Good News and Information about Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, Guerrero, México

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So popular! Everyone in Mexico seems to have one of those cute, but sometimes fierce, little dogs with the big ears. Named for the Mexican state of Chihuahua that borders Texas and New Mexico, the dog is the oldest breed on the American continent. Historians believe they evolved from...
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Mexican Recipes
By: Patricia Ann Talley, Editor. Tourists and residents enjoy her vegan food at Eco Tianguis Organic Market, every Saturday morning across from the museum in Zihuatanejo. Ceci Santos may not have been trained as a professional chef, but she is known throughout the town as one of our special culinary personalities. Read More »
Special Events
We’re winding up our rainy season during the month of October. The tropical summer rains refresh the vegetation and wildlife. Just breathing the fresh air is a thrill! It’s a time when many artists paint, writers write, and people focus on self-reflection. Join in the activities for this month.

Local Events (See International Observance...
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The Cuban influence in Mexico is undeniable. The music of Latin America and the Caribbean is the result of the mixture of the various cultures and races. One popular Cuban musician is Alexander Abreu. Go get your beverage now, so you can sit back and listen… you don’t want to...
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