Archive for 'City Profiles'

Welcome to Mexico Premiere

Posted 14 June 2007 | By | Categories: City Profiles | 2 Comments

A year ago I, along with Lisa Coleman, were geared up to launch a hard-copy, print magazine focused on Mexico. We had a very slick media kit completed and a premier issue in progress. We were ready to rock and roll…but something didn’t feel quite right. The 2006 Mexico presidential election and the Oaxaca unrest […]

Yucatan

Posted 11 June 2007 | By | Categories: City Profiles, Travel | No Comments

A Week in Wondrous Yucatán by Lisa Coleman Sometimes writers find themselves a bit stuck. We discover a place and a feeling that leaves an indelible impression on our hearts and it so captivates us that we want to write pages upon pages about it again and again. The images are so powerful and the […]

Southern Baja

Posted 11 June 2007 | By | Categories: City Profiles, Travel | No Comments

Treasures of the Southern Baja by Lisa Coleman The 880-mile long Baja Peninsula is divided into two Mexican states – Baja California Norte (north) and Baja California Sur (south). On one side of the Baja is, of course, the Pacific Ocean, and on the other lies the magnificent Sea of Cortez. Until the early 1970’s, […]

Tlaquepaque

Posted 11 June 2007 | By | Categories: City Profiles, Travel | No Comments

Tlaquepaque –Mexico’s Shopping Paradise by Lisa Coleman Tlaquepaque…. Maybe you’ve seen the name before or maybe you’ve heard the clip of the syllables in passing, but if you’ve never experienced its enchanting shops, colorful buildings, quaint restaurants, and gorgeous handicrafts, you’ve missed one of Mexico’s true treasures. Tlaquepaque, (pronounced “tla-kay-PAH-kay”) is known throughout Mexico as […]

Guaymas – San Carlos

Posted 11 June 2007 | By | Categories: City Profiles | 1 Comment

Guaymas/San Carlos – Mexico’s Best Kept Secret by Lisa Coleman Writers are always searching to discover those special places no one really knows about yet. We love to stumble upon extraordinary hideaways and bring them as a gift to our readers. Having traveled Mexico extensively, I can attest to the allure of today’s “hot” destinations. […]

Riviera Maya

Posted 11 June 2007 | By | Categories: City Profiles, Travel | No Comments

Riviera Maya – The Beauty of Life South of Cancun by Lisa Coleman   When you think of the Caribbean, spectacular white beaches and azure blue waters immediately come to mind. And when it comes to the Caribbean side of Mexico, the known hot spots that fit the description stand out loud and clear – […]

Puerto Vallarta Nature

Posted 11 June 2007 | By | Categories: City Profiles, Travel | No Comments

Puerto Vallarta – A Commitment to Nature by Lisa Coleman Making its home on Mexico’s glorious Pacific coast, Puerto Vallarta has always been one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations. The city’s unique mixture of modern amenities and old-world charm has long been considered its most alluring feature. But if you look beyond the […]