Helpful Puerto Vallarta Articles

Vallarta: The Abundance Of Nature Here

Hummingbirds We love the return of the hummingbirds to Puerto Vallarta. They are magical little creatures who begin to appear when they migrate south for the winter. This long journey has taken place for hundreds of years and begins in August from as far away as the Yukon, where sunshine

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Vallarta: Animal Care and Rescue

Don’t Litter with Litters Most visitors know nothing about the pet population in Puerto Vallarta. They are aware of dogs on the beach, cats on the island in the middle of town but what is really surprising is how little the people who live here are aware of the exponential

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Vallarta: The Christmas Holidays In Mexico

We love Christmas in Puerto Vallarta. If you normally go back to your hometown for the holidays, it’s time to make a change and stay in Puerto Vallarta in December. Invite your friends and family to come your way instead. The weather is perfect and there is so much to

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Vallarta: Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving in Puerto Vallarta Thanksgiving in Puerto Vallarta is a relatively new holiday, all things considered. Our first experience celebrating Thanksgiving in Puerto Vallarta was met with a futile search for a turkey. We almost hired someone to hunt a wild bird but it turned into such a complicated process,

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Vallarta: Move Here Today!

Why Move to Puerto Vallarta? In a recent survey of expats in Mexico, we found an array of reasons for people’s decisions to relocate to Puerto Vallarta. In the past several months, the usual list of explanations for making this life-change has grown. We share these points of view not

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Vallarta: Shrimp, Eat Them

Eat Your Shrimp! We eat a lot of shrimp in Puerto Vallarta. Mexican shrimp certainly deserves its high rating as far as global recognition is concerned. Shrimp is a perfect source for so many nutrients and most people are completely unaware how good of a food it really is. The

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Do You Know a Chilango?

Do You Know a Chilango? We’ve met many people in Puerto Vallarta from Mexico City who commonly refer to the city as DF, which stands for Federal District (Distrito Federal). In the current term of President Enríque Peña Nieto, the name Mexico City was officially christened as such, but old habits

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Do You Know a Chilango?

Do You Know a Chilango? We’ve met many people in Puerto Vallarta from Mexico City who commonly refer to the city as DF, which stands for Federal District (Distrito Federal). In the current term of President Enríque Peña Nieto, the name Mexico City was officially christened as such, but old habits

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Do You Know a Chilango?

Do You Know a Chilango? We’ve met many people in Puerto Vallarta from Mexico City who commonly refer to the city as DF, which stands for Federal District (Distrito Federal). In the current term of President Enríque Peña Nieto, the name Mexico City was officially christened as such, but old habits

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Vallarta: What Do You Call A….#2

Do You Know a Chilango? We’ve met many people in Puerto Vallarta from Mexico City who commonly refer to the city as DF, which stands for Federal District (Distrito Federal). In the current term of President Enríque Peña Nieto, the name Mexico City was officially christened as such, but old

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Vallarta: What Do You Call A….

What is a Tapatío? Tapatío is much more than a salsa, which by the way is made and sold in the United States. Though it’s often thought to be a product of Guadalajara, it only represents this gracious city. The tagline “It’s a sauce that’s…very saucy!” is a compliment to

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Vallarta: Do You Uber?

Uber vs. Taxi We have come to the conclusion over the past several months there is no argument regarding whether to take Uber or a taxi. This is completely a personal choice. There are Uber Wars, as some like to refer to the shouting matches that have happened between drivers, especially

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