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February 28, 2017The question was raised the other day....What are the Fire and Emergency Protocols on Vidanta's property in Nuevo Vallarta?
The issue was escalated because there allegedly was a fire that broke out in the Tacos Break (Old name) in the Mercado, across from the Azur Restaurant in La Plaza. The fire must not have been very large because only one person brought it to our attention. Regardless, that does not reduce the importance of knowing what to do and who to call.
Interestingly, there is a new Emergency telephone number we can all access while in Nuevo Vallarta. The new number is being introduced now and will replace the old 611 number. Here is what we found:
The source for this article is the following: http://pvangels.com/news/5328/puerto-vallarta-initiates-replacing-emergency-call-number-from-066-to-911
It is a website for spreading news about community and charitable activities in Jalisco and Nayarit. Here is their charter:
Charity & Community United
Become a Partner for Change
Being a Partner for Change can have a different meaning to each of us depending on our role, our location, our clients, our relationships. But no matter where or who you are, you can be a Partner for Change.
PVAngels is about introducing the world to a safe, thriving, community-driven Puerto Vallarta, raising tons of support for its local charities and having a boatload of fun doing it.
The PVAngels site is a unique blend of community awareness through the daily posting of local news and events, formal introductions to the charities and their needs, online fundraising, social networking and giving back.
The dream of PVAngels is to create an atmosphere of pulling together in making our perfect little corner of the world a better - and better known - place.
Whether you're an individual, group, company or corporation, PVAngels will inform, entertain and be of benefit to you, and we welcome you to become involved.
Stay in touch with them through their website.
Now we know who to call in case of an emergency. The Fire Department will respond.
February 13, 2017
Security is a major concern for resort management. An incident involving a golf cart crossing Blvd. Nayarit and a taxi could have been serious. As it turns out, according to one person familiar with the incident, no one was injured. Everyone dodged a bullet, as we all know how fast cars and trucks move on Blvd. Nayarit during the day and at night.
That said, members of Vidanta get the feeling that management unwittingly or knowingly tries to restrict their freedom to leave the property on foot. There are many attractions in the Marina Nuevo Vallarta area that guests frequently like to visit. (Please tap the photo below to enlarge, and tap your browser's back arrow to return to this page.)
Are restrictions relaxing? Read what this Aimfair member, who is there now, had to say about his party's recent experiences leaving the property on foot:
Well, we went to Porto Bello and Blue Shrimp over past 2 nights. Had no trouble walking out over golf bridge at sunset. Both restaurants were busy. Both had good service and good food. Took a cab home.
Are restrictions loosening? Management seems to be listening, and leaving the property on foot may be a new reality. Stay tuned....
February 10, 2017
Moons have been given a number of names over the years. The moon we saw last night and this morning is called the "Snow Moon", and, according to the Farmers Almanac, the name came from native Americans. Evidently, they named all the moons in order to keep track of months and time.
Of course the Snow Moon would look beautiful in a snowy setting. But, then again, who wants to be in the snow when you can see this when you get up to start you day full of golf, pool side reading and beach walking?
Maybe we should start our own naming system....Beach Moon 1, Beach Moon 2....No? Not very creative? OK, you win....we will forget that idea.