Tag Archives: Mexico

A Model Town: San Francisco, Nayarit

“San Pancho, San Pancho, San Panchooooo!” sings out the colectivo taxi driver as he circles the main boulevard, in search of additional riders. The door is cranked wide open, and we are going slowly enough for passengers to jog up … Continue reading

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A tale of clumps and chumps

In theory, all beaches in Mexico are public. In reality, resorts and private homes often block off access to the beach and to the waves. Since we were going to be heading towards the airport, I thought it would be … Continue reading

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Transito and Transportes: the Mexican license plate exchange

I just spent the better part of the day at the Delegacion de Transito y Transportes de Nayarit. The first time I went there was a few days ago, on Friday.  I should know better by now that in order … Continue reading

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Bistrot O Delices

Easy and enjoyable eating The latest addition to Bucerias, offering modest dining all day long, is the quaint Bistrot O Delices located on Calle Galeana 14A.  A bistro (or bistrot) is akin to a cafe; a small restaurant that serves moderately priced, … Continue reading

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