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Monday October 16 2017

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Vallarta Heat: Year Round Living in the Tropics

Many first time visitors to Puerto Vallarta are deterred from spending the summer months in Mexico by overheard complaints of the oppressive heat. This is unfortunate because the rainy season has a special charm unavailable during the cooler winter months. While the humidity and heat can be intense during the day, the rains come in the afternoon...

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Los Cabos Overview

We will begin with an overall introduction of Los Cabos, and follow it in future issues with specific articles that will increase the readers’ knowledge of our unique destination. Baja California Sur is Mexico’s primary neighbor to the Sea of Cortes and is a land full of contrast with its islands, marine life, desert, mountains and huge ar...

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Rocky Point Cruise Ship Update

The Holland America shipping company revealed that within three years, with the construction of a Cruise Ship Home Port, Puerto Peñasco will be taking another step to become a world-class tourist destination. A “home port” is a port of arrival, or rather, the site where cruises begin and end; it is something Mexico had never had up to now. ...

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Ecofriendly Destinations

Ecoturism – “The union between the natural beauties and tourism”. How many times you hear people talking about Mexico? But why do they talk so much about this Country? Because it is wonderful and full of everything you have in mind. All the states of Mexico differ greatly from each other, and Mexico’s unimaginable places, secular tree...

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Golfing at the Port

Mazatlan is at the northern tip of the Mexican Riviera, in the state of Sinaloa. At one time, while many other areas in Mexico grew and prospered, Mazatlan had only a limited number of developments and branded hotels. The city has awakened from a period of a standstill or neutral tourism growth. Downtown has seen a renaissance of some sort with ...

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Mazatlan: Capital of Sun, Sand and Culture

Come and pamper yourself in Mazatlan, one of the leading beach resorts in the Mexican Riviera. Some of the city’s marvels include one of the most beautiful historical centers in Mexico and a major international cruise ship terminal. The port also holds one of the world’s top carnivals where residents and visitors celebrate life listening to t...

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Frank's Restaurant

There is no better adventure than going on vacation to a totally unknown destination and instantly fall in love with its people, culture, climate, and exquisite cuisine. This is what happened to Frank Aiello, an immigrant from Canada, who began living in Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo in 2000. After living here for awhile, he came up with a restaurant ide...

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Ixtapa Zihuatanejo: Twice as Pleasing

Two distinctly different yet neighboring places on the Mexican Pacific. A destination with identity, with a past and with memory, where there is always something new to be discovered, where smells and tastes transport one, where a soft, warm breeze makes every walk an absolute delight, where the smiles of the people make you come back. Zih...

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Hole in One: Golf in Rocky Point

The sea of Cortez is a vast water way separating the Baja peninsula from mainland Mexico. It contains some of the most unique plants and sea life in the world, and is the closest experience to the life on display in the Galapagos Island without having to travel to the equator. Along its coastline, stretching over 2,000 miles, are flawless sandy b...

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A Unique Paradise: Puerto Peñasco

Its entire northern frontier borders with the United States, running the length of Arizona and along part of western New Mexico. The resort zone, known as Rocky Point, resembles the Cancun of 20 years ago, especially the way the line of towers stretch several miles west of the city. The economic model in Peñasco differs significantly from Can...

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