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April 18, 2014
In the streets of Pitillal, on the morning of Good Friday, the traditional representation of the Passion was performed, the Via Crucis which the Catholic Church has been doing for centuries around the world, in this case it started at the Parish of San Miguel Archangel at 10 AM. Puerto Vallarta is no slouch with...
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This Good Friday, the streets, beaches, and malecon in Puerto Vallarta look crowded, and the Hotel Association knows why, they report this weekend Puerto Vallarta hotels are at 100% occupancy. “We are surpassing last year’s numbers, and not just this holiday period, we have noticed an increase over the last several months compared to last...
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We recommend these five things to do in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico: 1. Visit the historic center. Take a long walk with your family, or partner, along the malecon, look at the many sculptures, sand castles and sand sculptures created almost every day by local artists, view the Huichol figures formed with small stones, and take...
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Recently, the World Bank released statistics revealing, for the first time in history, that by 2016 Latin America’s middle classes will outnumber the region’s poor. For a region that has been marked by exclusion, poverty and inequality this is no small matter. The rise of this arriviste class comes from more than two decades of...
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