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Punta Mita, Nayarit, Mexico Travel Video

A Life in Punta Mita

Affluent Americans are heading south of the border for grand style and master craftsmanship in architecturally distinguished vacation homes at Punta Mita, a 1,500-acre private gated resort community on nine miles of beautiful Pacific Coast shoreline. http://www.puntamita.com.mx/

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