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December 26, 2014
The nations Consumer Protection Agency in Mexico fined 25 reported businesses over the holidays and closed eight found in violation of Mexico’s consumer laws. Businesses closed are temporary until the business proves its violations have been corrected. Hotel, bars, and supermarkets were among the top violators that were fined for displaying prices in a foreign...
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Coming off of the nine-day celebration of Las Posadas where Mary and Joseph were in search of an Inn and finally were welcomed, you might not be so lucky this New Year’s Eve. The Hotel Association reports Puerto Vallarta hotels are at 100% occupancy and finding a hotel to ring in the New Year might...
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The river rippled calmly in front of us, but we could hear the thunder of the rapids ahead. “Everybody dowwwn!” our guide bellowed in his thick accent, a command to pull our paddles from the water and crouch onto the floor of our rubber raft. No way we would stay upright on these rapids, I...
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The plan would compensate fishermen for stopping the use of nets that often sweep up the tiny porpoises along with their catch. Recent reports suggest there are fewer than 100 of the shy, elusive porpoises left in the Sea of Cortez, which is also known as the Gulf of California. The gulf is the only...
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If you haven’t noticed, there are a lot of yellow and red underwear displays popping up in some retail clothing stores around town. Don’t worry, it’s not just a Puerto Vallarta underwear fetish, it’s actually a New Year’s Eve tradition in Mexico. Those who choose to wear red underwear on New Year’s Eve are believed...
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