Coffee & Headlines • March 9, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Surprise! The Covid-19 vaccines destined for Bahía de Banderas never came:

Mexico receives 600,000 Pfizer vaccines:

China launches Covid passport for international flights:

Mismaloya residents protest against Garza Blanca:

CDC launches guidelines for vaccinated folk (IN ENGLISH):

Cepillín dies at 75:


Covid-19 vaccine celebrated in inspiring street art worldwide (IN ENGLISH):

Are you ready for Taco Tuesday? We’ll feature a special Countdown to Taco Tuesday a week from today!

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2 thoughts on “Coffee & Headlines • March 9, 2021

  1. Hi Paco,
    I am a member now and started watching in June. Love your broadcast and I look forward to meeting you someday.
    In the meantime, i have not found where I can pull up all the walking tours in one place, so I was going to make a list of the dates and where you walked so I can refer to them when I need an adventure. If it has already been done, please let me know how to access them. If not, once I complete the list I will forward on to you to share. I do not think they were always on Wednesday, I think the first one was the malecon in June, but was the next one in Aug starting with Versailles food tours? Some fun hikes I’ve gone on have been monkey mountain and Alta vista. I did monkey mountain from the north side and I do not recommend that route. Too much shade and mud, lots easier from the south side. Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks, LaDonna


  2. My name is guy weeks . I’m a recently retired teacher who lives in vallarta and occasionally watches and enjoys your show.
    I have recently started supporting the local artists here in vallarta and wanted to
    Invite you and your guests / followers to a free musical presentation at rio cuale cultural center ( BARRAZZAS BAR)
    On Friday evening, April 2 6-830pm Alfredo Pineda will preform with his Peruvian guitar and panpipes. It’s a treat indeed.
    Free admission to the outside venue . 50 pesos margaritas and 25 pesos beers 🍺.
    Hope to see you there!


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