Year Round Festivals in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

August 23rd, 2017

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Puerto Vallarta, Mexico is a beach resort city on the Pacific Ocean’s Bahia de Banderas. With a year round climate of 70-100 degrees Fahrenheit, beautiful tropical beaches, and activities every season, it’s no wonder that Puerto Vallarta attracts tourists year round. People love Puerto Vallarta for having the activities of a resort town with friendly … Continued

Welcome to my 2016 Round-up! Where did I go? What did I did I do? What did I love? New Countries I was thrilled to be invited to new places in 2016. I went to the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Vatican City and Bonaire for the first time which takes me to 95 countries on the … Continued

Why was I in Galveston Island for the first time? To board my very first Carnival Cruise! I am making history this year trying many new things before I turn 50! After literally sailing for hundreds of weeks, I loved my first ever sailing on a Carnival Fun Ship in the Caribbean on the Carnival Breeze. Enjoy … Continued

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Join me at a Twitter Party on September 8, 2016 for a chance to win your dream trip to Puerto Vallarta! Twitter Party Hosts: Visit Puerto Vallarta: @PuertoVallarta TMS Family Travel: @TMSFamTrav Family Travel Forum: @FamilyTravel4um (Kyle McCarthy) Taking the Kids: @TakingTheKids (Eileen Ogintz) With:  Chris & Rob Taylor: 2 Travel Dads: @2TravelDads Janice Brady: An … Continued

Traveling in Mexico is often an adventure. But in my case, it was getting into Mexico that was the adventure. Or, more specifically getting out of customs. The year was 1984 and I was involved in shooting a series of commercials for Kool Cigarettes. As Exec. Producer of a production company in Hollywood, I had … Continued

On June 4th and 5th, I attended my first ever Scuba Show in Long Beach produced by Mark Young. Imagine over 76,000 square feet of exhibit space, 300+ exhibitors, seminars, clinics, film festival, $40,000 in door prizes and a Saturday night party at the Aquarium of the Pacific with Marina Inserra, Miss California 2014 who … Continued

In honor of the new WSGT Independence Writing Award, we will be interviewing Christine Gilbert, the recent author of Mother Tongue: My Family’s Globe-trotting Quest to Dream in Mandarin, Laugh in Arabic and Sing in Spanish. This journey began after Christine’s Grandfather passed away from severe dementia; she was determined to discover the link between bilingualism … Continued

Off the Sea of Cortez lies a very special place, one that is quite hard to find in a world where once such spots of natural beauty are discovered they quickly become tourist meccas with little peace in site. But Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto just south of Loreto, Mexico along with … Continued