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October 2020

As we wait for a new normal…

The free monthly english publication dedicated to the english speaking residents and visitors to the city of Mazatlán

A Daughter’s Love That Keeps Giving Back

A Daughter’s Love That Keeps Giving Back

What would you do to keep your family safe from COVID-19? What if you couldn’t keep your loved ones from being exposed? What if their duty didn't allow them to stay home? What if they were doctors? When Covid-19 arrived in Mazatlán, Ana Lucía Carrión Román, lawyer and...

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Ginger’s Bilingual Horses


Ginger’s Bilingual Horses


As a young girl working summer jobs in the fields side by side with the Mexican labourers, Ginger developed a fascination not only with the Spanish language, but with all things Mexican. In fact, the feeling was so strong as she grew up that, for a while, she even...

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Along for the ride

Along for the ride

Mazatlán is famous for its natural beauty, most of which is centred on its amazing beaches and coastline. But what many people don’t know is that the terrain behind the city has made Mazatlán one of the most popular destinations in México for mountain bikers. There...

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Best Bets Home Edition

Best Bets Home Edition

COVID-19 has forced the entire world to go into quarantine, so most of the events have been cancelled in town; at least until the end of April or so it seems. Therefore, to keep you healthy during this crisis, we are changing our regular Best Bets section and giving...

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Mazatlan: A great host, even way up in the air!

Mazatlan: A great host, even way up in the air!

Mazatlan’s airport may not be very significant internationally. To be honest, there aren’t that many destinations that connect directly to Mazatlan, but an airport is more than just airplanes, so don’t let appearances fool you. Mazatlan’s airport has a hidden secret...

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Migration of the Snowbird

Migration of the Snowbird

The V-shaped flight pattern of geese heading south for the winter has become a symbolic image of frigid weather approaching. A similar phenomenon takes place with humans as thousands of Northerners flock south seeking refuge from the blistering cold. With the promise...

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