Monday, March 31, 2014

In Isla Mujeres Daily News Monday, March 31 The Afternoon Edition & Catching Up from the weekend

  The first issue of The Isla Mujeres Magazine to benefit Isla charities has been published, 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 if you'd like to donate $15 to your fav charity, for an ad. Good causes, good exposure. Ad for a year is a $45 donation. 100% is contributed.

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This is the live webcam at North Beach / Playa Norte

   Noticias de Diario de Quintana Roo ....

Sport tourism

 Isla Mujeres: A destination with many options

Turismo deportivo, opción

Domingo, 30 de Marzo de 2014 22:52

Para reafirmar a Isla mujeres como un destino de múltiples expectativas

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The Mayor was present to endorse and support the runners who participated in the  “Reto Rooster On The Go”, which affirms that Isla Mujeres is a destination of many options, including sports tourism. The first edition of this race brought together over 200 participants. For the 15 kilometer course around the whole island there were 50 women and 77 men, and for the five kilometer course there were 37 women and 32 men. The event began near the Casa de Cultura, and there were other officials at the starting point in addition to the Mayor, who are listed in the article. The Mayor gave a speech about the benefits of this sports event putting Isla Mujeres in the eyes of the world, showing off her beauty and other qualities like security and the ease of performing athletic activities & events. 

Seeking to join the group "Blue Flag"

Standard 120 certification for the beaches 

Buscan ingresar al grupo “Blue Flag”

Domingo, 30 de Marzo de 2014 22:41

Certificarán las playas con norma 120

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This information was translated Friday. 
Emotional singing competition by senior citizens 

Emotivo concurso de canto

Domingo, 30 de Marzo de 2014 21:55

Participan los adultos mayores

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Dozens of families attended the DIF sponsored event at the outdoor theater in La Gloria, which also featured young singer  Aldahir Dávila Baeza, as well as performances by the children's folkloric group from the Casa de Cultura and the dancers of RDS (Renatta Dance Studios). Gregorio Sánchez Celis took first place, winning 2000 pesos; Mario García Delgado, took second place and received 1500 pesos; and César Guillermo López Espinoza received 1000 pesos for third place.

Amazing sight: Whale shark in the bay 

Espectacular visita

Domingo, 30 de Marzo de 2014 21:54

Recala tiburón ballena a la bahía

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The sighting of a small whale shark in the Bay caused a great deal of excitement, and it appeared to be undaunted by the boats with tourists on board which approached it. It appeared to be lost from its group and spent some hours touring. It is presumed its group is on a journey in search of food  toward the north of Isla Mujeres, about 10 nautical miles from Isla Contoy. This sighting precedes the beginning of the whale shark tour season which is scheduled from May 17 to September 17 this year. Each year thousands of tourist come to this destination to witness this amazing phenomenon of nature when dozens of whale sharks gather in the area to eat the food (plankton)  that is only found in this area of the Mexican Caribbean. There is also a large amount of 'tuny' fish eggs in the area, that they eat with the plankton.Photo is by Jair Alberto Aguayo Chunab (it was pasted on FB), who comments that this ~6 meter long whale shark was about a half kilometer out from Playa Lancheros on Tuesday at 11am.

This weekend:

Agapito getting the job done

Campaign of cleaning and junk removal in colonia El Cañotal

Agapito pone manos a la obra

Sábado, 29 de Marzo de 2014 21:51

Da banderazo a limpieza y descacharrización en la comunidad El Cañotal

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This information was already translated. It notes that this“Brigadas con la Comunidad”  clean up and trash removal campaign  included volunteers as well as City staff, and  followed similar clean ups in the colonias of Salina Grande and Caribena (and Guadalupana, where the community participated)

New hospital nearly ready

To be inaugurated after the first week in June: Ortega Pacheco

Casi listo, hospital de segundo nivel

Sábado, 29 de Marzo de 2014 21:51

Sería inaugurado a más tardar en la primera semana de junio: Ortega Pacheco

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The State Health Secretary recently toured the facility and explained that some details cannot be finished until the equipment arrives, such as placing drywall that will hide cables and pipes. These are expected to be completed in the next two months. The opening may occur in the last week of May or the first week of June.  

"Recycled Trash For Food" event benefits 300 families

Productiva jornada

Viernes, 28 de Marzo de 2014 21:29

De "Reciclando Basura por Alimentos", en beneficio de 300 familias

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This is part of a state campaign of the Governor, which exchanges recycled trash for food, particularly the basic staples included in the 'Canasta basica' of  'Mercado del Bienestar'. Citizens exchanged 16 tons of reusable waste which included  paper, cardboard, plastic, aluminum, and useless household appliance. The event took place at the Community Center in colonia La Gloria, and also offered medical services and hair cuts, as well as games to promote learning about ecology and water conservations. 

Little response to Anti Rabies campaign

Did not give out 1600 vaccines

Poca respuesta a campaña antirrábica

Viernes, 28 de Marzo de 2014 21:27

No se llegó a las mil 600 vacunas

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On the island, the vaccination stations were located in La Gloria, downtown, and colonia Guadalupana, with a total of 1600 rabies vaccines available. There were only about 800 doses administered. Next they will move to the Continental Zone, where they hope to vaccinate about 600 animals. This vaccination campaign began last Saturday, and is part of the National Rabies Vaccination Week for  Cats and Dogs 2014. 

Continued support from foreigners
Donating wheelchairs & medical equipment 

Continúa apoyo de extranjeros

Viernes, 28 de Marzo de 2014 21:23

Con sillas de ruedas y equipo médico

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This is the second donation from this group of altruistic people from Canada, who are expressing gratitude after one of them was treated at the General Hospital in February, and required a wheelchair, which was not available. However, a wheelchair was provided thru the efforts of  María Teresa Gómez, who attended the foreigner,  and the secretary Beby Delgado.
  The group, "Seniors & Friends of Isla" brought donations to the Red Cross, the General Hospital, and the Senior Citizens Club, which included a childbirth kit, a fracture treatment kit, wheel chairs, walkers, crutches, a fetal cardio-sonographic monitor, three boxes of IV solutions, a box of sheets, boxes of gloves, bandages, a cardiac stethoscope, and a first aid kit for the ambulance. Members of this groups include Denis St. Pierre, Andy St. Pierre and Gary Van Lankuett, (Gary Van Lankvelt)


Preparing for "Viacrucis" ( Walking the Stations of the Cross / the "Passion of Christ")

To be celebrated April 18th in La Gloria & downtown 

Preparan “Viacrucis”

Viernes, 28 de Marzo de 2014 21:12

A celebrarse el próximo 18 de abril en Centro y La Gloria

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There will be two reenactments of this event on Friday, April 18, by the two Catholic churches, Immaculate Conception downtown, and Sacred Heart of Jesus in colonia La Gloria. The names of the people representing Jesus & Mary in each event are given. Father Raul Alonzo said in the case of the event downtown; it will be more tourist-oriented, aimed at the visitors who come to Isla Mujeres. The hoteliers are encouraged to invite their guests, to this event which he believes prompts reflection. It is estimated that about 3000-4000 people will attend downtown, while the event in La Gloria is expected to be more locally oriented with about 300-400 people expected. 
   The route from the Sacred Heart of Jesus will start at 10am, going down the Paseo de las Aves, and by the park Las Tortugas, then over to prolongacion Rueda Medina, and entering the street by the new hospital, to come back to the church. For the representation by the Church of Immaculate Conception, They will leave 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. Last year we also saw a smaller version along prolongacion Rueda Medina. The versions I have seen in Isla Mujeres were not gory or particularly upsetting. The soldier-actors whipped the cross, not the Jesus-actor.

Announcing invitation to Children's Fishing Tournament "Coleguita"   

Lanzan convocatoria de torneo de pesca infantil y juvenil

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The sixth edition of the children's fishing tournament  “Buenaventura Delgado Díaz-Coleguita”,  sponsored by the DIF, will be held on April 20, as part of the celebrations of Children's Day. There will be one category for children 8-12 year old and teens 13-17 years old. Information and registration is available at the DIF offices.
  The DIF is screening the documentary "De tres, uno", which was created as part of a project to train documentary filmmakers from different areas of Mexico and Central America, who have limited access to the necessary tools to share their stories with the public. The project, Ambulante Más Allá (AMA) holds workshops to train new filmmakers, encouraging them  to create stories from a cultural viewpoint, which does not arise with the imposition of conventional cinematic parameters.
  This documentary presents the lives of three young students, and their socioeconomic conditions, with only one gaining access to a university education, a situation which is normal in Mexico.

 Tvisla Mujeres

This weekend:

 Tvisla Mujeres

State Tourism Offical announces Holbox & Isla Mujeres to benefit from new plan.....

Noticias de  Quequi......

Certification of the beaches would benefit everyone

  • Certificación de playas, un beneficio para todos.


    Certificación de playas, un beneficio para todos.

    0 30 de marzo de 2014

    Por Carlos Gasca > Quequi .- El documento daría seguridad  a los visitantes de la calidad del destino.
  • ‘Liberan’ video promocional
    "Liberating" the promotional video


    ‘Liberan’ video promocional

    0 30 de marzo de 2014

    Por Carlos Gasca > Quequi .- Se pago la deuda de la administración anterior; será estrenado en el Tianguis Turístico, en mayo.
This weekend:

Residents allege that store is unhygienic

Ignoring Anti Rabies Campaign

  • Ignoran campaña  de vacunación antirrábica  


    Ignoran campaña de vacunación antirrábica

    0 28 de marzo de 2014

    Por Carlos Gasca > Quequi .- Durante la jornada no se logró la meta esperada.
  • Religión 

    Ready for "The Passion of Christ"

    Listos para “La Pasión de Cristo”Listos para “La Pasión de Cristo”

    0 28 de marzo de 2014

    Por Carlos Gasca > Quequi .- Preparan dos recorridos; se espera la participación de mil 500 personas.
  • Turismo

    Fusion of promotional agencies to benefit the island

    Se beneficia la isla con la fusión de fideicomisos

    0 27 de marzo de 2014

    Se beneficia la isla con la fusión de fideicomisosPor Carlos Gasca > Quequi .- Dicen que la distribución de recursos será más equitativa.

Noticias de Diario Respuesta...

Competitive run around the entire island

Compiten al dar la vuelta a toda la isla

Compiten al dar la vuelta a toda la isla
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Senior citizen singing contest 

Engalanan abuelitos concurso de canto

Engalanan abuelitos concurso de canto

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Police prepare for operation "Easter Week 2014"

Prepara Seguridad Pública el operativo 'Semana Santa 2014'

The police are conducting meeting with municipal agencies to coordinate their efforts, and as in previous years they are planning to conduct checkpoints at the edges of town. The checkpoint on the west side will be near the vehicular ferry and on the east side it will be  near the Aguakan pumping station. Over this weekend, 17 people were arrested, all for administrative offenses, which were mostly for public drunkenness or disorderly conduct. There were twelve fines applied to the same number of vehicles.
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This weekend:

Fishing tournament & Film making documentary: DIF

Impulsa DIF municipal alternativas de arte

Impulsa DIF municipal alternativas de arte

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Shortage of fish for Lent

Sufren por desabasto de escama en la Cuaresma

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Slow about getting their plates 

Lento emplacamiento de vehículos en la localidad

Lento emplacamiento de vehículos en la localidad

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306 Families benefited during event

Favorecen a 306 familias durante la jornada social

Favorecen a 306 familias durante la jornada social

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 por esto

Concluding the renovation of the port terminal
Renovación de terminal portuaria, por concluir[+] Ver mas
 Most of this  information was previously translated. They expect the work to be concluded in late April, and they are attending to final details and awaiting furnishings. The terminal was built with a federal investment of 32 million pesos. They are modernizing the terminal in Punta Sam also, said the Director General of the Port Authority,  director general de la Administración Portuaria Integral de Quintana Roo (Apiqroo), Ercé Barrón.
   There are concerns that the local merchants and the organizations of porters and boat tours, who had intended to have rental space in the terminal, will be unable to afford the rents, and that the areas will end up in the hands of outside franchises.

University campus on the island
Campus universitario en la ínsula [+] Ver mas
Catholic priest  Raúl Sánchez said there are plans to open a University campus specializing in Tourism, in response to the academic needs of many low income youths. He said there are a select number of families who can afford to send their children to Cancun and elsewhere to study for a career, but many must stay on the island, without that privilege.  He said the college will be dedicated to the specialties of gastronomy (cuisine) and the hotel industry. He said there is a lack of opportunities for academic development of children in families who are economically challenged. For young people who have complete high school, it is unknown how many cannot continue because of a lack of money. For those who travel to Cancun or Merida, this can mean a monthly payment of over 3000 pesos for the school, per child. Families usually have multiple children and the head of the household may only earn two minimum salaries (~62 pesos/daily or about $5usd), independent of other extra jobs, according to recent statistics.  The priest said he is working with local officials and expects they will reach their goal in a short amount of time.

They have no idea how to manage the garbage
No tienen idea de cómo manejar la basura[+] Ver mas

The former director of Public Services José Ríos Chalé, gave advice and showed three photographs of the Trash Transfer Facility when it was completely clear of trash. He recommends that the City rent machinery for two months, specifying a "gondola" of 23 tonne capacity to make the two crossings daily to the mainland, and a smaller compactor vehicle of 15 tonne capacity. It is noted that about 30 tonnes of trash are collected daily, and that about 2000 tonnes have accumulated at the facility, although the former director declined to make an estimate. It is noted that the amount of daily trash collected increases during the Easter holidays.

Fishing tournament for benefit of charity
Torneo de pesca para fondos de beneficencia[+] Ver mas

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Little response to rabies vaccine campaign
Poca respuesta a vacunas antirrábicas[+] Ver mas

I'm not actually sure what a 'trascabo' could be the truck that transports the trash over twice daily.

Backhoe at Trash Transfer Facility is still broken
No hay para cuando reparen trascabo de basura [+] Ver mas

Proceeding to demolish the sports court
Proceden a demoler cancha deportiva[+] Ver mas
They discontinued the patching work, and preceded to demolish the basketball court downtown, following strong criticism about the need to replace the rebar, which has been affected by rust.
    The article contains complaints previously voiced about Fidel Villanueva holding more than one position in municipal government, and complaints about unfinished public works that were joint projects of three levels of government, which include the Casa de Cultura, the new hospital, and the roads of Sac Bajo, Rueda Medina, and Paseo de los Peces.

"Street Challenge" in soccer rapido
“Retas callejeras” en futbol rápido [+] Ver mas
Eight teams participated in the tournament in Salina Chica, sponsored by the municipal youth agency IMJUVE  la Instancia Municipal de la Juventud. The players were between the ages of 15 and 23. It was also announced they are close to signing the collaborative agreement, in order to open the islands' Interactive Center for Youth in colonia Canotal. This facility will give young people access to computers to do their homework and to make copies, and to access other materials that are needed for their studies. In upcoming days they will announce a graffiti contest whose main goal is to provide space for youths to express their ideas and art, without damaging private property. The IMJUVE offices are located in the library "17 de agosto" in colonia Salinas, but are moving to the Poder Joven/Youth Power center in Canotal.

Embarrassing "Urban Transport"
Vergonzoso “transporte urbano”.. [+] Ver mas
This urban transport service was paralyzed on Friday by a flat tire. The unit was spotted parked in amplification La Gloria, in front of the driver's house, Miguel Arceo. He explained that there was a flat tire on the right side, and no mechanical areal on  the island to have it serviced. It was  replaced around noon when the ARCEO staff could attend to it.
   When asked, the driver said he works  from 6:30am to 7pm Monday - Saturday and on Sunday he rests. His salary is from 10 to 15 percent of the total; so on a good day he earns 450 pesos, and on a bad day he brings home 250 pesos. The bus runs every half hour between 6:30 and 9:30 to take workers to the downtown hotels, and then the frequency is every 40 minutes until the end of the day.
   According to the contract signed in 2001, Isla Turicun agreed to provide service every 15 minutes along two routes to service Garrafon to Mundaca and from the colonia La Gloria along the perimeter road and northward past Colegio Bachilleres. This contract, whose term was 15 years, is due to expire in two years, with an option for renewal, but the real business of this company is an authorization to provide 500 units in Ciudad Mujeres, on the mainland area of Isla Mujeres.
   Bus service according to the contract should be from 6am to 11pm for a fee of 4 pesos. Many times passengers must wait in the port area for the unit, wasting time, and it is noted that there is a shortage of parking in the areas of Rueda Medina, where parking is needed for cars, scooters, and taxis. The newspaper thinks the government needs to review this concession and cancel the agreement, because there has been poor service and many breakdowns.

Politicizing the issue of mobile vendors
Politizan el asunto de los ambulantes[+] Ver mas
Former City Council member Emilio Sosa Medina is a small businessman on avenue Adolfo Lopez Mateos, where about 20 vendors have relocated. He says this is not a resolution to the problem and they should be transferred to unused public buildings. He said moving the vendors to the doors of his business is taking customers away from him because they are offering the same products at better prices, because they do not pay taxes.
      He has not ruled out taking legal action against this governmental decision, and is seeking a meeting with the Mayor to establish communication and encourage him to speed up the relocation of the vendors. He said this is a difficult situation for both parties,  which could lead to a physical confrontation, because there has already been a verbal confrontation in the one week since they have been relocated to this area.
   He suggest that the street venders be moved to the 'flea' market and to the mercados Javier Rojo Gomez and Audomaro Magana, and that appropriate signs be erected so tourists can find them there. As you know, more than a dozen vendors were removed from the beaches and the board walk of Rueda Medina by municipal authorities, after repeated complaints. No date has been set for them to occupy an alternative site, and it is hoped that this is resolved before the Easter holidays.  
      Representatives of those who were expelled are dissatisfied and consider this treatment humiliating while business leaders are in support of the campaign and do not want it relaxed. 

Church announces activities for Easter Week
Anuncia la Iglesia actividades de Semana Santa[+] Ver mas

Accusations in colonia Guadalupana
Acusado de promover invasión en La Guadalupana se deslinda de los hechos [+] Ver mas

There are accusations between José Dolores Rosado and Andrés Díaz, concerning an alleged attempt to take over housing in Guadalupana. Andres Diaz is a community leader in the irregular colonia of Guadalupana, who is not recognized as such by Sr. Rosado. 
     The police chief confirmed that the police came to the rescue, and that the alleged perpetrator was a certain "Pozolero". The officer said he does not know Sr Rosado. Sr Rosado told the reporter that he was with his family and denies knowledge of an alleged home invasion plan, saying this claim is unfounded and regrettable.
   The irregular colonia was established 9 years ago with more that 200 families. Its former leader passed away, El "Mucaro", Gaspar Gomez. There was a lawsuit some years ago against him, which alleged attempts to expel two families in exchange for money. Sr. Rosado denies that he is doing anything similar. He said he is always on time for his appointments, his work, and he always respects the law, and defends the property he occupies with good behavior and legal means.  It is recommended  a socio-economic study be conducted of all the families by the local authorities.

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 Charity Info
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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



Miguel'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, 530 to 730 pm
Sunday, Bahia Tortuga, The Sol Rockers, 630 to 900 pm 
Banda Sin Nombre at Chuuk Kay 3:30p Sat & Sun

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 Falten!! 
Fenix Sat ~1 or 2p Reggae/Cuban  

       Sun ~1 or 2p Salsa 
(Start times have been variable. 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 Falten!!
You may find live music after 9 or 10 on Hidalgo at Fayne's, La Terraza, or  Comono, and at Poc Na Hostel.
Saturday, April 5th from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Ken Wanovich is at Marina Paraiso

 Jeff Current's Schedule
5:30 - 7:30 Wednesday Bahia Tortuga
7-9 Fridays Marina Paraiso  


Texas Holdem Every Monday and Thursday
 at 6:00pm   El Patio Caribbean Grill


April 18 Good Friday  Two Reenactments of the Stations of the Cross / The Passion of Christ
10 am  Starting at Sacred Heart of Jesus in colonia La Gloria, going up  Paseo de las Aves, and by the park Las Tortugas, then over to prolongacion Rueda Medina, and entering the street by the new hospital, to come back to the church. 3000-4000 attendees expected
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 20 Children's Fishing Tournament  “Buenaventura Delgado Díaz-Coleguita” Sponsored by the DIF celebrating Children's Day

May 17- Sept. 17- Whale Shark Season