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Casa Valerie

Casa Valerie is one of the original villas in Mismaloya, on the south shore of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The villa has 9 bedrooms, 9.5 bathrooms, and over 10,000 square feet. It sleeps 22+ in 11 king size beds.

June 6th election

Elections are nothing new. Records show they were present in ancient Greece and Rome. The process was an essential part of various cultures throughout the world and evolved with time. Choosing who will represent the interest of the inhabitants of a country is the right of most citizens across the globe.  Here in Mexico, this…

2021 Optimist North American Championship

May 31st through June 4th the Banderas Bay will play host to the 2021 Optimist North American Championship (OPTINAM). The event is a youth sailing competition at the international level, with 113 children from 12 countries competing. OPTINAM 2021 Optimist is a class of small sailboat/dinghy specifically designed for children ages 7-15, and it’s the…

Puerto Vallarta Gay Pride

The paradisiac city of Puerto Vallarta will add rainbow colors to its tropical scenery this upcoming week to celebrate Gay Pride. The luscious variety found in Vallarta does not only include flora and fauna, but it also extends to its inhabitants.  Puerto Vallarta holds a mixture of people from all walks of life, ethnicity, nationalities,…

Rainy Season in Puerto Vallarta

The rainy season in Puerto Vallarta is approximately June 15 – October 15. Early this morning (May 14) at about 5:30am we had our first significant rain of the season which lasted about 15 minutes. It’s not much, but it’s the first measurable rain we’ve had in quite some time, as we are reaching the…

Spring in Puerto Vallarta

Spring is the most awaited season of the year. We look forward to the end of the winter slumber and are ready to welcome the new season with open arms. The beginning of spring is marked and celebrated over the world by many cultures in various ways.  In India, the Holi festival or festival of…

Día del niño, April 30 th

After mother’s and father’s day, the Dia del Niño (Children’s Day) is one of the most celebrated holidays in Mexico. The focus of this day is to create awareness among parents, teachers, the government, and all members of society about the importance of protecting children and providing a safe and optimal environment for their development.…

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