The second issue of The Isla Mujeres Magazine to benefit Isla charities will be published in May, featuring a variety of talented writers and photographers! Thank-you to everyone who has visited & shared it!Check out the Charity document, patronize the supportive businesses & visit the blogs of the talented contributors! Contact me at email@example.com if you'd like to donate $15 to your fav charity, for an ad. Good causes, good exposure. Ad for the remainder of year is a $30 donation. 100% is contributed. Donations will be totaled, published & turned over to the charities in May.
Feel free to copy & share the Charity document! Telling your friends about the Magazine & sharing links helps Isla Charities, too. Your support is appreciated & small efforts add up to big differences. Thanks!
This is the live webcam at North Beach / Playa Norte
Reconciliation with God
Catholics celebrate Holy Thursday
Reconciliarse con Dios
Jueves, 17 de Abril de 2014 21:18
Piden a feligreses católicos en conmemoración del Jueves Santo
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City working hard at good image for tourism
Jueves, 17 de Abril de 2014 20:26
Comuna labora a “marchas forzadas” para cuidar imagen turística
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With the Easter holidays, the daily production of trash has increased to 60 tonnes, which is being removed with increased trips daily. There are four vehicles, working in three shifts to collect trash around the island. Additional trucks have arrived, and expectations are being met about the clean up of the Transfer Facility, where the backhoe and transfer truck are in operation.
There are two shifts of street sweepers, and a total of 40 people working day and night to make Isla Mujeres look its finest and to present a good appearance for the thousands of tourists who choose to visit this destination.
Harbor Master monitoring small boats
Ponen freno a los accidentes
Jueves, 17 de Abril de 2014 20:24
Capitanía vigila de cerca a lancheros
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PGR (Procuraduría General de la República) also participating in the Easter holiday security operation
Harbor Master intensified inspections of each of the maritime terminals and mooring points of the boats....
Noticias de Quequi......
City responds to concerns of citizens
The lights shining on the whale shark statue have been repaired in response to citizen complaints made at as part of the Citizen Dialogues program of the Mayor. This sculpture is located along Rueda Medina and is a popular location for tourists to take photographs.Leer más...
Cleaning up the Trash Transfer Facility
Keeping the Viacrucis reenactment safe
Tourists reassured by presence of military
Members of the Navy are patrolling the streets and beaches as part of Operation Easter 2014, offering security and medical support to tourists. Visitors ask to take photographs with the sailors, and say that their presence gives them confidence in the security of this location where they are spending their holiday, with its hospitality, which attracts the travelers. The Municipal police have two checkpoints to detect speeding and offer roadside assistance. One is located near the vehicular ferry (on Rueda Medina) and the other is located near the Aguakan pump station (on the eastern road through Aeropuerto). The municipal police is also patrolling the downtown streets. It is noted that Naval admiral Juan Ramón Alacíala Pignol, with his deeds and work, had gained the confidence and respect of the islanders.
Women enjoy the Hat Breakfast
GOTTA GO FOR NOW......
THE ARTICLES BELOW HAVEN'T BEEN TRANSLATED YET....BUT THE EVENTS HAVE BEEN UPDATED....
Vacationers throng to the ferries to Isla Mujeres
Increased crossings to meet demand
Aumentan cruces para satisfacer la demanda[+] Ver mas
ISLA MUJERES, 17 de abril.-
Tourist numbers & concerns: Increasing
Flujo turístico y quejas, en ascenso[+] Ver mas
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Increased security welcomed
Beneplácito por el reforzamiento de la seguridad [+] Ver mas
ISLA MUJERES, 17 de abril.-
Beginning the removal of tonnes of trash
Comienzan a retirar mil toneladas de basura[+] Ver mas
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Donation Drop offs:
Red Cross: Social Justicia Restaurant (south of ferry terminal, north of car ferry)
Books for Grade School Reading Program, Items for Isla Animals, Diabetes Supplies, Shoes for the Kids, Items for Little Yellow School House...Barlitos @ Marina Paraiso
MusicMiguel's high season schedule:
Thursday at 6pm Marina Paraiso Isla Mujeres with Seblues Hernandez Miranda - blues variety
Wednesday - Saturday at 10:30 Fayne's BarandGrill with La Banda Sin Nombre - Rock, blues & pop
Friday - Saturday at 12:00 mn Tequileria La Adelita with La Banda Sin Nombre - Salsa & Mexican
Sunday at 7:00 Bahia Tortuga with The Sol Rockers - Rock & blues .
John Cain's schedule
Tuesday, Cafe Del Mar, solo, 8 to 10 pm
Saturday, The Sunset Grill, solo, 630 to 830 pm
Sunday, Bahia Tortuga, The Sol Rockers, 630 to 900 pmBanda Sin Nombre at Chuuk Kay 3:30p Sat & Sun
Fenix Sat ~1p Reggae/Cuban
Sun ~1p Salsa
(Start times posted on menu board by entrance)
Fenix Lounge Domingo
Salsa en Vivo con ¡¡Puro Sabor - Salsa Cubana !! :: Sunday Live Salsa
with ¡¡Puro Sabor - Salsa Cubana !! + Gratis/FREE Chilpachole Pa' la
Cruda! + Tragos/Drinks + SUP & Kayak :: See You There!! / No
You may find live
music after 9 or 10 on Hidalgo at Fayne's, La Terraza, or Comono, and
at Poc Na Hostel.
Texas Holdem Every Monday and Thursday
at 6:00pm El Patio Caribbean Grill
April 3 4p-9p Artist's Fair on Town Square
April 12 Saturday: 6:30am Pirate Triathlon
April 13 Palm Sunday event 6:30pm Chapel of Caridad del Cobre
April 17 Maundy Thursday (bank holiday)
April 18 Good Friday (bank holiday)
Noon For the representation by the Church of Immaculate Conception, they will start at the chapel to Guadalupe (la capilla de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe) at noon to travel five kilometers under the rays of the midday sun to the church of Immaculate Conception. That is the chapel overlooking the Caribbean, near Mango Cafe in Salina Chica. 300-400 attendees expected
April 19 Holy Saturday
April 20 Easter Day
Children's Fishing Tournament “Buenaventura Delgado Díaz-Coleguita” Sponsored by the DIF celebrating Children's Day
April 27, Sunday Regatta XLVI Sol al Sol arrives in Isla Mujeres
April 30 Regatta event Casa de las Rocas
April 30 Día del Niño
May 1 Thursday 4p-9p Artists Fair on Town Square
May 1 Formal welcome to Regatta Sol al Sol XLVI
May 1 Labor Day in Mexico
May 1 May Day
May 2 Regatta Amigos XLV 12:30 Isla Children sail around isle
May 2 Regatta Sol al Sol Awards dinner
May 3 Regatta Sol al Sol departure
May 3 Day of the Holy Cross (festival for mason/constrct wkrs /Dia de Santa Cruz, also called El Día del Albañil. (Essay..maybe May 4th 2012)
May 5 Battle of Puebla 2012 "Cinco de Mayo"
May 8 Thursday Regata Al Sol XXVIII Departs for Isla Mujeres
May 9-11 Cosme Magana Fishing Tournament
May 10 Saturday Mother's Day in Mexico
~May 13-20 Festival of Lady of Fatima Rancho Vieho ~30+ yr tradition
May 15 Thursday Teachers Day
May 29 Thursday Ascension Day
May 15- Sept. 15- Whale Shark Season
Early May - Nov. Sea Turtle Mating & Nesting
Whale Shark Festival TBA ~ late June-early July?
6th Annual Alicia Ricalde Magana Women's Fishing Tournament TBA August?
Turtle releases August-Sept dates TBA, usually only a day or two in advance
Caribbean-Mayan Cultural Festival TBA Nov?