resemblance as Chino. Japanese initially came as slaves in an era when coffee plantations in Chiapas were … Read more Sushi in Puerto Vallarta – Oh So Worth It