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MEXICO IS BEAUTIFUL – SAYULITA, PUERTO VALLARTA & GUADALAJARA

I hope you guys enjoyed this video – I love all the amazing architecture as well as the natural beauty that makes Mexico such a beautiful place to be. Hopefully I encouraged you to get out there and enjoy it as much as I did, or possibly even more!

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Until next time, welcome to the journey.

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Old Town Puerto Vallarta Versus Marina Vallarta: Which is Better? // Life in Puerto Vallarta Vlog

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Yesterday we headed over to Marina Vallarta to explore the area and try a new place to eat. If you’re curious as to what the Marina area looks like, just check out our video:

So which is better?

So which one is better? That’s a really tough comparison. As usual with our comparison videos, we don’t believe either one is “better” overall, they are just different. However, they each have their own unique atmosphere that may suit you better depending on what you’re looking for.

If you are coming to Mexico for the first time, or if you just want to really get a feel for what Puerto Vallarta and Mexican culture is like, we suggest Old Town.

If you aren’t a big beach person and you don’t necessarily care to be in a downtown area, or just don’t want to be in the middle of all of the action, Marina Vallarta may be a better fit. Marina Vallarta is a little more expensive in terms of shopping and eating out, but I would imagine that to be the case in marinas across the globe.

In our opinion (we are wrong sometimes), Old Town feels a lot more lively and active and Marina Vallarta, though it has plenty of bars and restaurants, feels like it is suited to a much quieter crowd.

Now that we have spent plenty of time in Puerto Vallarta we can appreciate going to Marina Vallarta and getting a feel for what it is like. I could easily see us living in an area like when we are older and if we had a car that allowed us to more easily get around the city (I know, I know, the buses and taxis run there too).

Hopefully this gave you a little insight into which area of Puerto Vallarta may be better for you. There is no one part that is the BEST, it just #really depends on what you are looking for.

If this didn’t answer any questions you had, check out the video above at the 11:41 mark. If that still doesn’t do it for you, feel free to shoot us an email at [email protected]

Where Did We Eat

Ah, you just wanted to know where we ate. I don’t blame you!

We had dinner at La Terraza Di Roma. The food was excellent, the service was exceptional, and the views were impeccable.

Greg ordered the lasagna and Hillary ordered the four cheese pasta. We would both recommend ordering those dishes again. However, the pizza smelled SO good that we might consider ordering a pizza next time just based on those smells!

The dinner cost 330 pesos before tip.

For dessert we went to La Federal Vallarta. We highly suggest ordering the Flaming Crepes (I don’t think that’s the actual name, but there is only one crepe dish on the dessert menu so you can’t miss it). We have had a lot of crepes, but that one may have been one of the best we have ever had.

Two desserts cost us just under 200 pesos. Well worth it.

If you are in the Marina area and you want to grab dessert, sip on a nice drink, catch a soccer game, or all three, we highly recommend visiting La Federal Vallarta!

Hopefully this information was helpful to you in some way. If it was, leave a comment below and let us know who you are! We love connecting with people:)

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THE BEST SNORKELING IN PUERTO VALLARTA // Life in Puerto Vallarta Vlog

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This blog post accompanies our Youtube video by the same title. These vlogs document our daily life here in Puerto Vallarta. For more information on great things to do in town, check out this post!

Today, we went snorkeling at Los Arcos, enjoyed the beach at Mismaloya, took a (glorious) nap, and explored the Malecon. Below we have detailed all of the information to easily explore and snorkel the Los Arcos rocks near Mismaloya! As always, if you have any questions or need any additional information, shoot us an email at [email protected]

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⇒How to Get There

Catch the orange bus that is just outside the Oxxo on the corner of Baslio Badillo and Constitucion. Ride the bus to Mismaloya, about a 20-30 minute ride depending on how many stops the bus makes along the way. Note: simply tell the bus driver as you are getting ON the bus that you would like to get off at Mismaloya. The stop is hard to miss as it is one of the more popular/busiest stops, but a heads up to the driver will ensure he/she will let you know when you are there.

⇒Finding a Snorkel Charter

As you exit the bus, walk down a winding road directly to the left of the big hotel, Barceló. Along that road, you will come across a dive shop on the left, Mismaloya Adventures. We have snorkeled with this company a few times and have been really happy. Note: you are able to customize your snorkeling/boating experience how you like. This is the bonus of booking a private trip vs. a shore excursion with other people. We requested one hour of boat time-30 minutes of snorkeling and 30 minutes of riding the boat around the rocks and along the shoreline.20170715_104234

⇒The Cost

The cost is negotiable. We paid $1,000 pesos (about $58 USD) for four people on the boat, only two snorkelers, and one hour of boat time total. We tipped $200 pesos at the end of our trip. The boat captain did a great job and made sure we all had a great time. The price may differ depending on demand, time of year, etc.

⇒The Beach at Mismaloya

After snorkeling and exploring the coastline, we highly recommend spending some time at the beach at Mismaloya. With no waves, the water is pristine and calm. There is only one hotel on the shoreline, so it is typically not as crowded as other beaches in town. There are a few restaurants for when you get hungry (or need a margarita). Note: There is a river flowing into the ocean which offers ice cold, fresh water. This is great for rinsing off salt water before heading home!20170715_105028

⇒Getting Back to Town

This part is a breeze. Simply walk back up the winding road you walked down to get to the beach, and cross the street. Directly across the street is a covered bus stop. Catch the orange bus that says “Centro, Mismaloya, Boca” back to the Oxxo where you started your snorkeling journey. Enjoy your day!

HELICOPTERO DE LA MARINA CAPTA LANCHA DE HUACHICOLEROS EN PUERTO VALLARTA VIDEO 2017

La Secretaría de Marina capta desde un helicóptero, en Puerto Vallarta, a una lancha que transportaba 91 bidones con 4 mil 500 litros de gasolina

How Do Pharmacies in Mexico Work? // Life in Puerto Vallarta Vlog

Tomorrow’s Vlog we will interview a doctor in Puerto Vallarta and go more in depth about health care costs!

BONUS FOOTAGE: 8:47

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In today’s episode I go to two pharmacies in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to learn more about how prescription drugs work.

What Did I Learn?

I learned that you can buy A LOT of things over the counter in Mexico. Xanax, Viagra, Valium, steroids, and much more.

Now, some of those may be the generic brand of the drug, but the process to get them is still much easier than in the United States.

Here are the prices that I was able to write down:

Valium- 220 pesos, 12.54 USD

Xanax- 540 pesos, 30.79 USD

Cialus- 1500 pesos 85.53 USD

Claritan D 10 pack- 163 pesos, 9.29 USD

Sostenon- 420 pesos, 23.95 USD

Deca (1 month supply) – 681 pesos, 38.83 USD

So what can’t you buy from the pharmacies?

You can’t buy any sleeping pills or more serious pain killers. It was indicated that those are regulated pretty heavily, but I believe the process to go to the doctor to get a prescription is pretty simple and straightforward. Also, you can’t get any antibiotics over the counter. Those need a prescription as well.

In tomorrow’s vlog we are going to speak to a doctor and learn more about what the healthcare system is like in Mexico, how much it costs to see a doctor, and what wait times are like!

Here are the addresses of the two locations that I visited in the video:

Olas Altas 385, Emiliano Zapata, 48380 Puerto Vallarta, Jal.

Basilio Badillo 216-2, Emiliano Zapata, 48380 Puerto Vallarta, Jal.

The second address is to a store right next door.

Where is that restaurant that you showed in the bonus footage?

Cafe 412 Tacos Y Mas

Balacera en Puerto Vallarta

Reporte Jalisco, Comprometidos con la Verdad.

Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta 2017!! Last summer we went to Hawaii, and this summer we went to Puerto Vallarta! I am so excited and so eager to tell everyone where we are going next summer, but you’ll just have to wait to find out!

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Seinabo Sey – Younger (Kygo Remix):

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THE BEST RESTAURANT IN PUERTO VALLARTA? // Life in Puerto Vallarta Vlog

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Hey there! We are Greg and Hillary – a husband and wife team that loves traveling, going on adventures, and helping others do the same! Although we love traveling, at this point in time, we still have full time 9-5 jobs in Dallas, Texas.
In August of 2016, we packed up our things, Greg quit his job, and we moved to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico!

In today’s Puerto Vallarta Vlog we talk about one of our favorite things about living in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and we go to quite possibly the best restaurant in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Where Did We Eat?

After one of our viewers told us about Tony’s Please several times, we had to give it a shot. Our expectations were that it would be good, but not great. Although, I am not sure why that our expectations were so low, every restaurant in Vallarta is excellent. Our meal started with some bread, butter, and a small salad.

That was when we knew we were in for a treat! The bread and butter were out of this world good. I know that seems silly, but I could have eaten 3 or 4 loafs of that bread!

Next came our main entree. I ordered the chicken parmesan, which was more like parmesan breaded chicken, and Hillary ordered the chicken crepes. After one bite into my juicy chicken I knew that we would be frequent visitors of Tony’s Please. The chicken was breaded to perfectly, cooked perfectly, and even the side of pasta and vegetables were amazing.

Hillary’s chicken crepes were similar to chicken enchiladas, except instead of tortillas, the chicken was wrapped in a crepe and smothered with cheese and a delicious red sauce.

Not only was the food amazing, but the service, location, and prices were excellent as well. It felt as if many of the diners knew one another and had been frequenting Tony’s Please for many years.

Words can’t describe how much we enjoyed Tony’s Please.

Hopefully our video does it better justice, so be sure to check that out above!

48380, Lázaro Cárdenas 440, Emiliano Zapata, 48380 Puerto Vallarta, Jal.

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Mi viaje a Puerto Vallarta

Hola, les quiero compartir mi video de mi viaje a Puerto Vallarta, estaba de vacaciones pero siempre los tengo en mi mente, y por eso quiero compartirles un porquito de mi viaje.

Mismaloya, que hacer cerca de Puerto Vallarta

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aloiAKenE14

Mismaloya es una playa que no te puedes perder cuando viajes a Puerto Vallarta. El color y tranquilidad de su agua te va a enamorar, sigue leyendo la descripción del video para encontrar más información y tips acerca de Mismaloya.

*Qué hacer en Mismaloya

-Camino a Mismaloya puedes hacer una parada en el Mirador en el que podrás apreciar un poco más de cerca el Parque Nacional Los Arcos, y si es en el atardecer mucho mejor pues la vista es increíble. También puedes hacer otra escala en las Playas Gemelas y disfrutar un rato.

Esta playa es de aguas tranquilas y cristalinas, donde niños y adultos se la pasan muy bien durante todo el tiempo que estén aquí.

-Paseo en lancha a Los Arcos:

Una vez que llegues a la playa de Mismaloya podrás tomar un tour en lancha hacia Los Arcos, nosotros te recomendamos tomarlo con Pedro o Peter, su lancha se llama “Oceana” para que lo ubiques más fácilmente. Tiene un costo de $500 pesos la hora y durante el recorrido te lleva para observar desde el mar el set de la película “La Noche de la Iguana”, después hacia los Arcos y ahí podrás bajar a nadar con miles de peces de colores y nadar en medio de los arcos. Es una bonita experiencia que te recomendamos mucho.

-Paddle Board al amanecer:

Es un deporte acuático bastante sencillo y divertido, es ir parado en una tabla remando y disfrutando de las maravillas del mar. Este tour lo puedes contratar en Paddle Zone, que se encuentra al final de la playa. Tiene una duración de 3 horas con una clase previa para que sepas cómo hacerlo y los conocimientos básicos. Alberto nos explicó bastante bien, nos acompañó y eso nos dio mucha confianza. También ofrecen el mismo tour pero por la noche de luna llena, sales poquito antes del atardecer y regresas cuando ya está oscuro. Si deseas saber más te dejamos su página de Facebook para que los contactes: http://bit.ly/2tfvMk9

*Dónde hospedarse en Mismaloya

-Nos hospedamos en el Hotel Casa Iguana que se encuentra en Mismaloya y su ubicación es excelente pues no tendrás que gastar en transporte por la cercanía que tiene a la playa.

Cuenta con todos los servicios para que tu estancia sea placentera como wifi, aire acondicionado, baño privado, t.v., alberca y restaurante. Además es petfriendly y cuenta con habitaciones accesibles para sillas de ruedas. Si deseas hospedarte aquí da click en el enlace para hacer tu reservación: http://bit.ly/2tfvwS2

Para más información acerca de Mismaloya te compartimos nuestro blog http://www.viajefest.com/mismaloya

*Dónde comer en Mismaloya

El Restaurante Teo’s es un excelente opción para comer cuando estés en la playa. También tienen camastros con sombrillas por si prefieres estar a la orilla del mar. Para reconocerlo es muy fácil es el único con palpa y mirador, camina hasta el final de la bahía y poquito antes de llegar a Paddle Zone encontrarás el restaurante. Los precios son accesibles y procura llevar efectivo porque no aceptan tarjetas de crédito ni de débito.

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