Here are some of the online news and information sources I visit on a daily basis. Do you have any favorite ones?
Can a Puerto Vallarta policeman confiscate your driver’s license after issuing a ticket? Read on for the answer to this and other amusing tidbits related to our traffic laws.
Guadalajara’s annual May Cultural Festival is back, with a Beethoven-centric program that includes music, dance, lectures, workshops and much more.
If you haven’t visited San Pancho, a little over an hour north of Puerto Vallarta, we offer you two excellent reasons to do so!
There is more to Mexican crafts than what you see at most local shops. For a broader picture, shop at an itinerant crafts fair!
Two out of three US democratic presidential hopefuls were at a loss when asked for the name of Mexico’s president.
Quality Mexican sombreros in Puerto Vallarta at fair prices? You bet! A new shop in Pitillal sets a new standard.
What would you rather eat, a good steak or a vacuum cleaner?
The Mexican-style farmers market or “tianguis” dates back to prehispanic times. Enjoy this quintessentially Mexican experience!
As in seasons past, I’ve been invited to make a presentation later on this month for the Contemplative Sunday group, a group of local anglophones that meet at the Friendship Club on Sundays. In years past, I’ve spoken about music, touching base on the Puerto Vallarta experience. This time around, they had other suggestions and…
How frequently do you step out of your comfort zone here in Puerto Vallarta?
A new eatery in Versalles successfully celebrates Mexico’s “antojito” style eating affordably and with plenty of style.