Upbeat in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico!

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The city Puerto Vallarta averages over 9 billion Mexican pesos per year in income, and the main source of this is tourism. This was not always the case; in the 19th century, it was a fishing – and huichol indian – town whose main income came from fishing and the export of bananas, corn, beans, and coconuts to the US.

Hi Paul, I’m not sure if you remember me, but I had the pleasure of briefly meeting you at the Foxtail Golf Course back in November 2019. You made a wonderful impression on me due to your positive personality and of course because of your sincere generos- ity of letting me use your golf cart to meet up with


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my friends. I loved learn- ing about your publica- tion. So, my lady and I decided to take a copy of the Upbeat Times with us on a recent trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Little did she know, I would be proposing to her on this trip. Thought you’d like to see your paper not only travel to Mexico, but for it to also be a part of our

special trip and surprise proposal. I can’t help but wonder if the positive vibes helped influence her to say, “yes!” Thank you for everything you do to spread more positiv- ity in the world. I admire you and your entire team for that. Take care and keep up the great work!

~ With Gratitude, Brain

The state of Jalisco, in which you will find Puerto Vallarta, is a hiking tours haven, but more so known as the capital of Mariachi music; some people say it all began here. You will find some incredibly talented Mariachi bands in Puerto Vallarta; there’s even a child Mariachi band!


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