Sprinkles in Mexico : We are floating!

MSN weather has been predicting sprinkles of rain for the Puerto Vallarta, in a futile attempt perhaps to soften the blow to the hoards of sun seekers spending a not so sunny Christmas and New Year in the normally delightful weather of Pacific Mexico.
So to all those pundits out there who say nay there is no climate change. I challenge you with my videos on you tube. There is a constant deluge of rain and the grey skies are still loaded. For the next 48 hours it does not look like letting up.
So from Puerto Vallarta Mexico it looks like a very wet beginning to 2014.
But a Happy 2014 anyway rain or shine!


About Charlotte Ortega

I am a family physician and writer.I am an active member of the Puerto Vallarta Writers Group and I am coordinating this years International Writers Conference to be held in March in association with Los Mangos Library.Winters are spent in Mexico to escape the cold and the summers in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. I am British born but have not lived in the U.K. since 1997. My blog is intended to inform would be travellers and those who view Mexico as a preferred retirement destination on every aspect of living in Mexico, the good and the other...My husband Humberto is Mexican and is a font of knowlege on the diverse cultural and social nuances which exist in this vibrant and colourful country.
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One Response to Sprinkles in Mexico : We are floating!

  1. You got that right Charlotte! It’s raining cats and dogs here. 20+ years here and never seen this before in December. No me gusta! But better than Calgary 🙂


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