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Tourism: Campaign to attract new visitors pays off
Adam Thomson

For years, Ivan Ignatievich has been going on family holidays in and around his native Russia. But last year, he tried something different: an all-inclusive resort hotel south of Puerto Vallarta on Mexico’s Pacific coast. “Very nice,” he said in a thick accent as he sipped on a piña colada by the pool. “Very warm.”
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Tuesday April 17th, 2012

San Sebastian del Oeste

A Have-To-See place: San Sebastian del Oeste, nineteenth-century ancestral village where you must taste the best tequila....
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Saturday April 14th, 2012

Fear of travel in Mexico because of drug wars is misplaced
Luisa Blanco

After cruise passengers were robbed in Puerto Vallarta in February, the news media's emphasis on Mexico's insecurity scared away many would-be tourists. The situation was so disconcerting that President Felipe Calderon took time at a recent White House appearance to emphasize the safety of his country.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday April 12th, 2012

Tianguis Destination City - One Man's Opinion
Eduardo Yarto

The drama in the choice of a headquarters for the annual Tianguis Tourism Event continues and the chosen city decision is still up in the air.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Monday June 13th, 2011

UNAM: The Most Unusual Projects
Guillermo Ramón Adames y Suari - PVNN

Look around you, retirement benefits cost more and more and there is less and less jobs and people live longer and longer. Don‘t even mention this, no one has an answer.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday January 6th, 2011

China's "Secret" War Plan Revealed By U.S. Magazine
Sherwood Ross - PVNN

While it is doubtful the Pentagon actually wants a war with China over Taiwan, there are arms manufacturers here who will profit handsomely from this escalating arms race and who march in lockstep with the Pentagon.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday January 6th, 2011

People Lie in Modern Communications
Guillermo Ramón Adames y Suari - PVNN

In recent studies carried out at Cornell University, a number of very interesting stories came up as a consequence of today‘s invasive communication‘s means. What is not mentioned in the extracts of the article published in the CHRONICLEONLINE of Cornell University, is "where" did they get those telephone messages from.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday January 6th, 2011

Some Interesting Statistics
Toots Gabriel - PVNN

Okay, okay, things are dangerous out there. We all know that. We all hear the scary news about one place in particular, Mexico. Here are some recent statistics to help you decide how you are going to manage to survive all of this terrible stuff we are hearing.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday January 6th, 2011

Manning Within His Rights to Give Secrets to Wikileaks
Sherwood Ross - PVNN

As the U.S. is now an international aggressor, do Americans still owe it allegiance? If a citizen releases information about crimes the U.S. commits, can he or she be legally punished?
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday January 6th, 2011

Greens Defending Assange While GOP and Dems Attack
Sherwood Ross - PVNN

The sell-out by rank-and-file Democrats in Congress that will allow the Bush tax exemptions for the wealthy to continue, as President Obama wishes, is indicative of the utter abandonment of the liberal ethos that characterized Democratic office holders during the New Deal era.
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco | Thursday January 6th, 2011

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