At times it is said that paradise is a state of mind.But when you visit Puerto Vallarta, you come to realize that it can also be a place.Puerto Vallarta is a world renowned resort city which is located on the Bay of Banderas in the Pacific Ocean.It has been named after a former Governor of Jalisco, Ignacio Vallarta.It is called Vallarta in Spanish and the English speaking population prefers to shorten it to PV.
The climate in this resort city is typically tropical and wet & dry.During the months of July to September, there is high humidity in the air… Continue reading
Guess what is happening on the 20th Of June this year? I’m sure most of you don’t know but the most exciting event is coming up in the history of Puerto Vallarta. On Saturday night at 8.00 p.m. Puerto Vallarta’s famous Malecón would be the place to be. The Jalisco Secretary of Tourism is presenting “Jalisco en Vivo 2009” which is an absolutely free concert featuring the world’s best, most renowned as well as award winning artists such as Alejandro Fernández, Gloria Estefan, Enrique Iglesias, Joan Sebastian, Raúl di Blasio, Aleks Syntek, Luis Fonsi, León Polar, Gianmarco, David Bisbal, Noel,… Continue reading
There is no doubt in the fact that every one loves sports. The sport could range from Volley Ball to Tennis but every individual strains to be part of its extravaganza. Boxing is another sport that people love to watch. Boxing has come a long way. Moreover boxers have instilled a rejuvenating spirit amongst all of us by giving us legends like Mohammed Ali and Mate Parlov. These legends have become a part of our lives. And when creating history is the agenda, how do you suppose that vigorous and full of life Puerto Vallarta will stay behind?
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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (PRWEB) January 23, 2007
Students will have new opportunities for studying abroad this spring at a soccer training and Spanish language camp in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The camp owners, Joseph Bilotta and Corey Zimmerman, hope to broaden students’ world view while providing internationally competitive soccer training and full-immersion language and cultural lessons.
“I wanted to get involved with EduKick because I know that team travel abroad has a tremendous positive influence on young people,” said Zimmerman. “It helps them realize their full potential. They see themselves as part of something bigger, they appreciate things more and… Continue reading