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April 15, 2014
Rancho El Charro, 12km northeast of downtown Puerto Vallarta, is recommended for its healthy horses and scenic three- to eight-hour trots into the Sierra Madre. Some rides are suitable for kids. Setting it apart from competitors are its multiday tours, including the tempting ‘Overnight Lost in the Jungle Ride’ (US$350). Transportation is offered from the...
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Workplace stress is normal, but too much of it will cost you your productivity. It can also take its toll on your physical and emotional health. It may be true that you cannot control everything in your environment, but it doesn’t mean that you are powerless. Difficult situations are bound to arise; it’s simply a...
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Camila celebrated her first birthday in a blue-and-white striped dress with tulle appliques, playing with her guests in a room decorated with pink balloons, lilacs and Hello Kitty posters. When the cake arrived she barked at the single flickering candle, provoking a similar reaction from the Chihuahuas, French bulldogs and Pomeranians in the room. “We’ve...
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If you were thinking about purchasing tickets to see Mexico in Brazil this summer, it may already be too late. All three of El Tri’s games in the World Cup group stage are sold out, according to a FIFA statement released Tuesday. The only other nation to have sold all their tickets this far out...
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It has been a wet spring so far and if it has you dreaming about vacation, you are not alone. According to kayak.com, Americans are searching out warm and sunny destinations for Memorial Day, and thinking internationally for summer. This year, the trend for Memorial Day is to head south of the border. The number...
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Delta Vacations is offering travel agents more options for booking vacation packages to Mexico with extra nonstop flights from US cities. Extra Delta Air Lines flights are available to Los Cabos departing from Minneapolis/St. Paul, Atlanta and Salt Lake City and from Atlanta and Salt Lake City to Puerto Vallarta. The expanded services begin October...
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Bolivian soccer team Bolivar Monday traveled to Mexico, where it will play Leon Wednesday as part of the Libertadores Cup, coach Xabier Azkargorta said. Bolivar is going into the match strong, having lost no games so far (a tie and a win), but Azkargorta said it would still be a tough match, since the two...
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During an address at the Business School on Monday, former President of Mexico Felipe Calderon argued that although private sector companies are often hesitant to adopt climate change initiatives, minimizing carbon emissions may prove extremely profitable. The conversation, which was titled “Climate Change and Business,” attracted dozens of graduate students from the Business and Kennedy...
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Toluca closed within two points of the top of Mexican Clausura season standings with a 2-1 home win over Leon on Sunday. Leader Cruz Azul was held to a 2-2 home draw by Pachuca on Saturday, while Santos Laguna moved into third – nine points behind the leader – after its 4-3 home win over...
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Skywatchers in the Americas will be able to catch a rare celestial show as Earth’s shadow falls across the Moon on April 15th, visible in Puerto Vallarta starting at 1 AM. The April 15 eclipse will be visible in the Pacific Ocean region, including Australia and New Zealand, as well as North and South America....
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On the occasion of the new direct flights from the UK, two of the most stunning destinations along Mexico’s Pacific Coast joined forces to promote the diversity of one region to the travel trade and press last week. Representatives Rolando Miravete (Managing Director for the Puerto Vallarta CVB) and Richard Zarkin (PR Director of Riviera...
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