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Vallarta Beach Lifestyle News: Flag Meanings

What is a Blue Flag Beach? Rachel Carson, the environmentalist said “In every outthrust headland, in every curving beach, in every grain of sand, there is the story of the earth.” The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) a not-for-profit non-governmental organization, aims to make these stories sustainable and preserved for future generations. In their mission, …

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Vallarta Beach Lifestyle News: What To Buy While Here?

Souvenirs from Puerto Vallarta There’s no reason to be stumped when shopping for souvenirs in Puerto Vallarta; there’s something for everyone. Check out your hometown Starbucks and you’ll find some of the best coffee in the world comes from Mexico. You can pack home a gift for your favorite coffee drinker; whole or ground beans. …

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Vallarta Beach Lifestyle News: Another Worthy Donation

Blood Donations in Puerto Vallarta It’s time to talk about donating blood again. We try to go over this subject occasionally to update those unfamiliar with procedures of donating blood in Puerto Vallarta. All types are needed, though Type O is the most common. Platelets are also in demand, so it doesn’t matter what your …

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Vallarta Beach Lifestyle News: Language Skills

Hablas Inglés? Quite often when a person moves to Puerto Vallarta, they haven’t taken a grasp of the language, other than “cerveza, por favor” and “donde están los baños?” That’s loosely translated as “beer, please” and “where are the bathrooms?” We know about these things, as we were in the same boat misma barca many …

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Vallarta Beach Lifestyle News: Flor De Noche Buena

Flor de Noche Buena Poinsettias are in proliferation in Puerto Vallarta. Everywhere one looks; parks, stores, the airport, lining streets, in private homes, restaurants, hotel lobbies and on and on. You can buy a bundle of them at roadside stands for much less than you are accustomed to NOTB. In Spanish, poinsettias are called Flor …

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Vallarta Beach Lifestyle News: Vallarta At Christmas

Christmas Starts Early in Puerto Vallarta The first twelve days of December in Puerto Vallarta are busy with streets filled with people walking long distance pilgrimages to the church in the center of the city. These walks, sometimes done barefoot, are called peregrinations, which comes from the Latin peregrinari, meaning to travel abroad, invariably with …

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