The INAPAM card, distributed nationwide free of charge, can provide senior citizens with a wealth of benefits and discounts, but is difficult to obtain in Puerto Vallarta. Is it worth your while?
For a change, here is something your VPN service won’t be able to provide here in Puerto Vallarta!
The Mexican-style farmers market or “tianguis” dates back to prehispanic times. Enjoy this quintessentially Mexican experience!
Did you know that Puerto Vallarta’s first craft brewery and brewpub has a second location near Versalles?
41 homosexual men were busted by the police (illegally) in Mexico City on November 18, 1901. Their story is coming to the big screen.
Three spectacular symphonic music performances take place in Guadalajara over the course of one weekend. Who could possibly resist going?
A new event to take place this Saturday, January 11, 2020, at Chico’s Paradise in Puerto Vallarta’s South Shore is an excellent opportunity to get out of town, enjoy the talent of several renowned local bands in a natural setting, and raise awareness about our natural surroundings.
Nestle’s popular Dolce Gusto coffee capsules can be recycled in town!
We tried the new Basilio restaurant at La Comer. Was it worth it? Take a look!
As in seasons past, I’ve been invited to make a presentation later on this month for the Contemplative Sunday group, a group of local anglophones that meet at the Friendship Club on Sundays. In years past, I’ve spoken about music, touching base on the Puerto Vallarta experience. This time around, they had other suggestions and…
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock today, you’ve probably learned that the Sheraton Buganvilias (the name of Puerto Vallarta’s Sheraton) refused a gay couple the opportunity to celebrate their wedding on their premises, suggesting other local properties that are part of the Marriott International Inc. brand (the Westin and the Marriott in Marina Vallarta)….
On the subtle line that separates advertising and editorial content in local publications…