Coffee & Headlines • January 6, 2022

From today’s broadcast:


Governor Alfaro explains the state’s stance on cruise ships docking in Puerto Vallarta—plain and simple.

Covid cases in Jalisco almost double in 24 hours.

Pre-registration for Covid booster shots opens for folks 40+.

Telmex Internet service fails throughout many parts of Mexico.

The fireworks saga continues…


TACO TUESDAY (on a Thursday): Tacos el Super Güero

Everyone was so happy and nice at this indoor/outdoor taco stand in Versalles!

A Conversation With Kathleen & Todd Atkins

Don’t miss our interview with Lix Ice Cream owners Kathleen & Todd Atkins tonight at 8 pm, LIVE!


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2 thoughts on “Coffee & Headlines • January 6, 2022

  1. Hola Paco,

    I am really enjoying your broadcasts and commentary! As to the elusive street, “Febronio Uribe”, yes it does exist. I checked the P.V. city map online. If a person is going south on Blvd. Francisco Medina Ascensio on foot, via taxi, or by bus, watch for the small hotel, “Plaza Santa Maria” on your right. Then you will see “Massages Spa Claudia”. You will see the street, Febronio Uribe, on your right. If you do miss the turn, just ask someone for directions to “Harbor 171”, and you will find yourself on Febronio Uribe as you walk towards the coast.

    I have been a frequent seasonal visitor to P.V. for the past 20 years or so, and there is always something interesting and exotic to discover! Muchas gracias, and keep up your entertaining and informative work! On a blustery, freezing winter day in Alberta, Canada, I can tell you that your photos, videos, and words bring me a warm, cozy, and relaxed feeling…

    Janice 🙂


    1. Hola Janice. The issue is not whether the street exists or not—we know it does. We simply cannot find any historical information on who Febronio Uribe is/was and/or what makes/made him deserving of a street bearing his name. But we’ll keep researching!


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