New Mazatlán Video
New video from VisitSinaloa! Nice job! We’re looking forward to all of the projects completed!
El Mercado Pino Suarez
Nice new video from Noah Lentz on Facebook! The mercado is one of my favorite places – to shop, to browse, and to have a little lunch. Here’s a little history: https://mazatlantoday.net/mazatlan_mercado_pino_suarez.html. The market’s website is here: http://mercadopinosuarezmazatlan.com/ Noah Lentz’s video:
Yo Amo El Acuario
One of my favorite places in Mazatlán! It’s a must-do whenever you have a little time and no other plans. The Acuario’s Facebook Page
Real Estate Frequently Asked Questions
From a realtor in the Puerto Vallarta area – still some great answers to questions about buying and selling real estate in México. http://elengornrealtors.com/about/frequently-asked-questions/
Future is Not Bright for Mom and Pop Stores
Original story: https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/future-not-bright-for-the-mom-and-pop-stores/
Mazatlecos Chrome Theme!
If you like our photo of Stone Island, you’ll go crazy for the new Google Chrome Theme we have for sale! At only .99 cents USD, it’s the bargain of a lifetime! Buy it now and help us defray our website bills! Chrome Store Link
El Chepe to Mazatlán?
Of all the projects proposed, this is the one I would enjoy the most! I’m crossing my fingers that it sees the light of day! https://www.debate.com.mx/mazatlan/El-tren-Chepe-podria-llegar-a-Mazatlan-el-proximo-ano-20171210-0036.html
Expatriates in Mexico: what’s the attraction?
Why do expatriates move to Mexico? Weather, cost of living and a simpler lifestyle were the top reasons offered by the vast majority of expats contacted for a new survey. FULL STORY The post Expatriates in Mexico: what’s the attraction? appeared first on Mexico News Daily. Source: Mexico News Daily Original Article: Expatriates […]
You really have to love the Visit Mexico people! Excellent promo spot!
Mazatlán’s mermaid sculpture vandalized
(I love how they’re just now noticing something that’s been gone for a year or more!) The Oceans’s Queen (Reina de los mares) sculpture on the Malecon in Plazuela Sanchez Taboada (The diver) is a copper sculpture of a mermaid accompanied by a little cupid. Artist Jimenez Corona made the sculpture during the 80’s. […]