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Monday October 16 2017

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Up-and-Coming Campeche: Beachfront, Colonial and Culture

Imagine being in a small boat, taking a relaxing ride through a long lagoon, surrounded by jungle, past some ancient Mayan ruins. The lagoon widens, then narrows, then widens again. Suddenly you hear a splash behind you. You turn around and look – it's a dolphin! The dolphin jumps again, and follows you as you continue through the lagoon. No...

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Tips for Tipping

Tipping is part of the everyday culture when living in Mexico. This guide will explain when to tip and how much, and why tips – or la propina – are such an important part of Mexican life. In Mexico, the minimum wage is very low and many jobs do not have a salary at all. Workers, especially in the hospitality industries, rely heavily on tip...

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Have You Seen Puerto Vallarta's Green Flashes?

Perhaps you're among those fortunate enough to have witnessed a green flash at the instant the sun sets; however for most, they've only heard of the phenomenon. One such area for viewing the green flashes is Puerto Vallarta, Mexico where, during the "high season" of November through May when the average daily temperature is 73°F with virtually no...

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Golfing in Paradise

Puerto Vallarta is fast becoming one of Mexico’s premier golf destinations. The resort town on Mexico’s Pacific coast is currently home to seven world-class golf courses; all framed by beautiful vistas of the Sierra Madre Mountains and the azure waters of the Pacific Ocean and include jungle-rich layouts. These include two Jack Nicklaus Signatu...

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Puerto Vallarta: Discovering a Natural Paradise

Geography.- Puerto Vallarta encompasses all of Banderas Bay on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Located in the state of Jalisco, well known for the preservation of its authentic Mexican traditions, the Puerto Vallarta area features 40 miles of coastline and a diverse topography, including tropical jungles, rocky river beds, steep mountain sides and...

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Low Priced Luxury: Getting the Best Deal on Getaways

Even if you only live in Mexico part-time, a change of scenery can sometimes do you good. Riviera Nayarit and Costalegre have miles of gorgeous coastline to explore; more than can be done in a day trip. There are quaint coastal towns with shopping, dining, recreational activities, and sleepy hamlets with nothing more to do than beach comb or laze...

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A Colonial Gem in Central Mexico

Some 500 years ago, the Spanish came to the central highlands of Mexico looking for silver and gold. Their settlements grew into bustling towns and cities, some of which still retain their colonial character in present day. Among these cities is the charmingly quaint Guanajuato, which has long attracted discerning tourists who come to Mexico look...

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The Changing Seasons in Baja: Rains bring the Green of the Desert

The rains of Hurricane Jimena will bring the green back to the deserts of Baja Sur. Within days, the thirsty flora of our desert peninsula has began to take on shades of green. Soon the entire desert will be in bloom and a jaunt to the vast open areas of Baja Sur will be well worth a photo-safari. This is late in the season for Baja to receive ...

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Golfing in the Caribbean

Cancun and the Riviera Maya region has overcome Los Cabos with the most rounds played in Mexico and now boasts the most popular golf destination in Mexico. Cancun attracts upwards of seven million visitors a year. To golfers, it offers a couple of vintage courses in and around the main tourism area and a host of new ones along the expanded cor...

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The Riviera Maya Keeps Growing

Easily accessible from many cities in the United States, the eighty-one mile stretch known as the Riviera Maya is situated in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Starting eleven miles south of Cancun International Airport in Puerto Morelos, the Riviera Maya extends to Tulum, one of the most important archeological sites in the Mayan World. The ...

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