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    It has been many years since I was there, but when I was I was an Art student and found so much to see and do. I LOVED it. I had spent a month running around Mexico but this was my last stop and found it the most relaxing of everywhere I had been. 6 months ago

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    Hello, Pto. Vallarta is really beautiful, is a good starting point for digital nomads in Mexico as it offers a lot of the comforts of home, strong internet. Also, check out the riviera Nayarit; Sayulita. is just up the coast from Puerto Vallarta. Much smaller, less touristy, and more community centric, Sayulita has captured many digital nomads from its larger neighbour. The small town has seen an influx of travellers, which is increasing by the year, so it may not be the remote paradise it once was but it still offers a more low-key beach destination than PV. If you’re seeking something more authentic, head a bit further to San Pancho, which offers the charms of Sayulita without the crowds, though may lack some amenities for digital nomads. 6 months ago

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