Kourtney Kardashian Returns to the Riviera Nayarit

  • The celebrity visited with her family, staying once again at Casa Aramara, located within the residential development of Los Ranchos in Punta Mita. The villa belongs to her friend, Joe Francis.

Kourtney Kardashian chose to enjoy another stay at the Riviera Nayarit. She visited during the last weekend of January 2014, arriving in the company of her husband, Scott Disick, and their two children, Mason and Penelope. They stayed at Casa Aramara, a villa in los Ranchos de Punta Mita, owned by her friend Joe Francis.

After announcing one more season of “Keeping up with the Kardashians” she decided to take a few days off and catch some fun in the sun in Mexico’s Pacific Treasure, something the socialite eagerly shared with her fans.

She published photos and comments via Twitter and Instagram about her latest visit to the destination, where it was obvious she had recovered her figure after the birth of her second child.

On Monday January 27th she posted on her Twitter feed (@kourtneykardash) “Monday daydreaming #Mexico,” adding a shot of the sea from her perspective, the same one she posted to Instagram (http://instagram.com/p/jrXA7ZE1iG/.)

On Sunday the 26th, she posted “Gracias Mexico” with a couple of videos of the panoramic views of the Riviera Nayarit; one she titled “Beach Swing” and the other “I love the sound of the ocean.” (https://www.keek.com/!TGrFdab.)

She also created a folder of personal images titled “My weekend” on her personal web page, www.kourtneykardashian.com, where she published more photos of her stay for the enjoyment of her thousands of fans.

Back in 2011 she came to the Riviera Nayarit to celebrate her birthday; a year later she returned with her sister Kim and other celebrities to attend a party hosted by Francis in Punta Mita.

Her visit reaffirms the popularity of the Riviera Nayarit among international celebrities, which remains at the head of the list for the top figures in the entertainment industry. 
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