Holiday foods in Mexico.

Posted on 29 diciembre, 2016 by Vallarta Tribune Visitors to Puerto Vallarta and Riviera Nayarit are in for a gourmet treat. From the simple taco stands you can find just about anywhere to fine dining in internationally acclaimed restaurants there is something for every palate and budget. Mexican families love to gather and share meals either in their homes or at restaurants and during the holidays it is no different. There are special regional dishes as well as special dishes made depending on the season or Read More …

Happy New Year’s – Feliz Año Nuevo!

Posted on 29 diciembre, 2016 by Madeline Milne   I’m not sorry to see 2016 pass by. It’s been a challenging year on many levels. I have a friend who tells me Mercury is in retrograde and when that changes in January, things will become better. I have no idea what that means, but I’m buying what she is selling! Here is to a new year with new intentions. I wish all of the Vallarta Tribunereaders’ peace, love and happiness because ultimately that’s what Read More …

ONE MILLION AMERICANS IN MEXICO CAN’T ALL BE WRONG.

Posted on  December 24, 2016 by jpdicecco By: Internationalliving.com Reports are that approximately one million Americans live in Mexico. While it’s hard to verify that number, it’s not hard to imagine that it’s true. Some are working, of course, for U.S., Mexican, or other foreign corporations. You’ll find them in cities like Mexico City, Queretaro, and Monterrey. And some live in Mexico just part-time…spending winter months in vacation homes where the weather is always warm and the cervezas are always cold. Many Americans in Mexico, however, have Read More …

BRIGHT AND SHINY, NUEVO VALLARTA DAZZLES.

 22 DIC 2016   POSTED BY Vallarta Daily   Nuevo Vallarta is one of the most visited and exclusive beach destinations of Mexico, bringing together luxury and the abundance of nature and an enchanting escape with excellent hospitality, comfort and entertainment. This entryway into the Riviera Nayarit also has the second highest number of hotels in the country, with a first class infrastructure easily seen in the impeccable and vast golf courses, luxurious condominiums, exclusive restaurants and two of the country’s most Read More …

75 legislators decide to reject Xmas bonus

22 have chosen to donate the 150,000-peso payment to a charity Mexico News Daily | Monday, December 19, 2016   What to do with their 150,000-peso Christmas bonus has been on the minds of members of Mexico’s lower house of Congress, following at least two weeks of debate about the controversial payment. By Saturday, 75 of the 500 members of the Chamber of Deputies had chosen not to accept it. Among them are the 36 deputies of the National Renovation Movement party (Morena), the 23 from Read More …

FUN ON THE RIVIERA NAYARIT

POSTED BY CAT MORGAN   The Christmas spirit is here and the parties and music abounds. Here in Mexico, the traditional Las Posadas are getting ready to begin. What is a Posada? Posada translates to hostel. Las Posada is nine days of religious observance beginning on December 16th through December 24th. During the evenings two people dress up as Mary and Joseph and participate in the nine nightly Christmas processions recreating the holy pilgrimage of Mary and Joseph on their Read More …

It was cotton but now it’s medical tourism.

Los Algodones receives over 100,000 medical tourists a year Mexico News Daily |  December 18, 2016 The population of the small border town of Los Algodones, Baja California, is now seeing its annual seasonal increase, as are many Mexican destinations. The difference here is that the visitors come for medical reasons. Located about 50 kilometers from the state capital of Mexicali, Los Algodones was originally an agricultural town dedicated to the harvest of cotton, hence the name. But the economy started shifting after the first Read More …

LUNA LOUNGE LIGHTS UP THE NIGHTS IN BUCERIAS.

 17 DIC 2016   POSTED BY DEBBIE WHITE   I’ve been reflecting this week on the vibrant entertainment scene the North Shore is experiencing. It has literally exploded with new venues and music over the past few years. Stroll through El Centro Bucerias or cross the Kissing Bridge and down Lazaro Cardenas most nights of the week, and you’ll hear amazing music coming from restaurants and bars that line those streets. La Cruz has its own weekly lineup of favorite bands and Read More …

Mexican authorities approve new routes.

Five airlines have submitted requests for at least 15 new routes between US and Mexico Mexico News Daily | Tuesday, December 13, 2016 Expect more U.S.-Mexico flights to be announced soon: the federal Undersecretary of Transportation said yesterday that five airlines have requested permission for between three and six new routes each. Yuriria Mascott of the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation said permissions have been granted in four of those cases — which were requests made by American Airlines, Delta, Read More …

Puerto Vallarta prepares for a big New Year celebration.

The Municipal Government headed by Arturo Dávalos Peña, is preparing to have a great year-end with the arrival of thousands of visitors, who in addition to enjoying the December festivities, intend to welcome the new year in Puerto Vallarta. As part of these activities, the Director of Municipal Tourism, Ramón González Lomelí, announced that the city will inaugurate information and tourist booths to help visitors in the certified Blue Flag beaches of Palmares, Camarones and Playa de Oro, Which will be Read More …