It seems like the travel public is getting the true message – finally. After years of the media’s attempts to scare the public with over-sensational reports of how they are sure to get robbed, maimed or killed if they venture to Mexico, the public is responding “eh”. Room occupancy rates are up and people are […]Read more →
Morning LaBlast Dance Fitness classes, Daily Spa Treatments, Salsa classes and More RIVIERA NAYARIT, Mexico, Sept. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Feel the rhythms, move your body and become a dancing star on the golden shores of AAA Five Diamond Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit during the resort’s premier Dancing Week. From November 17 to 21, three-time […]Read more →
RIVIERA MAYA, Mexico, Sept. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The debate on the Regional Human Development Report 2013, ” Public Safety: The Key to Human Development in Latin America,” took place on August 30-31 at the Grand Mayan Riviera Maya. Grupo Vidanta, through the non-profit organization the Vidanta Foundation, co-organized and co-sponsored the event in […]Read more →
– Starting on September 24th, the carrier will operate one of its four daily flights between New York and Mexico City with this new airplane – The technological advances and configuration of the Boeing 787 will change the experience of flying, offering passengers greater comfort – This new airplane is configured with 243 seats, 32 […]Read more →
by Ron Mader On a personal note, I will be leaving México in November 2013. I’ve talked about exit strategies before, but now the time seems perfect to make the leap. Que te vas y te vas y te vas y no te has ido. So to make the move, here are a couple of […]Read more →
AeroMexico Now Offers The Only Direct Flight from Las Vegas to Vacation Hotspot and Healing Destination Puerto Peñasco – So You Can Be Beachside on the Sea of Cortez In Just Over An Hour KIRKLAND, Wash.,/PRNewswire/ – Puerto Peñasco in Mexico, also known as Rocky Point (http://cometorockypoint.com), is quickly becoming a hot spot – and it’s now […]Read more →
David Simmonds I first drove into the then small rustic town of Sayulita in the summer of 1970, shortly after the road had been paved from Tepic. The town wasn’t much – a few house, a small town center, a sweet break out front that no one was surfing, fishermen with their pangas, and mud […]Read more →
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