An estimated 30,000 local, national and international tourists descended on Progreso’s malecon on Sunday, lured by beautiful weather.
It seems that nearly everyone who’s building at the beach wants a pool. And it’s putting a strain on the water system.
Selfies with the giant P-R-O-G-R-E-S-O landmark will have to be postponed while the letterforms are overhauled for a second time.
When the Carnival Triumph arrived last week, merchants at the beach had a banner day, thanks to the heat.
The fishermen feared lost at sea have been rescued, regional port captain Bernardo Crespo Silva reported today.
At least four fishermen have been missing since a surprisingly powerful storm hammered the state Thursday afternoon.
The third edition of the “Concentración Nacional Biker” will bring at least 2,500 motorcyclists to the area.
The Ministry of Health is investigating a rabies case in Col. Nueva Yucalpetén, where a pit bull bit her owner.
More than 80,000 people crowded Progreso’s malecón as Carnaval began counting down the the final days of celebration.
Two huge cruise ships docked here Tuesday, bringing 5,720 passengers and 2,000 crew, shortly after an unsightly tide of seaweed littered the beaches.