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Puerto Vallarta Christmas
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Christmas in Puerto Vallarta has a wide variety of traditions and customs, among which can be noted various family parties such as Posadas and Three Kings Day, as well as the typical dishes of tamales and sweets. Puerto Vallarta is highly acclaimed at this time of year with the streets dressed in colors and joy...
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puerto vallarta christmas
With over 250 miles of crystal waters and shimmering shores, Puerto Vallarta & Riviera Nayarit offer no shortage of breathtaking beaches, no matter the time of year. Add in average temperatures of 23°C in December, and you have all the right ingredients for a bright season full of winter sun and Christmas cheer. In southeast...
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The Christmas season in Puerto Vallarta is full of fun, food, and traditions that begin on December 1 with the pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe  and continued until January 6 with Los Reyes Magos. In Puerto Vallarta the pilgrimage to the Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe in centro should not be missed, every...
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Kicking off the new season at The Palm is the second installment of the ‘Greater Tuna’ series, ‘A Tuna Christmas’. Penned by the same writers as ‘Greater Tuna’, ‘A Tuna Christmas’, is the much-anticipated ‘yuletide’ themed sequel to last season’s sleeper comedy hit. Packed with your favorite ‘Tuna’ characters played by only two actors, Tracy...
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So here we were, my wife, two children (Olivia and James) and a seething me at Christmas 2011, and still not in our condo. We had been deserted by our realtor due to a inconvenient breakdown, the developer was nowhere to be found and the ten Pepes who were working for the CFE (electrical company)...
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Ryan takes you along on Christmas day on the beaches of Puerto Vallarta with a first stop at Coco’s Kitchen in Old Town for breakfast.
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Ryan takes you around Puerto Vallarta for a day of giving back for the holiday season. Armed with homemade doggie treats and toys for kids, Pause the Moment, brings a little holiday cheer to the two and four legged friends in Puerto Vallarta. What a great way to spend Christmas!
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Dear Santa, I’ve been a good mom all year. I’ve fed, cleaned and cuddled my two children on demand, visited the doctor’s office more than my doctor, sold sixty-two cases of candy bars to raise money to plant a shade tree on the school playground and figured out how to attach nine patches onto my...
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Mexico is predominantly a Catholic country and Christmas revolves around the birth of Jesus, El Niño Jesús, much more than the tradition of Santa Clause and Christmas trees. While larger cities and areas popular with foreigners take on many characteristics of Christmas in the United States and Canada, the majority of Mexico celebrates in a...
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Did you know that for the price of a turkey or a bottle of sparkling wine you can give the gift that could pay for a large sack of animal kibble, pay for a needed vaccination or cover the cost of a neuter? This year you can give the gift of life to an animal...
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The city of Puerto Vallarta has announced “Operation Safe Christmas”, an initiative by the City Government, Civil Protection, and Puerto Vallarta Police to ensure a safe holiday season in Puerto Vallarta for visitors and residents. The initiative puts 360 units on duty during the holiday season, which is expected to be busier than normal with...
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It’s never too early to turn one’s thoughts to the joys of Christmas gift-giving! Toys for Tots Puerto Vallarta is pleased to announce the 15th consecutive year of fund raising to purchase toys for local needy children on Three Kings Day, the traditional gift-giving day in Mexico. We’ve averaged more than 8,000 toys/year over the...
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January 6th is Three Kings Day in Mexico, known as the Día de Reyes. This is Epiphany on the church calendar, the 12th day after Christmas, when the Magi arrived bearing gifts for baby Jesus. In Mexico children receive gifts on this day, brought by the three kings, los Reyes Magos, Melchor, Gaspar, and Baltazar....
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