Puerto Vallarta, Mexico is known as a great retirement destination, and today I will talk about reasons why, and I will also talk about why you may want to consider moving here before you retire.
We will talk about :
Food / Health / Happiness
Weather / Sun all year round
Money / Simpler life
Digital Nomads and how I make money
Real Estate Opportunities / Sustainable off grid communities
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00:00 – Intro
02:30 – Healthy and fresh food
04:29 – Sunny weather all year round
05:53 – About Digital Nomads and how I make money in Mexico
07:03 – Real Estate opportunities and sustainable off grid communities
08:03 – Money and simpler life
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I was just starting to film the beach in Marina Vallarta when I saw what I thought was a tree on the beach, and it turned out a crocodile. The other person alerted to the family enjoyed the beach about the crocodile, I go to my car and call the police who was near of the beach about the situation.
Marina Vallarta beach, must dangerous beach in Puerto Vallarta?
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Is Puerto Vallarta safe?
One of the safest cities in Mexico, and also friendly.
What is the best season for Puerto Vallarta trip?
Normally from November to April, Rainy season stars in June and finish in October. A lot of humidity and hot
What are the COVID 19 restrictions?
We are in orange, high risk, a lot of coronavirus cases, hospitals at 50%, if you flight to Mexico you only need to say you has not the symptoms and If you had it, make sure to travel whit 14 days later after you are okay. more than 30 deaths fo coronavirus since July 2021
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After living 5 years in Puerto Vallarta Mexico I created this Puerto Vallarta travel tips guide that lists the Top 10 things to do in Puerto Vallarta Mexico while you visiting this colonial-style town, take your time to stroll along the Malecon Puerto Vallarta or go see the Art district and if you like beaches we have them listed where to go and what to do in Puerto Vallarta tours or excursion you can do if you do not want to spend your entire vacation in your All-inclusive Resort that is kinda boring right? so go out explore the city of Puerto Vallarta and its surroundings like Mismaloya or conchas chinas in Puerto Vallarta a lovely location rent a car if you can and drive south or north to Nuevo Vallarta.
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Residents of the beach resort town of Puerto Vallarta in Jalisco state were left clearing up the mess left by tropical storm Nora on Sunday.
Flooding, caused by heavy rain and winds, led to the overflowing of a local river and resulted in various damages to infrastructure and private property throughout the city.
The storm has claimed the life of a child, following the partial collapse of a building.
“The streets are clogged, the water has nowhere to go, my truck was ruined, the water reached the canopy, up until the roof, and as always, the people are doing what they can,” stated local resident Bernardo Invers.
Nora has shown signs of weakening on Sunday, having previously been monitored as a category one hurricane.
SOT, Bernardo Invers, Local resident (Spanish): “Well, look at the bad effect it has had, the streets are clogged, the water has nowhere to go, my truck was ruined, the water reached the canopy, up until the roof, and as always, the people are doing what they can.”
SOT, Carlos Trejo, Local resident (Spanish): “No, this incident is the average difficult thing, but here we are.”
SOT, Carlos Trejo, Local resident (Spanish): “Yes, eloquently, if they were considerable losses, we are going to have to wait and see what happens, rebuild things ourselves, there is no other choice.”
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Night life in Puerto Vallarta update for September 2021, some bars and clubs don’t follow the restrictions and are full capacity.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Cost of Living
Puerto Vallarta is a great place for expats, retirees and location independent nomads to live. There are city amenities, shopping opportunities and Nature lovers will find an abundance of riches, from lush tropical forests to wide sandy beaches. Travel and Leisure magazine named it “the friendliest city in the world.”
So how much does it cost to live in Puerto Vallarta? For less than $1,000 per month, it’s possible to live in a nice area within walking distance of the beach. $1,400 per month is comfortable. Most nomads and expats I know live within this range. For $2,000+ per month and you can live very well. In this video, I’ll break down these budgets in more detail and give you specific examples… I will talk with people living in each one of these price ranges and will tour apartments in these price ranges as well.
00:00 Video Overview.
01:00 Living in Mexico for $600 per month.
02:09 Apartment & Airbnb Rental Tours.
06:26 Olga’s Apartment Tour.
11:21 Sasha & Rachel’s Apartment Tour & Budget.
15:55 Francine’s Apartment Tour & Budget.
16:48 Utility Costs, Healthclub, Gym Costs, Internet/Cable Costs, Phone Costs.
17:48 Shopping in Puerto Vallarta.
18:57 Restaurant Costs in Puerto Vallarta.
21:50 Transportation Costs in Puerto Vallarta.
24:26 Weather in Puerto Vallarta, Rainy Season, Dry Season.
25:07 Mexico Visa Information.
26:29 Healthcare, Medical and Pharmacy Costs.
27:08 Insurance Costs and Policy options.
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