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July 2005 Newsletter
PVR PV News from the Jewel of the Mexican Riviera

As this e-newsletter reaches you, we are in the throes of wonderful, hot and steamy, summer weather here in Puerto Vallarta. Days are sunny and bright making a day at the beach a truly calming experience and evenings are a little cooler after a summer shower and perfect for al fresco dining. At about nine each night the sky lights up with fireworks in several locations through out the Bay of Banderas and Puerto Vallarta.

May 31st marked the 35th Anniversary of Puerto Vallarta becoming an official city. The name Puerto Vallarta comes from Puerto meaning Port and Vallarta named after the famous Ignacio L. Vallarta, a former governor of the state of Jalisco. The occasion was celebrated with numerous parties culminating with a free concert at the Malecon. 35,000 people enjoyed the smooth sounds of the featured performer, Alejandro Fernandez, Mexico’s premier singing sensation. A huge fireworks display emblazoned the bay at the end of a truly wonderful evening. There are various celebrations year round, capped off by our spectacular Christmas celebrations, beginning on December 11.

Here at PVRPV we have much to celebrate as well. We have many new listings and lots of great deals to offer our ever growing list of Guests. Our staff has grown as well to better serve you. Whether a summer vacation is in your cards or you have started searching for that special place for next fall or even Christmas and New Years, we are here and ready to help you find your perfect vacation spot. Check out our easy to use website for details on our properties. www.pvrpv.com is the place to go and we are the people to call when booking your next trip to the Puerto Vallarta are. Also, have a look at our testimonial section and discover, through the words of others, just how our committed team has helped them enjoy a phenomenal Puerto Vallarta adventure.

Just a note to remind you that the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year holiday's are booking really fast, so take a look at the calendar and give us a shout. We are getting lots of calls about January and February too! Here are some new options from PVRPV!

This Months Feature Properties
  Casa San Antonio Del Mar Type: Condo
Casa San Antonio del Mar

This luxurious two bedroom, two bath spacious home is fully equipped with everything you will need for a great vacation, including air conditioning. The owners of this home have spared no expense to ensure you enjoy a wonderful experience and .. more information

Bedrooms: 2 Sleeps: 4 Area: 5 de Diciembre
Availability & Rates
  Casa Juanita Type: Condo
Casa Juanita

Soaring high above one of the world`s finest beaches is the exquisite Casa Juanita. Upscale, completely renovated and beautifully furnished,this air conditioned one bedroom condo with all the amenities one would expect from pure luxury. Complete .. more information

Bedrooms: 1 Sleeps: 5 Area: North Hotel Zone
Availability & Rates

Spanish 101

While no one expects our visitors to be fluent in Spanish, we thought it would be helpful for you to know a few of the basics to help your stay to be more enjoyable and be a little more comfortable in moving about. Let us know what you think of our lessons.

Unlike in English where vowels have 2 sounds, Spanish vowels only make one sound, which makes it easy.

A sounds like a short A as in hat or apple

E sounds like a long A. think of the A as it sounds in Day or for you Canadians EH?

I sounds like a long E think of the first sound in the word Egret

O sounds like O (thank goodness or something we know)

U sounds like coo or few

Some Common Phrases

Excuse me = Disculpe (dis-school-peh)
Please = Por Favor (poor-fa-vor)
Thank you = Gracias (Gra-see-yas or Gra-see-ya)
Your Welcome = De Nada (de-nad-a)
I am sorry = Lo Siento (lo-see-en-toe)
The Check for a meal = La cuenta (la-qu-wenta)

In Mexico, a meal is a traditional, shared celebration and is simply not to be rushed. Puerto Vallarta can honestly boast world class restaurants in the area. From our small family eateries, to our five star dining adventures, you will not be disappointed in the least. Therefore, as is the custom, your waiters will not bring your bill until you ask for it. It considered an insult to rush you through your meal by presenting the bill prematurely. It is up to you, as to when you receive it. So while pretending to write in the air is effective and you will get your message across, but why not try it in Spanish.

“When in Rome…” and all that goes for Mexico too!

When you have completed your meal and conversation, simply say to your waiter-

“Disculpe? (Insert name if known-ie “Juan”) La cuenta por favor?”
“Excuse me Juan, may I have the check please?

Next Month we will explore some cultural nuances important to understand, while you enjoy your time here in paradise on the Mexican Riviera!


Our mission is to be the strongest and most comprehensive vacation rental agency and property managers in Puerto Vallarta. It will be through our honest and knowledgeable customer service folks, our superb rental reservation system that will showcase our wide range and variety of properties. But our number one goal is our absolute commitment to our clients and their needs.

We are honored by your consideration of PVR PV for your next holiday with us here in Puerto Vallarta .

Francisca Rodriguez #152
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico 48380
Tel: 322 – 222 – 0638
Fax: 322 – 222 – 9694
Cel: 044 – 322 – 118 – 2965
US or Can 1 – 206 – 388 – 3703

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