February… Love Month!

Welcome to our current PVMirror Blog published by Harvest Estudio.  Please remember that our February Articles are indexed below. If you are interested in advertising with us in our Blog, please click here. If you want to read about Puerto Vallata Local News this Week (Saturday 01 to Friday 07)  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.


valentin-homeHappy Valentine’s DayValentine’s Day is a special day set aside to honor “love”, a time to celebrate “romantic love”. So as the 14th of February approaches, we plan to find that right card, order those flowers, choose an item of jewelry, or make reservations for that special candlelit dinner in one of Vallarta’s most romantic spots. Read more

* The PVMirror Art Gallery Guide ©:
dante-home Edgar Martinez & Cherie Sibley open at Galleria DanteEdgar Martinez, born in Toluca, Mexico, came to Vallarta at the age of 6. Although Edgar feels deeply inspired and influenced by the great masters, he has worked diligently to create his own style. Cherie´s focus over the last few years has turned to Water Birds in their natural environment. Her sensitivity to their habits and relationship with the water that supports them is captured profoundly in her paintings. Read more


colibri-homeHow We found Puerto Vallarta in a Changing WorldWell, my wife and I have landed in Puerto Vallarta and this time, finally, we think it’s for good. I think it will depend a lot upon how much the love of art in this wonderful place will continue to decline and how much Puerto Vallarta becomes a commercial port. The new customs warehouse and the four lane freeway being built between here and Guadalajara give us cause for some concern. Read more

pattybeach-home A True Beach House…The soft diaphanous salt air wafts through the open concept of this simple yet effective architectural design – would that it had gauze draping the sides to illustrate the motion of the ever so soft breeze. Thatch top still green from the recent construction, sturdy crooked legs like that of the broken men who braved the seas and might have found themselves beached here to build this primitive, yet artistic structure. Read more by Patty Says…

* Our Taste ©:
restaurante-homeMelissa’s Restaurant… “Good Friends”, “Good Food” and “Good Times”! – In downtown Puerto Vallarta, among the comings and goings of a tourist destination that greets the arrivals of millions of international visitors every year; where there is also a community of foreign residents that already are “like locals”; is very easy not realize a place that, despite the growth and progress, still maintains and shares –through the culinary experience– the warmest “vallartense” quality, and the authentic and kindest hospitality, due to which our resort is known as “the world’s friendliest city”! Read more


jaktembaquirks-homeQuirks of NatureIn addition to photographing birds, this year we became intrigued with the large numbers of butterflies and to date have photographed and identified more than fifty species. Their colours and flight patterns are mesmerizing. Some of these small delicate butterflies are merely two inches long and their erratic flight presents a huge challenge in getting the subject in focus. Read more by Ken & Bea Rauch

aHiking “The Easy” Trail from Los AyalaThe dawn of a bright sunny Sunday morning motivated Doreen and I to leave our bungalow and hot coffee early to hike “The Easy” trail located above Los Ayala. This was our second exploratory hike of the season to determine which of the jungle trails were clear and suitable for forthcoming group hikes. With perspiration dripping from our brows, we crested the first hill to pause at the junction where three trails begin, for a water break before proceeding onto “The Easy” pathway. Read more by John & Doreen Berg

jaltembapvsleepwell-homePV Sleep Well: Sleep Apnea and Heart DiseaseSleep apnea and its main symptom – loud snoring – have long been viewed as an annoyance. Just ask someone who has to share a room with a loud snorer if sleep apnea is a problem. But there’s growing evidence that sleep apnea isn’t just annoying; it can be bad for your heart, too. Read more by Rhnee Mohan

jaltembaplatanitos-homePlatanitos Amongst “Five Beaches to Discover on the Pacific Coast” of Mexico – The recommendations for the Riviera Nayarit keep on coming! This time the kudos come from SocietePerrier.com, an international website which focuses on music, art, travel, nightlife, cocktail culture, mixology, fashion and global interests. Read more by Riviera Nayarit CVB


jaltemba-valentineshome Where to Celebrate Valentine’s Day 2014 in Jaltemba BayLove is in the air with Valentine’s Day being only two weeks away. Here in Mexico, it is often referred to as “El Día del Amor y la Amistad,” because both love and friendship are celebrated on this day. Read more by Jaltemba Bay Team

bridge-home Maintenance on the “Bridge of Life” is ProgressingPhase 1 of the “Bridge of Life” maintenance was completed yesterday (Tuesday, January 21) as planned. Ten volunteers showed up to help and they successfully replaced the cables that run along both the top and bottom of the side fencing, as well as almost all of the vertical cables that attach to the main supporting cable under the wood planks. Read more by David Thompson

sanpancho-zumbahomeFebruary 2014 ● Zumba en San PanchoIt was so much fun to go to Zumba in San Pancho after being away for almost a year! Esther’s Zumba class in San Pancho (San Francisco, Nayarit) was where I first became hooked on Zumba. I wrote about discovering Zumba in San Pancho in my first “Zumba Mexico!” blog post. Read more by SanPanchoLife.com

sanpancho-placehomeFebruary 2014 ● Two Events at Escuela del MundoSan Pancho is a place with many opportunities for young children and families – especially opportunities for education and building skills. In our town, you’ll find public schools from kindergarten through middle school, an amazing community center for after school programs but, also for the past 8 years, a small cooperative parent-run school has been a second home to many families. Read more by SanPanchoLife.com

sanpancho-jazzhomeFebruary 2014 ● Banderas Bay Jazz AllStarsYou are invited to come to this event next Wednesday at Las Huertas! The Banderas Bay Jazz Allstars will perform at this benefit for the work being done by arts and cultural groups in San Pancho (including EntreAmigos, Colectivo San Pancho, Bodega Teatro and Allianza Jaguar). Read more by SanPanchoLife.com

jaltemba-fajitas-home Nayarit EATS: What Makes a Fajita Sizzle?Fajitas are a popular Mexican dish and are served throughout Jaltemba Bay and Riviera Nayarit. Some of the most authentic fajitas can be found at La Piña Loca Restaurante in Rincón de Guayabitos. They start by marinating and grilling your choice of shrimp, chicken or beef (or a combination of all three). Read more by Allyson Williams


* Exploring The South Column ©:
exploring-homeAt the end of a dirt road – You never know what you might discover at the end of a dirt road. There is something special about the draw of the unknown, especially if it is a paradise to be discovered. I thought I had died and gone to heaven when I first discovered the Mayto beach area. That was a few years ago when the road was a lot more challenging than it is today. Read more


The PVMirror City Paper Weekly Edition:
275-COVERHOMEFor 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 01 to Friday 07) edition . Welcome to Puerto Vallarta!

title-mexicomirrorintercam-home Why Travel Insurance? Did you know that according to recent studies one out of two people that travel encounters a health problem during their trip? They are most often stricken with either a cardiovascular incident or an accident. Cardiovascular incidents affect mainly people between the age of 50 to 69, and accidents occur more often in people between 20 to 29 years oldRead more by Intercam

title-nature* Gardening in Paradise ©:
naturetommy-home Planting Roots in MexicoCommonly now grown in tropical and subtropical areas, as well as in mild Mediterranean climates, Pyrostegia venusta is a vigorous liana (a long-stemmed, woody vine, rooted in the soil at ground level, which uses an array of means for vertical support) that makes a beautiful ornamental plant with cascades of orange flowers. Read more by Tomy Clarkrson


* Viewpoint Column ©:
viewpoint-home Pre-And New Construction Projects in MexicoPreconstruction sales of condos or homes can be very enticing if you are given an incentive to buy before there is anything built. If the developer says you can get a preconstruction price equal to a 30% or 50% discount from what the price will be later. Wow! Read more by Harriet Murray

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