Monday, June 15, 2015

Isla Mujeres Daily News & Events Monday, June 15 ( &Yesterday's News: The Internet was down for nearly 24 hours)

The second issue of 
The Isla Mujeres Magazine
 to benefit Isla charities 
 is online, 
featuring  a variety of talented writers and photographers!
  Here's a link to the Magazine
 If you'd like to donate $15 to your favorite charity to have an ad in this 2015 issue, contact me at

This is the live webcam at North Beach / Playa Norte 


  From  Noticias de Diario de Quintana Roo ....

link to their Isla articles

 Worked continuously to de-silt the storm drains with severe flooding

 En desazolve de alcantarillas

Lanrry PARRA

ISLA MUJERES, 14 de junio.
 Various points in Isla Mujeres experienced severe flooding after more than 36 hours of heavy rains were recorded since yesterday morning.  The
    staff of Civil Protection were mobilized to de-silt and unblock storm drains and grates. The flooding affected traffic with some areas becoming to deep to transverse for many types of vehicles. There were comments on social networks about the accumulations of water at the baseball fiels El Pescador, on Rueda Medina, and on Hidalgo. There were unofficial reports of flooding of three homes, and that there were some moored boats that were swamped by the rain accumulating inside of them. The rains are expected to continue until tomorrow, and the staff of Civil Protection will be ready during the night to respond to any possible flooding of homes and flooding at various parts of the island. (Note on Monday morning....the rain has stopped and the flooding is resolved...tho the baseball field still has standing water.)

Captain ordered the port closed for general navigation

Cut off from the mainland

Capitanía ordena cierre general de puerto

Lanrry PARRA

ISLA MUJERES, 14 de junio.-
       At 12:30 today the Port Authority closed the port for general navigation, including the ferries between Puerto Juarez, Gran Puerto, and Punta Sam, due to gusting winds reaching 50 kilometers per hour. This is the first time in several years that these boats were suspended from crossing, which usually has only happened when there is a real threat of a hurricane.
      It is noted that before the general suspension of navigation, both passenger ferry companies had suspended at least two trips yesterday. The Harbor Master confirmed the General port closure at 12L30 and said that by 7am tomorrow the intensity of the winds and rains should have subsided and should allow the operation of the ferries.
      The ferries suspended their services after the early hours when they prepared to make their first crossings, but the intensity of the winds forced them to cancel the departures. There was at least one crossing cancelled on Saturday, due to the weather.


Concern at "La Lomita" over deterioration of anti-hurricane wall

Por deterioro del muro de contención para contrarrestar efectos meteorológicos

Lanrry PARRA
ISLA MUJERES, 13 de junio.-
 Residents who live in the downtown area known as "La Lomita" are concerned about deterioration of the anti-hurricane wall in their area and the 'gabions' (rock filed 'cages') in front of them which have fallen apart. They are concerned that they won't be adequately protected if there is a hurricane.  

Rain paralyzes activities

Flooding reported in various colonias

Reportan encharcamientos en diversas colonias

Lanrry PARRA
ISLA MUJERES, 13 de junio.-
Heavy rains stopped activities for the second time this week, which the port authorities say are forecast to continue through Sunday

Cabalgante riders keep their promise to the Sacred Heart of Jesus church 

A la iglesia del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús

Lanrry PARRA
ISLA MUJERES, 13 de junio.-
 There appeared to be up to 100 riders participating for the mounted parade that was scheduled to begin at 11am and which started at 1pm. Despite the constant rain, the event took place, involving fewer riders than expected. It began on Juarez Avenue, at the monument to Benito Juarez, traveling north to the cemetery, down Lopen Mateo to the monument to the Fishermen on Rueda Medina, where they headed toward the Sacred Heart of Jesus church in colonia La Gloria, traveling down the prolongation of Martinez Ross (they went south down the east side, thru "Aeropuerto" & "Bachilleres") until they reached the church, where they received the blessing of the priest, Raul Sanchez Alonso. The other planned events were cancelled due to the weather.


From the Municipal Facebook site.....  (you can join this FB page at this link)

~11am today:
Important Notice regarding Port operations: Closed to boats under 40 feet, as well as for tours to Isla Contoy, for sport fishing, for fishing ribereña, and to the whale sharks. Tours to El Farito are suspended until further notice. For boats over 40 feet; they are authorized to cross over to the island, but without additional activities such as snorkeling, diving, or para-sailing w the spinaker.

Aviso importante.
Condiciones de operación del puerto:
Se mantiene el puerto cerrado a embarcaciones menores de 40 pies.
Al igual que cruces a Isla Contóy, pesca deportiva, tiburón ballena y pesca ribereña.
El Farito continúa suspendido hasta nuevo aviso
Para las embarcaciones mayores de 40 pies, sólo está autorizado el cruce a la isla sin actividades adicionales como snorquel, buceo y spinaker.


 Classes are not suspended in Quintana Roo, despite information to the contrary on social networks.

*Las versiones que circulan en redes sobre una suspensión de clases son falsas, aclara José Alberto Alonso Ovando
CANCUN, Quintana Roo, 14 de junio.— La Secretaría de Educación y Cultura informó que NO se ha dispuesto la suspensión de clase en las escuelas de Quintana Roo y desmintió las versiones que circulan en redes sociales en sentido contrario, información que asentó, es totalmente falsa
Dijo que hasta este momento no hay ninguna recomendación del Consejo Estatal de Protección Civil, ni de la Coordinación Estatal de Protección Civil para que la SEyC ordene la suspensión de clases, por lo que, hasta este momento las actividades escolares en todo el Estado serán normales.
Desmintió las versiones que circulan en redes sociales en el sentido que se suspendieron las clases en todo el Estado, y dijo que esta información está siendo enviada dolosamente para causar confusión, por lo que exhortó a los padres de familias, maestros y alumnos a hacerle caso omiso.
—La instancia que puede suspender las actividades escolares es la Secretaría de Educación y Cultura, previa valoración de las recomendaciones de protección civil, hasta ahora no tenemos esa recomendación, y por lo tanto no se ha ordenado ninguna suspensión de labores para mañana, por lo que se tendrán labores normales en todos los planteles del Estado —puntualizó José Alberto Alonso Ovando.

Weather bulletin  (I'm not translating this since it is outdaed.)
Boletín meteorológico.
*Se espera una temperatura máxima de 30 grados centígrados y mínima de 23. La sensación térmica será de 31
CHETUMAL, Quintana Roo, 13 de junio.— Canal de baja presión (vaguada) en la Península de Yucatán, continúa con movimiento lento al noroeste, en su circulación periférica impulsa aire marítimo tropical con moderado contenido de humedad, ocasiona nubosidad y lluvias con chubascos acompañados de actividad eléctrica aislada en el Estado, informó Jaime Villasano Espejo, meteorólogo de la Coordinación estatal de Protección Civil.
Por su parte, la onda tropical número 5, ubicada en el Mar Caribe, al suroeste de la Isla de Jamaica y hasta el este de Panamá, se mueve al oeste y ocasiona nubosidad y lluvias sobre su área de influencia; no presenta condiciones favorables de evolucionar en un sistema tropical, de acuerdo al Centro Nacional de Huracanes de Miami, Florida, E.U.A.
Asimismo, la onda tropical número 6, localizada también en el Mar Caribe, al sureste de la Isla de Puerto Rico y hasta el este de Venezuela, se mueve al oeste, provoca nubosidad y lluvias sobre su área de influencia, pero tampoco presenta condiciones favorables de evolucionar en un sistema tropical, según información del Centro Nacional de Huracanes de Miami, Florida, E.U.A.
El clima probable para los municipios de Benito Juárez, Lázaro Cárdenas, Isla Mujeres, Cozumel, Solidaridad y Tulum será de cielo nublado con lluvias, acompañadas de actividad eléctrica, viento fresco del este y sureste de entre 25 y 35 kilómetros por hora y rachas de hasta 50 kilómetros por hora.
Para José María Morelos, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, Othón P. Blanco y Bacalar se espera cielo nublado, lluvias con actividad eléctrica, viento fresco del este y sureste de entre 25 y 35 kilómetros por hora y rachas de hasta 50 kilómetros por hora.
Se pronostica una temperatura máxima de 30 grados centígrados y mínima de 23; la sensación térmica será de 31.

The municipal Civil Protection agency of Isla Mujeres released this weather bulletin for the upcoming hours
La Dirección de Protección Civil del Municipio de Isla Mujeres, comparte el boletín meteorológico para las siguientes horas.

Important advisory: The last cruise from Isla Mujeres to Puerto Juarez today will be at 9pm and service will be resumed after the next bulletin.
Posted ~8p Saturday....
Aviso importante, el último cruce de Isla Mujeres a Puerto Juárez será hoy a las 9 de la noche reanudándose el servicio hasta nuevo aviso.

Always attentive to the needs of the community in extraordinary situations due to the rain, there were brigades providing necessary services.
Siempre atentos a atender a la población en caso de situaciones extraordinarias por las lluvias, nos ocupamos de realizar las brigadas pertinentes.

With an attitude of anticipation and prevention, in recent days the storm drains have been cleaned and desilted in various locations around the isle.
Con anticipación y bajo el lema de la cultura de la prevención, nos encargamos durante los días previos, de la limpieza y desazolve de alcantarillas de diferentes rumbos de la ínsula.


link to Quequi;s Isla Mujeres articles  

  Flooding threatens at Salina Grande
  • Amenaza desbordar Salina Grande


    Amenaza desbordar Salina Grande

    0 15 de junio de 2015


    Suspension of crossings


Suspenden las corridasSuspenden las corridas

0 15 de junio de 2015By Carlos Gasca

Turistas quedan atrapados en la terminal marítima de la ínsula.
    Dozens of domestic and foreign tourists were trapped at the Maritime Terminal, when the Port Authority suspended all trips due to strong winds gusting up to 75 kph. The Harbor Master, Ismael Gonazalez Gil, said that althought the port was closed to general navigation in the afternoon, Ultramar had offered hourly crossings in the morning. Their last trip was at 12:30pm when the port was closed, leaving a long line of passengers waiting to board.
      There was a similar occurence at the cargo ferry where vehicles were loaded on boatd, awaiting authorization to depart, but this never came due to the strong winds that occurred.
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Port remains closed


From Tvisla Mujeres (You can join this fb page at this link)

Ferries are operating normally however restrictions continue for small boats
Servicios náuticos de ruta ya operan con normalidad, sin embargo, continua restricción a la navegación menor

Gov. Borge advises there is NO suspension of classes, contrary to information of social networks.
#‎Aviso‬: El Gobernador @betoborge informa que NO habrá suspensión de clases, desmintiendo la información que ha sido divulgada en redes.

Despite the recommendations, many boats were damaged as a result of heavy rains in IslaMujeres
Pese a las recomendaciones, muchas embarcaciones sufrieron daños a consecuencia de las fuertes lluvias en IslaMujeres


The continuous rains again caused havoc in the streets and avenues of Isla Mujeres, particularly those areas that suffer flooding year after year with heavy rainfall.…/proteccion-civil-vigila-…/
Las constantes lluvias nuevamente provocaron estragos en calles y avenidas de Isla mujeres, principalmente aquellas zonas inundables que año con año sufren a consecuencia de las precipitaciones pluviales.

Youths respond enthusiastically to the conference Friday night by Gabriel Wabi about responsible use of social media.
La noche de este viernes tuvo lugar una...

National weather advisory  posted by CONAGUA  
Retweeted CONAGUA Clima (@conagua_clima):
‪#‎Aviso‬ de pronóstico nacional a corto plazo de las 21 h

Isla Mujeres. -A pesar de las constantes lluvias, este sábado se llevó a cabo a la Primera Gran Cabalgata de Isla Mujeres, con dos horas atraso en la hora de salida prevista pare...
Even in the rain, riders made the first Cabalgata Ride of Isla MujeresIsla Mujeres. -Even Though the rain was continuous, on Saturday the First Grand Cabalgata Parade of Isla Mujeres was held, with two hours delay in the scheduled departure time  ..

Bad weather suspended ferry crossings to Isla Mujeres with gusts up to 55 kilometers per hour and sustained winds of 45 kilometers per hour.....
Ráfagas de hasta 55 kilómetros por hora y vientos sostenidos de 45 kilómetros por hora, obligaron a...

Isla Mujeres awoke to the port closed to GENERAL navigation (all types of boats)
Amanece Isla Mujeres con cierre de puerto GENERAL (Para todo tipo de embarcaciones); incluyendo Transbordadores

Area of instability with strong rains affects five states
Zona de inestabilidad afectará con lluvias fuertes a cinco estados

Fishermen are urged to maintain constant viligance on their boats to avoid having them swamped by the rain
Exhortan a pescadores de ‪#‎IslaMujeres‬ a vigilar constantemente sus embarcaciones para evitar hundimiento por lluvias
Ultramar authorized to operate; leaving Isla Mujeres every hour and medias from Gran Puerto
Autorizan operaciones a la empresa Ultramar; Salidas cada hora desde Isla Mujeres y medias desde Gran Puerto

Yesterday ~11am
IslaBlanca ferry was about to set sail on its first crossing but strong winds put a stop to its operation!
Transbordador IslaBlanca se disponía a zarpar en su primer cruce pero fuertes vientos han frenado su operación!
Yesterday ~10am
Ultramar crossing suspended until further notice. Harbor Master maintains restriction for general navigation (all boats).
#‎DeUltimaHora‬ Ultramar suspende cruces hasta nuevo aviso! Capitania mantiene restricción a la navegación en general!

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From  por esto Link to their Isla Mujeres articles

Chaos in the city
Caos en la ciudad. [+] Ver mas
     There was flooding on several downtown streets, including Juarez where some families were concerned that if it continued the water may come into their homes. People also expressed concerns about loss of income. Streets experiencing flooding included Rueda Medina, Nicolas Bravo, Hidalgo, Abasolo, and Madero. 
     The Teyer family on Madero said they awoke to 15 centimeters of water in the street outside, and every time a vehicle passed out front, water would enter their home.Some business owners are considering cooperating together to submit a letter to the City asking that this problem be addressed, which represents bad publicity for Isla Mujeres.

Concern about a section of anti-hurricane wall
Aviso sobre la debilidad del muro. [+] Ver mas
There is concern over the area located near the Aguakan pump, near the courthouse Juzgado Mixto de Primera Instancia, where the wall was rebuilt after Hurricane Wilma. There is concern that if a Hurricane as strong as Gilberto in 1988 occurs that this and other sections of the wall may not provide adequate protection.

Concern over raising water levels in the lakes
Alarma por crecimiento de las Salinas.. [+] Ver mas


Conference about responsible use of social networks
Conferencia sobre uso responsable de redes sociales .. [+] Ver mas

Neither rain nor winds stopped the cabalgata
Ni lluvia ni vientos detuvieron la cabalgata [+] Ver mas

Rain returned to flood low areas
Lluvias volvieron a inundar confluencia baja [+] Ver mas

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Fine dining a few steps away at Da Luisa or try the traditional neighborhood eateries a couple blocks farther. Stroll five minutes down the coastal sidewalk to Mango Cafe, Bufalo, Bahama Mama, Compadres Barbacoa or Manolitos. Walk less than 10 minutes to shop at Chedraui or to dine at Green Verde, Kash Kechen Chuc, or Seso Loco. Visit marinas, bars, & beach clubs that are minutes away by bike or on foot. Our guests recommend the Yoga classes a couple villas away at hotelito Casa Ixchel. Fresh juice, produce & tortillas a few blocks away in the village, as well as a variety of other stores and small local restaurants.

June Events

Sunrise ~6:05a
Sunset  ~7:25p

Moonrise over the Caribbean
June 1  6:40
June 2  7:35
June 3  8:30
June 4  9:25
June 5  10:17
June 6  11:06
June 7  11:54

In the US, June is Caribbean-American Heritage month. Link.
In the US, June is also National Oceans Month  Link

June has the longest daylight hours of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and the shortest daylight hours of the year in the Southern Hemisphere,

June 1, Monday  Dia de la Marina..Navy Day
10am Ceremonies at Naval base plaza.
10:40 Boats depart for ceremonial placing of wreath on the waters of the Bay commemorating those who died in service.
The first and last Ultramar ferries are cancelled.
The cargo ferry is running fewer crossings. (Departing the island at  06:00, 09:30, 12:45, 16:15 and 19:15; and departing Punta Sam at, 07:15, 11:00, 14:45, 17:30 and 20:15.)

June 4 Thursday  Corpus Christi...a religious holiday

June 5, Friday  World Environmental Day
 Town Square 9a-noon First Isla Mujeres Environmental Fair 2015 
The Navy will have a booth showing their diving equipment as well as their rescue program to combat pollution at sea, and a conference that is open to the public entitled "Mangroves".
The CFE (Federal Electrical Commission) will have a exhibition of various ways to produce electricity, aimed at grade school children.
The Human Rights Commission will have a booth and the state Director will inaugurate the fair, with the Mayor.
The labor union CROC is supplying volunteers and had donated ornamental plants, to be used for reforestation.
 The DIF is participating and will be giving away discs showing how to conserve water.
 Aguakan will have a booth, who often work with NGO's.
The Maritime Terminal is organizing a Drawing Contest titled "A Child's View of Caring for Nature" ( “la mirada de los niños en cuidado de la naturaleza”), and the ferry company will be responsible for the prizes.
The Veterinary Clinic of Isla Mujeres (La Clínica Veterinaria de Isla Mujeres AC) will have animals available for adoption and materials available about pet care.
The Tortugranja (Turtle Farm) will have a booth about the work they do as programs for reproduction and care for sea turtles.
The Municipal Ecology department are actively participating and will have a booth featuring the actions of their agency in favor of ecology.
The NGO Green Patrol/Paturlla Verde will present photographs from 15 years of educational work on the island.

June 7, Sunday  Election Day (for Federal legislators)  Restriction of sale of alcohol to go and in some local bars. Alcohol has been sold in tourist bar-restaurants during past elections.

June 8, Monday World Ocean's Day  Link   

You are invited to a Dance Workshop of Caribbean Rhythms, starting June 8th at the Mundaca Hacienda Palapa. 20 pesos. For more information contact the Cultural department 877 0767

June 13, Saturday 10am or 11am 1st Gran Cabalgata (Mounted Parade) on Rueda Medina, from downtown in front of the Ferry Terminal along Rueda Medina until the Unidad Deprotiva (colonia Salina Chica?), where they will go toward Jesus Martinez Ross Avenue, then to the intersection of Paseo de los Peces in colonia La Gloria and over to the coastal road, to the southern part of the isle, stopping at the paths (dirt roads) in that area. After the horses drink water, they will take the same route back north to the chapel La Guadalupe and then gather at the El Pescador ballbark.(in front of Cheraui) The procession is expected to take about three hours. There will be a special brigade to remove the feces, and there will be collaboration with the Traffic police and Civil Protection to ensure a safe event. There will be entertainment at the park until 7pm, including the band "Laguna Verde". A donation of 20 pesos will contribute to the fund for the construction of a seminary being built in Bonfil.
  The procession will include riders from  Tizimín, Kantunilkín, Valladolid, Cancún and Isla Mujeres. Rain is forecast for Saturday, which could cancel the event.

June 13, Saturday   API pier or Magana (wooden) pier   Submarine tours begin in Isla Mujeres 300 pesos  "Discover the sea without even getting wet while enjoying a drink & appreciating the seabed of our beloved island. For all ages. 9841762052 Gabriel."  (From Merca Isla on FB)

June 17-21 Brazos Abiertos (Open Arms) Seventh Annual Isla Mujeres HIV Testing, Sexual Education, and Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Campaign
LINK to information & opportunity to donate

June 21, Sunday  Summer solstice
                             Father's Day
June 26 & 27, Friday & Saturday  Women's Fishing Tournament.   La Dorada,   Organized by DIF. More than 500,000 pesos in prizes. Entry fee 3000 pesos

June 27, Saturday  Noche de Estrellas

Thursdays at 8:30p Magic show at Poc Na  see poster

Fridays Artes en Todas Partes events TBA

Texas Hold 'Em Poker Mondays & Thurdays at El Patio 6p on Hidalgo..more info HERE.
Discontinued for low season

No Artists Fairs since April, scheduled to resume in November 

July 11 Isla to Isla Open Water Swimming Event to arrive at Posada del Mar beach. Followed by samples of seafood from local restaurants 

Saturday, July 18 to Friday, July 24- Whale Shark Festival

 Charity Info
See tab at top of page!

Donation Drop offs:
Red Cross:  Social Justicia Restaurant (south of ferry terminal, north of car ferry)
Isla Animals: Vet clinic at Mundaca Hacienda

 Books for Grade School Reading Program, Items for Isla Animals, Diabetes Supplies, Items for Little Yellow School House, Moto Helmets for kids...Barlitos @ Marina Paraiso

For donations to Zapatos Para Los Ninos.. please contact Greg at, or find them on Facebook at "Shoes For The Children."


Miguel's schedule (may need updating):
Sunday: The Sol Rockers @ El Patio 9p - 11p
Monday: Miguel solo @ El Patio 6:30p - 8:30p
Tuesday: La Banda Sin Nombre @ El Patio 9:15p - 11:15p
Wednesday: The Sol Rockers@ El Patio 7p - 9p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a
Thursday: Miguel Solo @ el Patio 6p - 8p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a
Friday: Marina Paraiso 7p - 9p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a, Adelita's 12a - 2a
Saturday: Marina Paraiso 7p - 9p, Faynes 10:30p - 12:00a, Adelita's 12a - 2a

 John Cain's schedule  (Updated June 1)
Sunday & Wednesday 7:30pm - 9:30pm   El Patio Sol Rockers 
Thursday Bahia Tortuga 6:45-8:45 
Saturday. El Patio solo  630-830 

 El Patio House of Music (Updated June 1)

Sunday Jazz from Toronto 5-7, Sol Rockers 7:30-9:30, Isla Cali 9:30-11:30
Monday Jazz from Toronto 5-7, Miguel 7:30-9:30, Isla Cali 9:30-11:30 
Tuesday Jazz from Toronto 5-7,  Ryan Rickman 7-9:30, Banda sin Nombre 9:30-11:30
Wednesday  Sol Rockers 7:30-9:30, Radio Band 9:30-11:30
Thursday Closed for the month of June
Friday Ryan Rickman 7-9:30, Radio Band 9:30-11:30
Saturday John Cain 7:30-9:30, Isla Cali 9:30-11:30

Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo 
Mon - Tues 7pm - 9pm - Jazz with Norman and Darin 
Wed- Sat 8pm - 11pm - Tips or Sex aka Alfedo & Jorge

Fenix  ~2p~5p   Live music at the beach in the afternoons on Sundays. Salsa, Cumbia, Cuban music. Update June 13: Music Fri, Sat, Sun. ~2p.

Bahia Tortuga  John Cain on Thursdays and Lara  on Mondays...~7p (Updated June 1)

You may find live music at night on Hidalgo 
Fayne's: 10:30-12 (see above)
La Terraza: ~10-12 
Morgan's:  Between 7 & 11 (see above)
El Patio (see above)
Poc Na Hostel: Starting ~10p to late
Veradara's Cuban restaurant  Saturdays ~3p Cuban music


 Artist Fairs on the Town Square, usually first Thursday, 4p-9p ~Nov-April. 
Now the City is having Arte en Todas Partes events on Fridays.

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