Archive for July, 2010

PVRPV’s Featured Property of the Week: Casa Cameron

Casa Cameron is perfect for quiet relaxation, yet close to everything Old Town has to offer.


The cozy and warm charm and the spectacular views make this wonderful condo for rent the perfect place to stay while vacationing in Puerto Vallarta.

Casa Cameron features 2 large bedrooms both with king size beds, 2 full baths, a beautiful gourmet kitchen and the most incredible infinity pool and common areas in all of Puerto Vallarta.


This unit includes cable TV, DVD & CD players; high speed wireless Internet, Skype Phone and telephone. This high end rental is located within a few steps from the famous Los Muertos Beach, Mexican shops, bars, night clubs, and some of the best restaurants in Puerto Vallarta.

Stay at Casa Cameron and your dreams will come true!

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PVRPV’s Featured Property of the Week: Villa Safari #4

This stunning rental PH is conveniently located on the hillside, overlooking the sea, in Puerto Vallarta’s most desirable area, just two short blocks to the beautiful “Los Muertos” beach, also known as, Old Town or the Romantic Zone. It is indeed one of Puerto Vallarta’s most sought-after areas because of its proximity to the best beaches, restaurants, shopping and downtown.

Villa Safari 4 is fully furnished with: A/C, cable TV, CD & DVD players, local & Vonage phone, DSL & wireless Internet, sheets and towels, etc. and has a completely equipped kitchen including: cook top, oven, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, coffee maker, and a host of small appliances for your use.

All of these in order to make your Puerto Vallarta vacation, a memorable one!

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PVRPV: A very caring and cohesive group

Dear Tim,

Once again your staff amazes me with their over the top caring attitude.

Yesterday morning an elderly neighbor of yours and mine was found on the sidewalk, bleeding severely from his foot. When I got there, your staff member Juan Carlos was assisting along with the police and another neighbor. He was caring, patient and helpful and I sincerely doubt we could have taken care of things as quickly and efficiently without his help. Other people had just walked by, not taking the time or interest in helping. There’s no way I could have gotten the man into the taxi and to the hospital without Juan Carlos.

I think it is very important for people to know what a special group of employees that you have. They have pitched in on numerous occasions for many causes. A very caring and cohesive group.

Please pass my thanks on to them, and especially to Juan Carlos.


Pamela Thompson

Phone 322 107 7007


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PVRPV’s Featured Property of the Week: Casa Caballero

Casa Caballero is located in the traditional Selva Mar complex, right on the hills of Amapas.

This great vacation rental in Puerto Vallarta features a beautiful living and dining room, delightfully decorated and with all the services you may need. Let cross breezes provide fresh air through all the double sliders throughout the entire unit.

This amazing condo for rent in Puerto Vallarta features a stunning and spacious terrace with outdoor furniture for you to enjoy the comfort that Casa Caballero has to provide.

The location is just incredible, literally within a 5-minute walk down the hill to the public dock at Playa Los Muertos, shops, bars, night clubs and some of the best restaurants in Puerto Vallarta. An inexpensive cab, rides back up the hill at the end of the night! It also features a beautiful infinity pool built right into the side of the mountain next to the unit.

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Missing Person: GABRIEL MEDINA OSEGUEDA – El Mangal, Puerto Vallarta

Age: 90 years
Missing: 29 June 2010
Colony: On El Mangal 

On June 29th, Mr. Gabriel Medina Osegueda left his home in the El Mangal colony where his son works. Nobody knows his whereabouts or condition.  He suffers from Alzheimers.  If anyone sees or finds him please contact Mobile Nazario Tier Osegueda at 322 111 27 18. The family is very worried.

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Help PVRPV support Puerto Vallarta’s Little League Baseball

World Little League history:

Founded in 1939 as a three team league in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Little League Baseball encouraged local volunteers to organize and operate Little League programs that were annual chartered through Little League International. Each league structured itself to best serve the children in the area in which the league operates. Several specific divisions of Little League baseball and softball are available to children ages 5 to 18.

The organization’s administrative office is located in South Williamsport. The first Little League Baseball World Series was played in Williamsport in 1947. In 1953 the Little League World Series was televised for the first time. Jim McKay provided the play by play for CBS and Howard Cosell provided play by play for ABC radio.

In 1957 Angel Marcias pitched a perfect game and Monterrey, Mexico became the first team from outside the United States to win the Little League World Series. In 1969 Taiwan began a dominant era that would see them win 17 Little League World Series titles but saw none of the youngsters reach the major leagues.

In 1960 a team from West Berlin, West Germany was the first team from Europe to play in the Little League World Series. The series was broadcast live for the first time on ABC and Little League had grown to 27,400 teams in more than 5,500 leagues.

Currently there are seven International regions other than the United States. Canada is one region, Latin America spun off into Mexico and the Caribbean regions, the Far East split into the Asia and Pacific and the Europe region spun off the transatlantic region. The whole world is playing Little League.

Puerto Vallarta Little League History and Present:

Puerto Vallarta had a somewhat thriving Little League about 15-20 years ago but due to economic reasons as well as the fact that 1000 miles south of the U.S. border, soccer was the prominent game played, the league folded.

In January of 2008, the Peters family from the San Francisco, California area brought a donation of baseball equipment with them on their vacation targeted for the youth of Puerto Vallarta that couldn’t afford to play baseball. After endless attempts to find a school or organization to donate the equipment to, Banderas News sports writer, Bob Cohen, was put in contact with Miguel Vargas in December of 2008.

For donations, sponsorships and further information we urge you to contact Bob Cohen at bob(at)

Miguel was in the process of starting a Little League in PV and had all the paperwork and licenses necessary, but lacked baseball equipment and financial support for his non-profit venture. Miguel played Little League 20 years ago when Puerto Vallarta had a successful league, but it folded years ago due to lack of interest. Already registered with Williamsport, Pennsylvania, the headquarters of the World Little League, and acquiring State of Jalisco and local licenses, he had the proper start.

So, almost a year after the Peters made their generous donation of 20 aluminum bats, 20 baseballs, 15 baseball gloves, 20 team hats and two full sets of catcher’s gear, the top-quality equipment they donated was put to good use and Puerto Vallarta’s Little League was reestablished.

After announcing the return of Puerto Vallarta’s Little League in a December 2008 article, we began receiving letters from people around the world who wanted to get involved. The first was from Jerry Bianchi of Denver, Colorado, who brought a van full of equipment he solicited in January, 2009. It was enough to field over 125 kids and the first new Little League began play in February of 2009.

We needed money to buy the uniforms and pay for other league expenses and we sought out sponsors. The sponsoring businesses or individuals had their name on the uniforms and a banner hung in the outfield, providing extremely inexpensive advertising. and other local print periodicals also followed the league when competition began which provided even more exposure to sponsors. About half of the sponsors were local businesses and half were individuals that wanted to give an opportunity for the youngsters to play, some that live in Puerto Vallarta part-time and a couple that read the stories online and just vacation here once a year.

But more importantly, everyone’s support provided endless benefits for these kids, who will develop the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being by participating in Little League Baseball.

In late 2009 after crowning a champion over the summer, the drive was on for donations and sponsors for the second year. We were able to accomplish the feat again and again Jerry brought his van down loaded with equipment.

Early in the season due to personal reasons Miguel, who served as the league president decided to step down and Osiris Garcia and Blanca Cisneros who were involved as parents the previous year, stepped up to the plate. Blanca, who is totally bi-lingual was voted in as President, Osiris coached two teams and was the Director of Player Development and of course Bob Cohen was the Director of Public Relations.

Blanca and Osiris were instrumental in also starting a quite popular T Ball League for kids ranging for 5-8 and they eventually outgrew the T and had their coached pitch to them. Osiris has been training kids of all ages at 4PM every weekday since late winter and when the All Star selections were announced there were extra practices.

At this point we want to make it clear that nobody gets paid except the umpires abiding with Little League international rules. Also we need more hands on help for our upcoming season as this became a full time job for a few. Parents have offered assistance and we will surely utilize them.

In May of 2010, the City of Puerto Vallarta was asked to host the State of Jalisco 9-10 year old All Star weekend. This was an honor and also historic for our city and we passed with flying colors due to the hard work of Blanca, Osisris, Bob and more importantly a whole bunch of volunteer parents. That was the biggest difference in our first and second season. The parents became more involved and for many games the stands were full of howling parents rooting for their kids and teams.

Two of the eight teams that traveled here would win the right to play in the Mexican Regional’s held in a northern state. After that the winner would play for the Mexican Championship and at the 9-10 year old level, the ultimate winner played for the Latin American Championship.

The following week our 11-12 year old All Stars traveled to Guadalajara for the All Star weekend. This is the age group that eventually televises the Little League World Series after five rounds of winning playoff divisonals, regionals, nationals and finally to Williamsport.

Our kids didn’t get to advance but they did quite an admirable job. In our second year we faced powerhouses such as Guadalajara who has had an extensive Little League system in place for many years and also has quite a large player pool to choose from. The kids then finished the local playoffs and the younger division was won by the PV Yankees, who won a big rivalry with the Mexlend Martillos. The older division was won by who defeated Teatro Limon in another rivalry.

After our second season I never would have thought the league would be as advanced and functional as it is, but due to the hard work (but fun work) of many, the kids got the benefit of playing and just maybe in a few years we will be watching a Puerto Vallarta Little League team on international TV playing for the World Championship.

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PVRPV’s Featured Property of the Week: Casa Armonia

It is located in the traditional neighborhood of 5 de Diciembre overlooking the center of Old Puerto Vallarta. Enjoy the Mexican flavors from the street below. This condo is big and spacious, features a very nice balcony on which you can enjoy breakfast or cocktails at any time.

From this Puerto Vallarta Rental on the rooftop you will enjoy perhaps, one of the most beautiful infinity swimming pools in Puerto Vallarta, perfect for evening city sunsets and quiet walks on the beach or “el Centro” casa Armonia is comfortable and serene at its best. Easy access to the Mexican market, it features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms one with Jacuzzi, a large gourmet kitchen, formal and casual dining area, and a very interesting designer living room, it also includes air conditioning throughout and ceiling fans.

This incredible Rental in Puerto Vallarta is equipped with the entire modern day traveler in mind; the condo includes high speed Internet access, cable TV and direct dial phone system to the United States and you can make all your calls at no extra charge. Come back to Puerto Vallarta every year? Make a confirmed reservation this year and enjoy these same introductory rates next year. The house is also available for long time rentals. Please inquire for more information. 

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