Expats Living in Puerto Vallarta
When it comes to Expats Living in Puerto Vallarta, there are plenty. Expats Living in Puerto Vallarta mostly come and live there through the fall and winter. That is when the weather is perfect. It’s a high of about 80 degrees in the day and down to about 60 at night. In Guadalajara where I live now, it’s like that all year long. Guadalajara has one of the best climates in the entire world. Don’t believe me, look it up on Google. You’ll see.
But, when it comes to Expats Living in Puerto Vallarta, there are plenty as I said before. I don’t leave Mexico in the summer like many of the Expats Living in Puerto Vallarta. I stay year round. It’s so funny because in the summer, all you see is Mexicans. Then in about a day in October, you’re walking down the street and all of a sudden, there are thousands of Americans and Canadians that were not there a couple of days ago. They fill the streets, the cafes, everywhere.
The Expats have many clubs and groups. Dinner group that meet once a week at bars and restaurants on the beach, drinking clubs, dancing clubs, yoga clubs, food groups, religious groups, you name it. I go in depth to these various types of groups in both of these books.
Some of the Expats don’t know any Spanish and they have lived in Vallarta for more than 40 years and they speak Zero Spanish. Hard to believe, but it’s true.
Many of the Expats are gay. Puerto Vallarta is the Gay capital of Mexico. You would think sometimes that half of the Expats Living in Puerto Vallarta are gay. Lots of Gay clubs, beaches and special events.