Coffee & Headlines • October 13, 2021

From today’s broadcast:

HEADLINES

The nice folks at Rancho El Charro could use some love! Book a horseback riding tour with them as they are offering attractive discounts for locals. https://www.facebook.com/ranchoelcharro/

Hurricane Pamela has touched the ground north of Puerto Vallarta and could bring more rain in the next few days. https://vallartaopina.net/preven-lluvias-en-esta-region-por-los-efectos-del-huracan-pamela/


LEISURE

WALKING WEDNESDAY: San Sebastián del Oeste, from its scenic entrance to its quaint plaza.

Café de Altura/La Quinta Mary is a must-stop to purchase mountain-grown coffee and other artisanal products. https://www.facebook.com/cafe.laquinta.5grcion

Jardín Nebulosa, does it really take that much for you guys to update your opening hours on your Facebook page?

Comedor La Lupita serves amazing traditional Mexican food at extremely affordable prices. Delicious! https://www.facebook.com/Comedor-La-Lupita-338423553016836

We missed El Galletero Mágico this time around, but his baking is amazing. And he seems to have an operation in Colonia Versalles as well! https://www.facebook.com/elgalleteromagico

It is impossible to visit San Sebastián and not have at least one meal at El Fortín de San Sebastián. Amazing, as always! https://www.facebook.com/elfortindss

Café Montaña y Productos Artesanales, with it’s privileged second-story location right on the main plaza, is perfect for people watching all day long, for a yummy coffee and Bailey’s early in the morning, and to order Chingaderas! https://www.facebook.com/cafesansebas

It was not featured in the video, but a visit to San Sebastián del Oeste would not be complete without a dinner at Montebello Restaurante, where hosts Coco and Walter along with their family will make you feel right at home! https://www.facebook.com/search/top?q=montebello%20restaurante%20san%20sebasti%C3%A1n%20del%20oeste

Our heartfelt thanks to Consuelo and Carlos, who run Posada El Oeste, a perfect little hotel to enjoy in San Sebastián del Oeste, and the perfect setting for a high-heel crash course, no pun intended! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Posada-El-Oeste/378216725857183

For custom taxi rides, vans for groups, and such, nothing beats the VIP service provided by Taxi Safe. We’ve used their ‘mimosamobile’ for two trips so far! Call Francisco Javier Quintero for more information: 322-159-5613

Get your very own high-heel walking tips from the one and only Eileen Toodaleft at one of Hotel Mercurio’s Sunday shindigs, where you can usually find her, strutting her stilettos! https://www.facebook.com/Hotel.Mercurio


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