Carr. 200 opens intermittently: (NoticiasPV)
Landslides continue along Carr. 200: (Vallarta Opina)
More confirmation of cruises returning to Mexico’s Pacific Riviera: (Vallarta Opina)
That said, Carnival Cruise cancels trips into Spring 2021 and sells eight of its ships: (abc13.com)
On Carnival’s website, their new flagship vessel, ‘Panorama,’ is schedule to return to Mexico’s Pacific Riviera, however…: (Carnival.com)
Jalisco’s Tourism Secretary launches ‘Jalisco No Te Rajes’ (Jalisco, don’t whimp out) campaign to reactivate tourism: (NoticiasPV)
This website will feature all special deals to entice travelers, starting Monday: (VisitJalisco.com)
That said, Moody’s Investors Service estimates tourism in Mexico won’t recover until 2023: (Proceso)
In Nuevo Vallarta, where beaches are still closed, locals refused access while hotel guests are allowed: (Vallarta Opina)
That’s right, Taco Bell now has its own wine in Canada: (Montreal Eater)
A chef mocks the gown worn by Beatriz Gutiérrez—AMLO’s wife—to ‘El Grito,’ and things don’t turn out so good for him in the end: (NoticiasPV)
Discover this amazing podcast hosted by Hrishikesh Hirway, where musicians take apart their songs and piece by piece the the story of how they were made, and particularly enjoy Episode 57, featuring Natalia Lafourcade with her song, ‘Hasta La Raíz.’
WATCH: Netflix’s trailer for their new docuseries, ‘Song Exploder’ (Engadget)
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