Monthly Archives: March 2019
Work began after the fall election, when new state appointees deemed the huge complex a white elephant, lacking revenue-making programs.
The price tag for the Mayan Train may be 10 times more than previously estimated, according to the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness.
Is the surf at Chuburná Puerto too dangerous for swimmers?
I recently got a chuckle out of an article about how we use our sofas, whether in our home countries or in Mexico.
A family explores ruins at Mayapan, in Mani, Yucatan, during vacation. Photo: Getty Mexico will seek to attract...
An American couple allegedly walled off their beach at Santa Clara. Photo: Facebook
Yucatan state tourism officials will operate two familiarization trips for UK travel agents this year to increase awareness of the region.
President responds to accusations that he's trying to bust term limit.
After one endangered vaquita is found dead, environmentalists are more pessimistic about saving the species.
For years overlooked in favor of bigger tourist destinations, Yucatan can show off its new international convention center and highlight the Merida's growth before 10,000 travel professionals from around the world.
Three proponents of a park at La Plancha are walking away. Here's why.
A lesser-known site close to Merida is an alternative to the crowds at Chichen Itza.
1,400 concrete underwater structures would attract sea growth off the coast.
A guest columnist in the New York Times marks the period as filled with announcements and proclamations, most of which won't ever see the light of day.
The Rally Maya Mexico is back, this time starting off in Yucatan's Uxmal archaeological site.
Amid "fire season" on the Peninsula, citizens are asked to avoid burning garbage.
Graziella de Louis Ponce, 63, the lone Mexican citizen to die in last weekend's deadly plane crash, was about to retire and planned to live in Merida, her friends say.
Hotel occupancy increased 4.2 percent in January, compared to the same month last year, said the state tourism department.
For years, the statistic has pretty much held at one traffic death every day and-a-half.
Among the 157 people killed an Ethiopian Airlines crash is a woman from Yucatan who worked as a UN interpreter.
Most people in Mexico are being told to set their clocks ahead one hour before heading to bed on the first Sunday of April.
Friday's brief but sweeping blackout was caused by a fire at a CFE station in Campeche.
Richard A. MacLennan, much beloved husband and father, passed away unexpectedly in the early morning hours on January 27, 2019 at Yale New Haven Hospital. He was 74.
For all the poverty in Yucatan, three states further south have seemingly intractable problems that pose a challenge to a president who calls himself a southerner.