Coffee & Headlines • September 18, 2021

From today’s broadcast:


Bahía de Banderas welcomes new administration with its first woman mayor in history.

There are 11 women and four men in Bahía de Banderas’ new council.

National Covid-19 stoplight indicator gets updated with the majority of states in yellow.

Jalisco continues in yellow with no changes in sanitary restrictions.

New landslides are reported in the Mascota highway after yesterday’s rain.


The Crown Princess docks in Puerto Vallarta for service only.

Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit, high in Mexican national’s lists of vacation places for the next couple of months.

Enjoy a charrería demonstration at the Casa Museo Puerto Vallarta today!

Mexican grandmother who sneaks out to enjoy lucha libre after her chores are done is the star in Pixar’s latest animated short.

Don’t forget that you’ll find awesome restaurants in Díaz Ordaz by browsing our free Versalles For Foodies Restaurant Guide! Download it at

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One thought on “Coffee & Headlines • September 18, 2021

  1. Hi Paco. How do I get your restaurant list? My daughter Ariel is moving to Versailles in October and we really do not know the neighborhood well. I will stay in Emiliano Zapata. I hope all is well with you. Maybe we can grab a real coffee when I return mid October.


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