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Archive for July, 2008

With the summer season slowly winding down, there are some nice opportunities to go to Rocky Point on a budget.
Many children are preparing to go back to school.  This pretty much means that extended family vacations will be over.
The nice thing about Rocky Point for many is that it is a drive to destination and a weekender trip.  That being said, what is out there for people to capitalize on in the way of a "good deal"

It is always nice to see new vendors coming to Rocky Point with more
fun and entertainment to offer visitors. Obviously with a great ocean in
our backyard, exploring the ocean is a great opportunity for our visitors.
 
Rocky Point Mexico

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A smaller, cheaper passport option
 
The Arizona Republic
By Sean Holstege
 
 
People who chafe at the cost of a passport or worry about carrying one to the beach at Rocky Point will soon have a cheaper, easier option.

The government is on the cusp of releasing passport cards that fit in a wallet and cost half the price of a new passport. About 350,000 Americans have applied for the new card, the latest step toward ratcheting up border ID security.
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With all the uncertainty presented by the current economic situation in the USA, is it a good time right now to buy property in Rocky Point, Mexico?
I would like to discuss my opinion regarding this.

Rocky Point firefighters to learn emergency services
 
The Arizona Republic

Fire officials in Puerto Peñasco, Son., have taken a major step toward offering rapid, basic emergency medical services to its residents and to U.S. tourists.
 
Martin Navarrete, a Surprise firefighter and paramedic, met with Puerto Peñasco fire Chief Ramon Esteban Manuel Lara and other fire officials last weekend to draw up a plan in which Surprise fire personnel will help train their Mexican counterparts in emergency medical services.
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