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October 17, 2014
The mountains of the Sierra Madre Occidental surround Puerto Vallarta and the Bahia de Banderas, the wide bay that was once a haven for pirates and Spanish explorers and now is a port of call for cruise ships. The hillside jungle surrounding the resort community is home to more than 400 species of birds and...
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The Flyboard was invented by Franky Zapata of Zapata Racing in France. Since the Flyboard was released in 2011, it has had some very fast and exciting growth over the last two years. Now is your chance to fly in Mexico’s beautiful “Bahia de Banderas” in Puerto Vallarta. Book an hour (or half an hour)...
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Don’t worry about searching online for a jet ski tour and rental company or booking an appointment at a tour booth on the sidewalk. Simply go to the nearest beach, Los Muertos Beach being the most popular for water activities, and you’ll see jet ski companies set up, ready and waiting for you. There will...
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The parasailing takes place on the Banderas Bay, as it’s known for its calm seas, which is ideal for such an activity. You can book parasailing through some local tour companies, but it really isn’t necessary. As you stroll down Los Muertos beach, you will see many independent operators that offer parasailing adventures. All of...
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Mexican authorities have captured the suspected leader of the Guerreros Unidos gang, which was allegedly involved with corrupt police in the disappearance of 43 students, officials announced. Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam said on Friday that the arrest of Sidronio Casarrubias would open a “new line of investigation” to find the college students who have...
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Cinemas throughout Mexico on Thursday premiered Mexican director Luis Estrada’s film the “‘Perfect Dictatorship,” a name derived from a quote by author Mario Vargas Llosa to describe Mexico’s political system at a time before the year 2000h that the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) had been ruling the country uninterruptedly for about 70 years. In 2000...
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The Carnival Magic had been waiting off the Mexican coast since Friday morning for its scheduled port visit. Mexican authorities still hadn’t given clearance by noon, so the ship continued to its home port of Galveston, Tex., where it was due back on Sunday, according to Carnival. The health worker, a lab supervisor who has...
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The Romantic Zone has more restaurants and cafes than any other zone in Puerto Vallarta. Here you will find “Restaurant Row” along Basilio Badillo that seemingly spreads around the block and continues down Olas Altas, probably the most famous streets in the Romantic Zone. The Romantic Zone begins that the Isla Cuale and southward to...
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The reality of relying on finite land resources to cope with the endless stream of the dying has brought about creative solutions. One space-saving option is to put graves on top of each other, separated by a concrete divider, and have a shared headstone. This is common among couples and even whole families. A second...
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