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Adventures in the Mercado

By Fulana Are any of you foodies ready for some adventure? After all you live in Mexico or you are visiting and surely want to discover the culinary marvels this country has to offer. That’s what travel is all about! Have you ever been to...

WHAT’S PLAYING AT THE MOVIES?

By Kat Bennett The new James Bond movie came out a while ago.  A real long time ago. My husband is a James Bond fan, and really wanted to go see it.  I couldn’t care less about James Bond – but Daniel Craig in various...

What is Buen Fin?

November and December are crazy months here in La Paz.  Christmas shopping seems to be starting earlier and earlier each year and while out running errands the past few weeks, I noticed people are already filling up their shopping carts with holiday goodies. Speaking of...

DULCE ROMERO

By Pat Solem and Frank Hills Restaurants open and soon close in La Paz but the best ones remain open.  Although open for only two weeks, the charming new restaurant Dulce Romero, located on Allende between Madero and Serdan, is already showing a lot of...

The Queen’s Pier

Did you know? This pier is located on the malecon at the Kiosko, just off 16 de Septiembre and is named “Muelle de la Reina” or “The Queen´s Pier”.  The pier was dedicated to Queen Elizabeth of the UK after she and Prince Phillip visited...

New English Speaking Theatre in La Paz.

TBC It is the goal of the Pelican Theatre La Paz to bring bold, contemporary and edgy comedy to the people of La Paz.  To create a corps of professional actors from the Mexican as well as the Gringo Communities.  To entertain, astonish and to...

First Commitments Delivered to Public Transportation In La Paz

TBC “We are working to get through deep and old problems and follow a plan that will allow the City to grow as the capital of the State should and that is with the quality of life that all Paceños deserve,” Mayor Esthela Ponce Beltran...