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Rivera Cuale Newsletter - November 2010
email this pageprint this pageemail usThe Rivera Cuale Team
November 16, 2010

November is an exciting month in Puerto Vallarta! The city is is abuzz with tourists and high season residents, and there are lots of great things to do. Don't you wish you were here? We do!
November is an exciting month! Puerto Vallarta is abuzz with tourists and high season residents. Days are warm and sunny, with blue skies and refreshing breezes. The beaches are dotted with palapas and the welcoming sounds of music and laughter. Don't you wish you could be here? We wish you could be too!

This month we say Happy Thanksgiving to our American friends. November 20th marks a big day for Mexico as well: the 100th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution! For our Canadian readers, we are sure we don't need to tell you that your Dollar is at par with the American Dollar, making this an ideal time to pick up your Rivera Cuale dream home!

We have a bunch of exciting announcements to make, so read on!

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New Rivera Cuale Website

It's been a little while in the making, but with no further ado, we unveil our brand new website, as ever at! The site has a fresh new look, and gone are the renderings of old and in their place are photos galore! We have added many new sections to keep you better informed about Rivera Cuale and to help you learn more about Puerto Vallarta and our surrounding area. You will find it easier to navigate the site and locate what you are looking for too. Take a look around, and let us know what you think! We hope you enjoy the new website, and please let us know if you have any questions.

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Puerto Vallarta Garden Club Meeting

Rivera Cuale will once again host the Puerto Vallarta Garden Club meeting, on Thursday, November 18th at 11am. Come to the meeting to find out what the Club is up to and to sign up to become a member. To RSVP, please email Leanne Smith at leanne(at)

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Rivera Cuale Concert for PEACE

The evening of Sunday, November 21st promises to be a fantastic time at Rivera Cuale! We are hosting a concert on the riverfront with all proceeds going to PEACE for programs in the area. The evening will include a reception, concert by ballad singer Sergio Checo Carrillo from Guadalajara and refreshments. Tickets are $500 pesos or $40 USD and numbers are limited, so get yours before they are gone. Please contact Leanne Smith at leanne(at) for details.

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Vallarta to Receive $76 Million Peso Enhancement

An agreement has been signed between the State and Federal Departments of Tourism that will entitle Puerto Vallarta to a massive $76 Million Pesos to improve the historic downtown center. Plans include finishing the Cuale Flea Market faηade, street sign installations, an art museum, and more.

Of particular interest to many of you who have been asking for an update, the plans also include the building of a new pedestrian bridge over the Cuale River to link Gringo Gulch with the Isla Cuale! Rivera Cuale has always been active in improvement efforts in the downtown area, including communicating with the City on the new bridge, and endeavors to stay involved.

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Rivera Cuale Virtual Walking Tour
Estelle Eisen, Rivera Cuale

Working at Rivera Cuale, we are often asked where specific places and services are located. Since we are in town with no hills around us, walking is a pleasant stroll. For this reason, I have created a guide to help you navigate your way around, both virtually and for a real walking tour, of our fun packed neighborhood.

Rivera Cuale Condominiums sit at the juncture of four colonias (neighborhood areas). Literally one block in any direction takes you into a different colonia. El Caloso behind us is a very typical Mexican neighborhood; Gringo Gulch is on the north side, which Elizabeth Taylor made famous; south is Las Canoas, which follows the river over to the tunnel road bypass and beyond to Paso Ancho, a rustic village with a nice walking trail; and due west across the river is Colonia Emiliano Zapata, which rolls on to Old Town and Los Muertos Beach.

The Google Earth map I've created will introduce you to our neighborhood.

Click HERE to read more and begin your tour.

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Moving to Mexico Can Be a (Tax) Relief!
Deanna McCray, Rivera Cuale

Think you can't afford to move to Mexico? Are you searching for a financial solution to own a home at Rivera Cuale? Let me introduce you to a little known tax provision which may help to make your dreams of living and working in Mexico come true.

Click HERE to read more.

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Rivera Cuale Facebook Drawing Winner

Thanks to all of our Fans who have joined us on our new Facebook page! Recently we hit the 200 Fans mark and as promised, we have made the draw for the dinner for two at La Dolce Vita on Puerto Vallarta's famous Malecon. And the winner is...

Katherine M. from St. Louis, Missouri! We will be in touch to unite you with your prize!

You too can Stay Connected with the Rivera Cuale Community on Facebook. Receive updates, event invitations, view our photos, and upload your own! See you there!

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We appreciate your continued interest in our development! As always, we are here to help with any questions you may have, and we welcome your comments on our newsletter.

The Rivera Cuale Team
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