Day

January 28, 2015
In Puerto Vallarta’s Boca de Tomates area, a new attraction of crocodile feedings has taken root as an underground adventure in Puerto Vallarta. The guide accepts payments to feed crocodiles and even offers an additional fee to allow tourists to stand on the back of a crocodile for a photo opportunity. Authorities remind tourists that this...
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Sunday, the 22nd of February 2015 will see a Kermes (a neighborhood party to raise funds) from 3:00 until 7:00 pm at the Centro de Fiestas Los Delfines, Luis Echeverria #9, Lo de Marcos, Bahia de Banderas, Nayarit (just east of the town plaza). This is the same location that hosts The Tianguis Lo De...
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The annual “Excelencias Awards” by Spanish travel magazine “Excelencias” presented Puerto Vallarta with an award for what the group called the city’s effort in “Engineering the Tourism Action Plan” carried out by the Puerto Vallarta Convention and Visitors Bureau. The award was received by Enrique Ramos Flores, Secretary of Tourism of Jalisco. In addition to...
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Mexico’s federal transparency body said on Tuesday it had initiated proceedings to impose sanctions on the Mexican unit of Google Inc for possible breach of the country’s data protection law. The Federal Institute for Information Access and Data Protection (IFAI) said it had taken the step following a request from an unidentified person. In a...
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But the spring holiday’s timing — April 5 — is a mixed blessing, they say, and California asparagus acreage may dip below last year’s. Los Angeles-based Progressive Produce began receiving Mexico crop just after Christmas. Hampered at first by cold weather, it’s on the rise, said Don Hessel, general manager, asparagus. “Production has started to...
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The unexpectedly large “closing cost” of $18,000 USD had just dropped into our lap and I wondered what more the condo gods could do to us. Where was Lady Luck when you really, really needed her? We returned to Victoria with our minds whirling. On the plane, I did sums on sick bags to see...
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Popular candidate for Puerto Vallarta Mayor, Juan José Cuevas García (PAN), joined a growing number of people in a promises to reopen the malecón to light vehicle traffic again if he is elected as the next mayor of the city. Cuevas also discussed the possibility of opening the malecón to traffic only during certain hours...
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