Casa Ito & Ita

#526 Aldama, Puerto Vallarta, Pacific Coast, Mexico | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta Puerto Vallarta

A travel blog entry by promovision

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I live and produce video production in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. You can find many of my videos, photos, information, collaboration on the banderasnew com web site or my own promovisionpv. I will be happy to help anyone with any information. You may contact me via any of both ...

The Jewel of the Mexican Riviera

A travel blog entry by forsterb

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... the ship for some inside/outside shot instruction.

Rachael, our instructor runs the Platinum Photography Studio here onboard boat that specializes in high-end black and white portraitures (Deb and I are booked the evening that we’re in P.V. for our session). After that it was a Tequila Education Seminar in the Wheelhouse bar with free samples. Again, we failed to win the bottle of Jose Cuervo but the samples were good.

I’ve pretty much ...

A Seniors Love Triangle

A travel blog entry by tmm

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... with my lifestyle I really don't get to see my own friends and family all that often, so I find I'd rather spend my time and energy enjoying them.

Perhaps I should re-think traveling alone. Haha. Because if you're not open to meet new people, it gets lonely. Even with easily accessible wifi.

So there I was, the anti-social girl sitting alone at the big table, texting a mile a minute, when a gentleman approached me. His white hair was gleaming in ...

Puerto Vallarta

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97

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... on TV while updating my journal. Can't believe I've been here for five night's already and really don't want to leave yet.

PV is a great place – pretty, friendly, perfect weather, laid back locals, a huge selection of bars and restaurants to choose from, and just about everything is comparatively cheap. I can see why so many Americans choose to retire here. As I overheard one guy say to a couple of friends over drinks at a sidewalk cafe one evening: "Why would I live anywhere else?"
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Mollie's lair and flooded streets

A travel blog entry by cedric.brehaut

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... are cheap because they use prisoners as labor. I guess politics are not going to be a common ground for us. We listen patiently – there is no need to judge her for being a conservative. It is somehow entertaining to see the republican fact-bending propaganda served to us on a platter. The real interesting part is that the clichés are sprinkled with real-life experience beyond our reach: “My father installed wind turbines in a ...

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