In a spirited display of resilience, Puerto Vallarta bids farewell to the dark days of the sanitary emergency and embraces a future filled with better expectations. The sun-soaked paradise on Mexico's Pacific coast is ready to reclaim its position as a premier tourist destination, but not without some hurdles along the way.
First on the agenda is the alarming issue of illegal construction running rampant in Amapas. Concerned citizens have blown the whistle, denouncing these audacious acts of architectural defiance. Fear not, for the heroic intervention of Semarnat, the Mexican environmental authority, is imminent. They will swoop in like caped crusaders to safeguard the city's natural beauty and put an end to these unauthorized structures.