Puerto Vallarta Travel Articles

 
Horseback Through the Sierra Madres – Puerto Vallarta to Talpa de Allende to El Tuito, Mexico
Horseback Through the Sierra Madres – Puerto Vallarta to Talpa de Allende to El Tuito, Mexico A few days' ride might leave John Russell saddlesore, but the landscape's beauty and the hospitality of friends make it all worthwhile.
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Puerto Vallarta Travel Guide – The High Dry (supposedly) Season, January 2001
View up the Cuale From November to May it’s not supposed to rain, well maybe a little sprinkle around Christmas time. The weather this year is unusual. Two weeks ago we had a day or so of heavy rain and this morning at 3am it did it again. Yes, the cat litter box was out […]
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Puerto Vallarta Travel Guide – General Info
History After World War II, several G.I.'s moved down to Vallarta, perhaps to recover from the affects of that engagement. Some set up businesses and some just retired, many to the north bank of the Rio Cuale which came to be known as "Gringo Gulch". Even before John Huston put Vallarta on the map with […]
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The Soul of Puerto Vallarta (1 of 3)
Duane Grandbois remembers well the infectious frie
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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – High Season 1999
For those tough types…get on yer bike. It’s still rainy season here, won’t finish till late October. So it’s still off-season, cheaper for the tourist who doesn’t mind a bit of warm rain. Well, we had a spell where it didn’t rain for 6-7 days, but now it seems to be set in with the […]
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General Info – Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Puerto Vallarta – General Info History After World War II, several G.I.’s moved down to Vallarta, perhaps to recover from the affects of that engagement. Some set up businesses and some just retired, many to the north bank of the Rio Cuale which came to be known as “Gringo Gulch”. Even before John Huston put […]
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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico – Summer 1999
The rains are here. Actually, we had one of wettest Junes in memory, all thanks to ‘La Niña’. But it was nicer than last year. Usually in June, the humidity soars and the thunderheads build up and then… nothing – a hot sticky night. Then, after stuttering a few times, it will settle down to […]
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