July is here!… Saturday 13 to Friday 19

Welcome to our current Online Version of PVMirror published by Harvest Estudio.  Please remember that our July Articles are indexed below. If you are interested in advertise with us in our Online Version, please click here. If you want to read about Puerto Vallata Local News this Week (June Saturday 13 to July Friday 19)  please visit our Printed Version City Paper Website.

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Please remember that if you want to join in and share information, stories or photos of Costa Alegre, Puerto Vallarta, Banderas Bay and/or Riviera Nayarit, Mexico, please email them to: publisher@pvmirror.com Many thanks and God bless you.


* The PVMirror Art Gallery ©:
dante_homeSummer Sale at Galleria Dante! – In the fall of 2013, we are expanding! Due to construction, our artists are temporarily offering discounts on their works. In our Estate Sale, we have works by Patrick Denoun, Federico Leon de la Vega, Alejandro Colunga, Rafael Coronel, Alejandro Mondria, Meg Munro, Vea Xiradakis and others.  Sale ends October 31st, 2013. Read more [New!]

* Painter Adventures ©:

painter_homeToy Boat – There is a park in México City called “De los Espejos” (Park of the Mirrors). Many dreams of mine were formed there which later shaped my present life style. This beautiful park is in the fashionable Polanco, near Reforma Avenue and Maximilian’s Castle. It has many trees, an outdoors auditorium, a large aviary, a skating ring and two large “U” shaped ponds for model boatingRead more


colibri_homeThe Dance Masks of The Tastoanes – With their frightening spider and snake covered masks, and savage garb, the Tastoan dancers commemorate the Battle of Tonalá every year on July 25, the feast day of Santiago (St.James). The Indian revolt occurred in 1541, shortly after the Spanish, led by Nuño Beltrán de Guzmán, conquered and occupied the old kingdom of the TonaltecasRead more

patti_homeSmall Water Features for DIY Projects – Large vessels make focal points for fountain features. Large containers or bored stone boulders are perfect sculptural elements for the glistening appearance of running water, the gentle sounds and refreshing effectsRead more by Patti Says

* Wedding Destination Column:

vallartawedding_homeDiscovering Wedding Paradise in Mexico! – Part One – Everyone knows planning and carrying out a wedding is a difficult job to accomplish. Moreover when the groom and bride have a specific, preconceived idea or wedding dream they wish. Thousands of testimonials show that beyond ceremony and celebration, the location and setting will, in most cases, make the differenceRead more

jaltembaarugula_homeWatermelon, Arugula & Feta Salad – This salad is wonderfully refreshing, light and unexpectedly delicious, just as a summer salad should be. After looking online for hours, and making two trial versions (one with mint and one with basil), I decided that both herbs are equally good… so you decide which is your favorite, or use them both. Read more by Allyson Williams [New!]

jaltembarob_homeRob’s Ramblings: Don’t Forget Property Taxes! – Many folks from up-north will be paying their property tax bills over the next few weeks. In one Canadian community, the city council is dealing with double-digit tax increases to recover from the loss of a major employer/tax cash-cow. Read more by Rob Erickson [New!]

jaltembacharcol_homeAn Adventure to Find the Charcoal OvensIt was a bright and beautiful morning. I bounced out of bed with the excitement of the day that laid before me. I had been invited by Tom Plattenberger to go on an ADVENTURE, and knowing how he loves to drive up into the mountains and seek out new and different things here in this beloved country… I WAS READY! Read more by Sarah Walker [New!]

jaltemba_homeJaltemba Bay: Venture off the beaten path of Mexico’s Pacific Coast– Jaltemba Bay is made up of three small and colorful towns – Rincón de Guayabitos, La Peñita and Los Ayala. It is located 40 miles north of Puerto Vallarta in the heart of the beautiful Riviera Nayarit, which stretches nearly 200 miles along Mexico’s spectacular Pacific coast and includes Nuevo Vallarta, Bucerias, La Cruz, Punta Mita, Sayulita and many other small towns worth exploringRead more by Allyson Williams


* Exploring The South Column ©:

south_homeSummertime in the Mayto area – Mayto and the surrounding areas are making the transition to summer.  The seasonal tourists from Puerto Vallarta have headed back to their summer homes and the last signs of seasonal visitors are disappearing.  It is quiet and a good time to visit.  It has been a very dry season, so the first rains will be welcomed. Read more

title-localnews* The PVMirror City Paper Weekly Edition:

247-citypaperFor Local News, please visit: http://www.pvmcitypaper.com/ our Weekly PVMirror City Paper Printed Version. Or if you prefer, please click here to visit This Week (Saturday 13 to Friday 19) edition . Welcome to Puerto Vallarta!


* Birds of Puerto Vallarta ©:

birds_homeOrange-fronted Parakeet (Aratinga canicularis) – After visiting Puerto Vallarta, you will inevitably carry home a memory of a night Boardwalk stroll, or a gorgeous sunset over the Bay, possibly also a photo of the Church of Guadalupe or Los Arcos Islands. Unless you spent your vacation indoors, you will have seen and heard a noisy green cloud of fast flying darts, dodging tree crowns of trees in the tropical forest you visitedRead more

* Fishing Report Column ©:

fishing_homeFishing High Season Explodes in July in Our World Famous Fishing Grounds– With the 4th of July Weekend, summer officially begins in America. Canadians celebrate Canada Day on the 1st of July and most of the Canadian owned restaurants and bars have special meals and drink specials for this day. We also see the return of World Class Fishing the world of professional Sportfishing covetsRead more

* Gardening in Paradise

butterfly_homeButterfly bush – Many plants in our landscape attract butterflies. Here we are going to explore Buddleja davidii, otherwise known as Butterfly Bush. There are over 100 species of Buddleja. A few of them are considered trees. Some are evergreen and some are deciduous. Butterfly bush is one of the most attractive plants to butterfliesRead more

* Natural Encounter

arcos_homeLos Arcos – In the beginning, before there were any settlements here, when this place now known as Puerto Vallarta was only a mule-convoy stopover for the transfer of goods among the region’s hamlets, this place was referred to as Las Peñas. Las Peñas, The Rocks, refer to the rock formations right next to the lush cove of Mismaloya BeachRead more


* Viewpoint Column ©:

viewpoint_homeSan Sebastian, Jalisco – A Welcome Mountain Retreat from the Puerto Vallarta Summer – San Sebastian was founded 500 years ago by five families from Spain. Mining silver was their main objective and they and the town prospered.  Now- yellowed photos in the tiny museum show photos of children wearing lace clothes suitable for any royal court in Europe at the timeRead more

Great News!… now you can list your property for sale on our Real Estate By-Onwer.Affordable and it runs until you sell. Contact us at: advertisepvmirror@ymail.com



The beautiful Tabachin tree ● Photo by Harvest Estudio


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