Positive Rocky Point article BY JUDY HEDDING

I subscribe to several news outlets and came across this article. A very nice positive article about Rocky Point:

https://www.tripsavvy.com/rocky-point-travel-guide-and-tips-4175419  BY   (Thank you Judy!)

Arizona residents have long flocked to Rocky Point to spend some time near the ocean. Still, a very popular Spring Break destination (don’t fall for the Spring Break scam!), Puerto Peñasco, known in the U.S. as Rocky Point, continues to grow as a resort destination. Rocky Point has RV parks, hotels, golf courses and a wide variety of restaurants and clubs. Timeshares are everywhere, and Americans buy beach condos. Many people take their RV to Rocky Point. Beach activities are plentiful. You can fish, snorkel, sail, scuba dive, and go whale watching in the winter months.

Documents Needed to Drive to Rocky Point

What do you need to take with you to drive to Rocky Point and return to the U.S.? You need a passport or passport card. If you are driving (as opposed to taking a tour bus) you must drive a vehicle that is registered in your name.

Rocky Point is south of Phoenix, in Mexico. The drive to Rocky Point is about 215 miles from Phoenix if you take Route 85 through Gila Bend. Once you get to Ajo, you have about 95 miles to go. From the border at Lukeville, it’s 68 more miles to Rocky Point. It is about a four- to five-hour drive from Phoenix, depending on what part of town you are leaving from, what time of day, and how you drive.

Drive west on I-10 from Phoenix to the State Route 85 exit. Go south on SR 85, passing through Gila Bend. Continue south on SR 85 to Ajo, the largest town between Phoenix and the border. It makes a good stop for any last minute shopping. Continue south on SR 85 to Why where you can fill up with gas. Continue south through Organ Pipe National Monument to the border at Lukeville, AZ. You can buy supplies and gas in Lukeville, too.

Cross the border into Sonoita. About 2 miles from the border you will come to a three-way intersection. Stay to the left (towards Caborca). You’ll come to a fork in the road. The signs are clear—follow the signs to Puerto Peñasco or Pto Peñasco. Take this road all the way to Rocky Point.

Protect Your Car

Make sure your auto registration is current. Your American insurance does not cover you when driving in Mexico. Things happen in Rocky Point just like they can happen here—tickets, thefts, fender benders, and other mishaps. If you don’t have Mexican insurance, you could find yourself in a serious situation.

Here are some places where you can purchase Mexican auto insurance for Rocky Point. You can wait until you are driving through Ajo to stop in and personally pick it up or you can get insurance online.

Mexican Auto Insurance Links

  • Get Mexican Insurance, Aho, AZ
  • Mexico Insurance Professionals, Flagstaff, AZ
  • Mexico Trip Insurance Center specializes in RV insurance and in daily policies for tourists visiting Rocky Point.
  • The Insurance House/Farmers Insurance, Tucson
  • San Xavier Mexico Insurance, locations in Tucson and Nogales

Tip: You might encounter Border Patrol inspection stations on the way to the border. Slow down. Follow their directions. Chances are they will just wave you through.

Traveling Tips

Visiting Rocky Point isn’t difficult, but it is different than visiting another U.S. city. Some people would warn you to never go to Rocky Point, because of the bad experience they had there. Please consider these tips when planning your Rocky Point vacation.

  • Do not bring guns or ammunition into Mexico.
  • Do not try to work in Mexico without the proper forms.
  • Do not try to buy property in Mexico without the proper forms.
  • If you will be driving outside of the free zone, you will also need a visa and a permit for your vehicle. If you’ll be going anywhere other than Rocky Point, research this in advance.
  • While in Rocky Point, secure your vehicle at all times. If you have a Club or similar device, use it.
  • Keep your vehicle registration and Mexican insurance policy details with you, and not in the car.
  • If you bring ATVs, jet skis, boats, or other recreational vehicles, be sure to bring the ownership documents with you.
  • If you bring your dog, make sure you carry documents from your veterinarian evidencing rabies shots.
  • Do not try to return to the U.S. with any wildlife, plants, fruit, coral, or fireworks.
  • Keep receipts for items purchased. You may need them for Customs.
  • Did I mention that you should not bring a gun into Mexico? I mean it. Don’t do it.
  • Don’t break the law. Don’t speed, don’t use drugs, don’t get in a fight, and (did I mention?) don’t carry weapons. The Mexican judicial system is not like ours in the U.S. and it could be months before you ever get a trial. When you get your trial, don’t expect a jury.
  • Mexico is one of the top places to find Americans in jail, so take my advice: enjoy the beautiful beaches and the wonderful food and weather of Puerto Peñasco. But be a polite guest and don’t get in any trouble.
  • More ​safety tips for traveling in Mexico.

Rocky Point is the closest real beach to Phoenix, but if traveling across the border makes you nervous, or if you have had bad experiences in the past in Mexico, it takes only a couple of hours longer to drive to San Diego from Phoenix!

Old Port and New Construction

Old Port is the place for shopping, eating, and bars. If you aren’t spending your time boating or swimming in the Sea of Cortez, or on the beach, or taking a nap, this is where you are likely to end up. Across the water, you can see all the new high-rise condos and resorts being built along the shore.

You’ll see many references to Arizona while visiting Rocky Point. They know that many of the people who visit there are from Phoenix. Motels, convenience stores, and bars often use Arizona in their name.

Tip: July/August is probably the slowest tourist season because it is hot and humid. Spring Break is the busiest time.

Shopping

Bring cash and your negotiating skills when you shop in the Old Port section. Many people hate negotiating, but it’s part of the experience! Don’t be rude if they don’t agree to the price you offered. Just leave.

You don’t need to learn Spanish to visit Rocky Point. Most menus are in both Spanish and English. Just about everyone speaks English. For example, if someone says “por favor” in Spanish, you can say “thank you” in English if you aren’t comfortable pronouncing the word “gracias.” They will recognize you as being polite, and that’s what counts.

Spanish Words That You Should Know

  • baño – restroom
  • mujeres – women
  • hombres – men
  • alto – stop
  • abierto – open
  • cerrado – closed
  • por favor – please
  • gracias – thank you
  • camarón – shrimp
  • mariscos – seafood
  • cerveza – beer
  • cuenta – check or bill, in a restaurant

Tip: Businesses in Rocky Point all accept U.S. Dollars (USD), so there’s no need to bring pesos. When you sign credit card slips, make sure it is clear on the slip whether the currency quoted is pesos (MXP or M$) or USD. Try to have the exact amount if you pay in cash so you don’t get your change back in pesos.

How to Get Fresh Seafood

Water activities are very popular in Rocky Point. There’s parasailing, jet skiing, boat rides, sunset cruises, and fishing charters. Don’t forget, Rocky Point was and still is a fishing village. If you weren’t brave enough to hire a charter boat to go out and get your own seafood for dinner, fresh seafood is for sale at the malecón (pier) in the Old Port part of Rocky Point. Bring an empty cooler with you to bring back fresh shrimp.

You’ll be paying by the pound, so don’t let them weigh the shrimp with ice. Understand that the scales used by some vendors might not be accurate. You’ll just have to live with it unless you feel like carrying your own one pound standard in your pocket to test the scale. You might not be getting the bargain of the century, but you’ll get some great shrimp.

Tip: Bring some freezer bags with you to make some smaller lots if you’ll be freezing some of the seafood before you return to the U.S.

Enjoy the Mexican Food

Don’t expect the food or service in Rocky Point to be the same as in the United States. Tacos aren’t the same, beans aren’t the same, desserts aren’t the same. It’s all a matter of expectations. Be a little adventurous and open-minded—the food is wonderful. Those of you that don’t like your food spicy, don’t worry. The food is pretty mild. Those of us who like it hot will use salsas and hot sauces to add an appropriate burn.

As for service, remember you are in Mexico when you are in Rocky Point and you are on vacation. Everything moves a bit slower in Mexico. Typically, a server won’t bring you a check unless you ask for it because they don’t want you to think they are rushing you. Relax.

Tip: You decide if the water is safe to drink or not. Order beer or wine, and you won’t have to decide about the ice.

Visiting Sandy Beach

Sandy Beach is a public beach that has soft white sand. It’s why most people go to Rocky Point. Even though it isn’t the ocean, it serves the purpose!

In case you are wondering, Sandy Beach is not a topless beach.

You will come across vendors on Sandy Beach who will want to sell you beach junk, like jewelry and hats, or offer you services like boat rides or braiding your hair. If you don’t want to be bothered, you are in the wrong place. Just give the vendor a firm “no thanks” and don’t make eye contact. You’ll be left alone until the next vendor approaches.

Tip: The sun and sand are hot and there’s no shade available on Sandy Beach. Bring an umbrella or a canopy with you if you’ll be spending a lot of time on the beach.

Roads and Speed Limits

All the roads from Phoenix all the way to Rocky Point are in good condition. A 4WD vehicle isn’t necessary to make the trip. There are some roads like the one pictured here in the Cholla Bay area, and the neighborhood streets in some parts of Rocky Point aren’t that great either. Still, if you go slowly, just about any vehicle will be fine.

And speaking of speeds, the speed limits in Mexico are s-l-o-w. Much like here, if you drive the speed limit, the locals will be bearing down on your back bumper. The dilemma, though, is that you aren’t a local, and you don’t want to be stopped for speeding in Rocky Point. Add to that the fact that there are times when you can drive for long stretches without seeing a speed limit sign. Use your judgment here.

Tip: Speeds in Mexico are in kilometers per hour, not miles per hour. Don’t panic when you see that first speed limit sign. Look at your dashboard. Your speedometer not only indicates mph but also kph.

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“Mexican Beach Bum” (Robin Miller) Realtor® is the Designated Broker for Mexico Real Estate and Document Services in the beautiful resort city of Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point, Mexico, where the desert meets the ocean. Just 210 miles from Phoenix or Tucson and where income producing properties start at $75,000 and homes in town start at $40,000.

Being in the Mexico Real Estate Industry for over 12 years, I have been assisting clients with their Mexico vacation home buying and selling decisions in Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point, and Puerto Vallarta.

**License #442 (licensing required by the State of Sonora)
**Accredited Professional Broker in Puerto Peñasco-Rocky Point
**AMPI member  (Mexico’s Real Estate Association)
**Executive AMPI Board member of the local chapter 51
**NAR member (U.S. National Association of Realtors®)
**Member of the local MLS, Multiple Listing Service
**Have a full legal team, in house, to assist buyers with obtaining titles.

With my credentials and the support of my in house legal team, I am qualified to represent, and PROTECT BUYERS as they search for and purchase the perfect vacation home or income producing investment property.

It is important that a foreign buyer connects with a properly qualified licensed agent for their real estate search and purchase transaction.  Licensed agents, AMPI and NAR members are held to high ethical standards; attend continuing education classes, and keeping up to date on current issues so they can help guide their clients through the buying and selling process in Mexico.

Ask me for my FREE guide to safely purchase Mexico real estate.

Contact me:

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Mexico Cell:  011-521-638-109-0443

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Mexico Tourism Up – Stats at Tianguis

There ought to be celebrations in Acapulco this week when the tourist industry gathers for its annual conference, Tianguis Turístico.

Mexico’s biggest tourism fair, which this year expects 100 foreign and 120 domestic buyers of travel-related products, follows a year in which the industry bounced back in a big way after some years of economic and security woes.tourism-600x360

A record 29.1 million visitors arrived in 2014, an increase of 20.5% over the previous year, a big turnaround after some dismal years following the 2.5% decline recorded in 2009.
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I am Robin Miller, the “Mexican Beach Bum” and Broker-Partner of Rocky Point Living, Realtors® in the beautiful resort city of Puerto Peñasco, Mexico, where the desert meets the ocean. Just 210 miles from Phoenix or Tucson, and where beach condos start at $95k.

I have been in the Mexico Real Estate Industry for 9 years, assisting clients with their Mexico vacation home buying and selling decisions in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Peñasco/Rocky Point.

As a licensed broker (as required by the State of Sonora), a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a member of NAR, the U.S. National Association of Realtors®, and with access to the MLS, I am qualified to represent, and PROTECT BUYERS as they search for and purchase the perfect vacation home.

It is important that a foreign buyer connects with a properly qualified licensed agent for their real estate search and purchase transaction.  Licensed agents, AMPI  and NAR members are held to high ethical standards; attend continuing education classes, and keeping up to date on current issues so they can help guide their clients through the buying and selling process in Mexico.

Ask me for my  FREE guide to safely purchase Mexico real estate.

Contact me:

Office:      (602) 539-3124
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Retirees Living well in Mexico

Here is a short video by CNN about some American Retirees living in Mexico. They are in Puerto Vallarta, where I lived for nearly 3 years. See what one man said how he can afford his 3000 square foot condo on his social security!

Whether you are thinking of Puerto Vallarta or even in the town I am in now: Puerto Peñasco also known as Rocky Point, I can find the perfect retirement or vacation home for you. Did you know you could buy a beach condo here in my town for about $89,000? We are a 3.5 hour drive to either Phoenix or Tucson, so close to the US.

They have a very active social life and say they have more friends in Mexico than they ever did in the United States, mainly because Puerto Vallarta is full of people just like them.

According to local government estimates, there are around 35,000 U.S. and Canadian citizens living in Puerto Vallarta, many of them retired like Mike and Sara.

“We get together and we have happy hours, we have wine and appetizers, we have coffees in different neighborhoods and we get together at different restaurants,” Sara Wise says.

Medical care is another factor they considered when they decided to move here. To their surprise, they found more options for quality health care and at much more affordable prices than in the United States, including procedures like surgeries and advanced dental care.

“The accessibility to the doctors is something that we never experienced in the United States and from what we understand it’s getting more difficult, not less,” Mike Wise says. “And the cost is somewhere between a quarter to a half of what things cost in the U.S.”

Puerto Vallarta has adapted to this relatively new, foreign clientele. Around town, doctors and dentists put out signs in English, and often have English-speaking employees.

Kimberly Altman, 63, a retiree from California who has been living in Puerto Vallarta for three-and-a-half years, says a doctor’s visit is usually $40.

Find my information below. Take a look at these retirees living the life in Mexico, click on the image:

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I am Robin Miller, the “Mexican Beach Bum”. Broker-Owner of Mexican Beach Homes.
I have been in the Mexico Real Estate Industry for 8 years, assisting clients with their Mexico vacation home buying and selling decisions in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Peñasco/Rocky Point.

As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a member of NAR, the U.S. National Association of Realtors®, and with access to the MLS, I am qualified to represent buyers as they search for and purchase the perfect vacation home.

It is important that a foreign buyer connects with a properly qualified agent for their real estate search and purchase transaction.  AMPI members and NAR members are held to high ethical standards; attend continuing education classes, and keeping up to date on current issues so they can help guide their clients through the buying and selling process in Mexico.

In Mexico, I have authority to pay ANYONE finders fees upon a closed transaction.
Ask me for a FREE guide to safely purchase Mexico real estate.

Skype ID: robinmiller999
Office:      (602) 539-3124
Mexico Cell:  011-521-638-109-0443

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Puerto Vallarta, Come to the beach

The beach is just less than 2 Mexican blocks from my office. Mexican blocks are short!  It is nice to know that at any time I can leave and be at the beach in a 5 minute walk for a $1 beer at the Sea Monkey. They have palapas on the sand, and I can have my dog there. Not dog friendly under the building though. Just outside under the bar and under the palapas. Service is great. Food is good, as appetizer types go. I had a burger there once and it was really good.

Time to buy a place in Puerto Vallarta, so search the MLS here and find your place in the sun and head  “To The Beach”!

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Robin Miller is a REALTOR®  with Prudential California Realty Vallarta Division in the South Office in downtown Puerto Vallarta.  She has been in the Mexico Real Estate Industry for
7 years, assisting clients with their Mexico vacation home buying and selling decisions.

Robin is a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a member of NAR, the U.S. National Association of Realtors®.
Since licensing is not a requirement in most areas of Mexico, it is extremely important that a foreign purchaser uses a qualified agent for the real estate search and purchase transaction.  AMPI members and NAR members are held to high ethical standards; attend continuing education classes, and keeping up to date on current issues so they can help guide their clients through the buying and selling process in Mexico.

Robin pays referral fees to anyone referring buyers!
Ask Robin, the “Mexican Beach Bum” for details about real estate in Puerto Vallarta or
Puerto Peñasco/Rocky Point Mexico.

Robin can be reached at:
Prudential Office: U.S. (310)-683-0051
Skype ID: robinmiller999 (602) 399-7141
Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

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Puerto Vallarta Food Tour

Puerto Vallarta Food Tour
Vallarta Food Tours, a local operator in Puerto Vallarta, has tapped into a
niche market of travelers who want more than sun and sand on a Mexican vacation. soft tacos porto

The company offers walking tours that
combine food tastings and visits to neighborhoods along with cultural stops
along the way.

http://www.travelweekly.com/Mexico-Travel/Insights/Puerto-Vallarta-food-tour-offers-taste-of-authenticity/

 

“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

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Liz & Dick Love Story Valentine’s Day Package in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

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This Valentine’s Day why not channel the romance of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton,  one of the most iconic and glamourous couples of the 20th century? The boutique hotel  Hacienda San Angel, located in Puerto Vallarta Mexico, is offering the “Liz & Dick Love Story” Valentine’s Day package for the  entire month of February. This beautiful property is the site of Taylor and Burton’s two homes and offers stunning views of Puerto Vallarta’s skyline, romantic dining and lush atmospheric gardens guaranteed to rekindle the passion in your relationship.

The Valentine’s Day package includes:

http://www.examiner.com/article/liz-dick-love-story-valentine-s-day-package-puerto-vallarta-mexico

 

“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is a Realtor with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

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Elizabeth Taylor Puerto Vallarta House

Elizabeth Taylor Puerto Vallarta House…SADsam_2810

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“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is a Realtor with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

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Cooking School in Puerto Vallarta

Cooking School in Puerto Vallarta
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On our recent vacation to Puerto Vallarta, we found no shortage of fun events and activities to fill our days and nights with.  Among those, my personal favorite, hands down, was a Thai Cooking Class that we took at “Essence of Cuisine Cooking School” from Dolores Brittingham.

With a big group of us traveling together, it wasn’t hard to gather 8 eager foodies (men and women) interested in participating in a night of cooking and eating.  Having our fill of Mexican food, we were delighted to see

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“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is a Realtor with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

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Puerto Vallarta Doubles Hotel Occupancy Rate during Summer Season

Puerto Vallarta Doubles Hotel Occupancy Rate during Summer Seasonpuerto-vallarta-doub-68e43d3d
Puerto Vallarta increased its hotel occupancy by 4.21% in 2012
compared to 2011 according Mexico’s Secretariat of Tourism
(SECTUR).

http://visitpuertovallarta.com/news/2013/01/puerto-vallarta-doubles-hotel-occupancy-rate-during-summer-season/

 

“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is a Realtor with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

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Puerto Vallarta Kite Surfing Beaches

Puerto Vallarta gets wind from February-June, experiencing a short and light windy season.  The average wind speed here is only 15 knots, so bring bigger kites.   The beaches here can get crowded, so there is some regulation. untitled

There are specific launching and landing areas and kiteboarders must stay out behind the breakers once riding.  There are waves here, but it is shallow and the breakers are about 100 feet from the shore line……..
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“The Mexican Beach Bum”, Robin Miller, sells real estate in Puerto Vallarta and Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Robin is a Realtor with Carpe Diem Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta and has been in the Mexico Resort Real Estate Industry for over 6 years, assisting clients with their buying and selling decisions. As a member of AMPI, the Mexican National Association for Real Estate Agents, and a REALTOR (member of NAR, U.S. National Association of Realtors), Robin knows the importance of being involved in the available associations for continuing education, to assist foreigners  in purchasing property in Mexico. She also pays generous referral fees to anyone referring buyers! Ask Robin for details about Puerto Vallarta or Puerto Penasco/Rocky Point.

Check out the Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit MLS

She can be reached at U.S. (602) 399-7141 or her Mexico Cell:  011-521-322-164-2655

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