Saturday, May 16, 2015

Isla Mujeres Daily News & Events Saturday, May 16

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

Please share the charity document, patronize the supportive businesses, & enjoy the articles, photos, & videos! 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

Downtown residents concerned about flooding

Vecinos de la zona Centro

Lanrry PARRA

ISLA MUJERES, 15 de mayo.-
With the approach of the hurricane and rainy season, which could cause severe flooding, downtown residents are requesting that the municipal authorities clean out the storm drain system and repair any broken grates. On Thursday, federal authorities announced that the rainy season this year would be stronger than last year. Residents also want the drainage pumps reviewed and ready, particularly entrepreneurs on Hidalgo, which is the lowest area downtown and susceptible to flooding.

Council for Economic Development approve creation of regulations 

De Consejo para el Desarrollo Económico

Lanrry PARRA

ISLA MUJERES, 15 de mayo.-
This morning at the 42nd Regular Session, the City Council approved the document,  "Regulations of the Council for Economic and Social Development of the Municipality of Isla Mujeres".(“Reglamento del Consejo para el Desarrollo Económico y Social del Municipio de Isla Mujeres”)      
       It was submitted for consideration by the City Council members who are members of the Commission for Social Development and Citizen Participation (Comisión de Desarrollo Social y Participación Ciudadana). The president of this Commission is Rosely Danilú Magaña Martínez; the secretary is Víctor Alfonso Osorio Magaña, and the speaker (?"vocal") is Pedro Abirán Fuentes Cruz.
   As background for this document which was just approved, it should be recalled that during the 35th Regular Session, on January 31, 2015, the Mayor presented a proposal for the creation the "Regulations of the Council for Economic and Social Development of the Municipality of Isla Mujeres" to be drafted and then later presented to the Council for analysis, study, and subsequent opinion. 
     Aldermen of the Commission created the document and presented it to the full City Council for approval and establishment of the Regulations whose considerations include: Strengthening the system of democracy so the public can participate in an organized manner in the study and analysis of the real social problems and necessities of the community, and for the development and promotion of solutions and projects for the benefit of the community with direct and effective cooperation of the residents in the implementation of programs for public works and services. For this reason, they created the Consultative Council for the Social and Economic Development of the Municipality. (Consejo Consultivo para el Desarrollo Económico y Social del Municipio).
    It is also necessary and important to strengthen the role of the municipal government in relation to economic and social development, becoming an entity that is attentive, caring, and effective in addressing the problems that arise in these areas, achieving harmonious participation from everyone, including each of the governmental agencies, as well as those of the social sector, business sector, and academic sector, to make this important work effective. 
     Among the powers and duties of the City government is the promotion of political, economic, and social development in the community, and for the creation of collaboration between government and civic organizations, as well as regulation of their operations.
     In this context, they have established the Council for Economic and Social Development; comprised of governmental, social, business, and academic sectors; whose main objective is to participate in the development and implementation of programs of economic and social development for the town, which is considered essential. This decree was approved, and becomes law after its publication in the official state publication and replaces any existing legal provision to the contrary.

In anticipation of turtles: Monitoring committee installed for protection and preservation 

Instalan comité de vigilancia para su protección y preservación

Lanrry PARRA
ISLA MUJERES, 15 de mayo.-
  Turtles began arriving to nest on Isla Mujeres earlier this week, and three nests of Green turtles are being protected at the Tortugranja. They will be kept in incubation pens and released after the hatchlings emerge. 
     Meanwhile for the past week, staff of the facility have been doing preparatory work for the breeding season of endangered sea turtles. This work includes cleaning and conditioning the sand of about four beaches along the eastern coast of the island, and preparing the incubation corrals for the eggs at the Tortugranja, explained the Director,  Raciel Rivero Cobá, who is coordinating the work. This work is being carried out over a couple of weeks by the Tortugranja staff, who will be responsible for monitoring the arrival of sea turtles at night, when they arrive to nest. In addition, the staff is expected to have assistance from staff of the municipal Civil Protection agency, and from the Navy of the Fifth Region, who are based here on the island.
     The inauguration of the Supervisory Committee for the Protection  of Sea Turtles and the preservation of the species was inaugurated at noon today at the City Hall.


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

Coordinated by the Sports Department, the inaugural paintball tournament "Gotcha" was held, and with high emotions this extreme sport will continue through Sunday May 17
Con la coordinación de la Dirección Municipal de Deportes, se llevó a cabo la inauguración del Primer Torneo de Gotcha en Isla Las emociones de este deporte extremo se podrán vivir hasta este domingo 17.
 The tournament of "Gotcha" is being held in Isla Mujeres, with excitement, there are three days of this extreme to the fullest.
En Isla Mujeres vivimos con emoción el 1er Torneo de Gotcha, son tres días de deporte extremo que viviremos al máximo.
On this Teacher's Day, we pay tribute with joy to those who with their daily work contribute their best to the formation of a better Mexico every day.
Con jubilo en este Día del Maestro rendimos merecido homenaje a quienes con su labor diaria aportan lo mejor de si para la formación de un México cada día mejor.

With our gratitude and appreciation to the men and women who give their lives to teaching in this Teacher's Day,  we we share bread and salt and our good wishes.
Con nuestra gratitud y reconocimiento a las mujeres y hombres que entregan su vida a la enseñanza, en este Día del Maestro compartimos el pan y la sal y nuestros buenos deseos.
Today 15th of May. Teacher's Day.The City congratulates and thanks all the teachers for their extraordinary daily work in schools.Happy day to all teachers in Isla Mujeres.


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

Noti Isla Mujeres (you can join this page on FB at this link & view the photos)


From  por esto Link to their Isla Mujeres articles

Plan de la Semarnat no satisface[+] Ver mas

Lack of satisfaction with SEMARNAT plan

A few days ago, the Wildlife Department (DGVS-Dirección General de Vida Silvestre), of SEMARNAT,  posted the management plan on their website that governs this season of swimming with and watching the whale sharks in the Aguas Azules area (Blue Waters), without consideration of the opinions of the licensees from Isla Mujeres, Holbox, Chiquilá and Cancún.
    Although a meeting took place in November of last year with the licensees which was attended by representative of the DGVS Fernando Sanchez Camacho, where there was a commitment to consider the social proposal ("propuesta social"..I think this means a committment by the government to consider the proposals of the association of licensees. ) to reduce the capacity carried by that area, but in reality the proposal was not accepted. The governmental plan was imposed when it was officially published on April 28th, said Kim Lima in a telephone interview, who is a member of the board of the association that includes 45 licensees. She said to contact Marcelo Cupul, president of the group, who led the negotiations in which they considered these proposals that were in the end published by the proponents.
        The association hopes that the officials will reconsider the management plan of the licensees, and that some parts of their proposal may be considered during the month of June. Among the points that this group proposes is that the boats are off work one day per week. But the officials plan is very strict, with one day off for each day on, and it creates two groups that go out on alternate days for a total of 160 boats daily.

"One day on, one day off"
 For group 1, departures are on days 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31 in May; 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 , 24, 26, 28, 30 in June; 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30 in July; 1, 3, 5, 7 , 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31 in August; 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16 in September. Group 2  goes out on days 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, in May; 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23 , 25, 27  29 in June; 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31 in July; 2, 4, 6, 8 , 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30 in August; 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17 September.
   The management plan was signed by the Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT); by Undersecretary of Management for Protection of the Environment; and the Director General of Wildlife. It states, "It is established that only 160 boats per day are authorized. There will be two groups,with  each group having up to 160 boats, which may undertake the activity of watching and swimming with whale sharks alternately during the season of observation."
     Regarding the sizes of the boats, this legislation indicates the vessels may be up to 11 meters or 36 feet in length, except for boats of 12 meters may be used if they were authorized in previous seasons for swimming and observing the whale sharks.
   The number of passengers allowed depends on the length of the boat, which is established on the Certificado de Seguridad Marítima (Maritime Safety Certificate), effective during official season. The limits are as follows:   Length of up to 7.60 meters (25 feet), 6 passengers; up to 7.90 m (26 ft), 7 passengers; up to 8.20m (27 feet), 8 passengers; up to 8.50m (28 feet), 9 passengers; up to 11m (36 feet), 10 passengers; and boats up to 12 meters "authorized in previous seasons," may have 10 passengers.
    Regarding restrictions and bans, they are similar to those of the Whale Shark Biosphere that is found to the northern side of Aguas Azules (Blue Waters). Prohibitions include: Use of sunscreen or suntan lotion  unless it is biodegradable;  to harass, ride, play with, or damage the whale sharks in any way; to obstruct their course with either boats or swimmers; to use engines with a "drive" (usar motores de “propulsión”); to use small rowing boats like kayaks, dinghies, lifeboats, etc.; to swim near the whale sharks; to use flash or artificial lighting in the water; to use recorders, megaphones, or any device that may produce noise or sounds that could disturb the animals or tourists; to throw or dispose of any waste; and to collect, capture, fish for, or transport any specimens, parts, or derivatives of any wildlife species.

Proliferation of stray cats
Proliferan gatos callejeros [+] Ver mas
The presence of stray cats remains out of control, with 98% of those found in the street having no owner, and authorities are urged to apply the local laws, said veterinarian Delfino Guevara, who showed the reporter statistics he has kept since 2001.
    He collaborated voluntarily in sterilization campaigns of cats and dogs, which ended in 2013 when the statistics indicated that in the case of the dogs, almost all of those in the streets had owners. He said, "Authorities must apply the laws and regulations to improve public awareness. There is no other way to control it. Each year we have carried out two sterilization campaigns, but the animals continue copulating during the period when sterilization for no charge is pending, and because of this the problems have not been resolved, at this time."
    By applying the laws, dogs and cats could get the proper attention they need, so that anyone who does not have their pet in conditions that provide 6 square meters for their dogs with shade and area for recreation, or who do not collect the feces when they go out for a walk will have a fine applied, and even imprisonment for those who mistreat or kill an animal, or for lack of medical attention.
    In the case of the cats he recommended a plan of ongoing sterilization and preventive capture in the public streets, which will require the time of many volunteers. (I think for feral cats, this means trapping, sterilizing, and re-releasing them back to their territory ) The government has the ability to solicit the assistance of many volunteers at the high schools; for example with the assignment of social work toward achieving the goal, he said.
    He estimates there are ~2000 dogs in the streets, each creating 100 grams of feces, representing 200 kilos daily, six tonnes monthly, and 72 tonnes annually. These statistics are worsened in consideration of the action of the winds which creates a potential danger of germs affecting the health of children and seniors. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the government to do its job and not try to delegate the responsibility to civil organizations.
    During this interview which was conducted at the veterinary hospital run by Delfino Guevara Collazo, a box was brought in with two recently born kittens, and when the vet examined them, one had already died, and he deduced from experience that they are offspring of a pet in a home. He said, "Since most people do not want more cats, they bring them here to me claiming that they found them in the street. The babies are from a cat in their house, but they do not want more cats, and these stories are continuous. And it is the same with dogs."

Protection for turtles
Protección para las tortugas] Ver mas
The Committee was installed for the Protection of Sea Turtles during the 2015 season, whose goal is to rescue hundreds of nests along nine beaches of Isla Mujeres, beginning this Friday and continuing through October 15th.
   There is a Management Plan to execute this municipal program, in coordination with the federal government. This Committee was installed to execute and evaluate progress during the season. "The goal is to increase the population and conserve the species that arrive on our shores, to raise awareness of the general public, and to involve them in  the activities of the nesting turtles and in  the releases of the hatchlings, said the head of the program, Raciel Rivero.
   The night time surveillance is expected to take place in a continuous manner on the nine beaches were turtles of the species hawksbill, green, and loggerhead arrive to spawn, with collection of the eggs and their transfer to the incubation pen at the Tortugranja facility. All of this is challenging.
     This is set forth in the regulations of  NOM-162-SEMARNAT-2012, for the five month season. At the Committee's inauguration, the Director gave a speech explaining the goals, there was a brief overview about the existing species,and discussion about the principles of incubation in Isla Mujeres. The official said the night time watches are conducted by staff of the Tortugranja, of Civil Protection, of the Navy, and the Police, as well as citizen volunteers. During the event, biologist Gisela Maldonado Saldana, who is an advisor for the projects of Amigos of Isla Contoy, gave a speech about the importance of the preservation of sea turtles.
     The Director of the municipal Ecology agency, Carlos Barranco, said Isla Mujeres is fortunate to be on the forefront of conservation of these species, which is part of the island's culture and identity. At the event there was a symbolic presentation of 'quipos' (equipment?) to five night workers.

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 Kitchen in a large studio. (Sur & Norte are identical)
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Large studio (Norte), I'm standing in the kitchen

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Large studio (Sur) with Queen & Single bed. Slider door & view are behind me.

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.

May Events

Sunrise ~6:15a
Sunset  ~7:10p

Moonrise over the Caribbean
May 2  6:10
May 3  7:01
May 4  7:54
May 5  8:48
May 6  9:43
May 7 10:36

Thursday, April 30 Regata del Sol al Sol Cocktail Party at Ballyho's (1:30), Poker Run (3:30p), Mayor's Reception (7p)

Thursday, April 30 Dia del Nino / Children's Day

May 1, Friday:  Dia del Trabajo - Labor Day. A national public holiday with political and labor union marches and official speeches. Schools, banks and government offices are closed.

May 1. Friday:  Regata del Sol al Sol Amigo's Regatta: Children board (10:30a), Departure (~11:30a) Awards ceremony at Buhos (7p)

May 3, Sunday: Dia de la Santa Cruz - Day of the Holy Cross
This celebration dates back to colonial times. Construction workers decorate crosses with flowers and mount them on buildings under construction, and have picnics at the site.

May 5. Tuesday: Cinco de Mayo (Battle of Puebla). No school. This date is commemorated more enthusiastically in the US, as general celebration of Mexican culture (and opportunity for abundant consumption of salsa, chips, and Mexican beer.).
      Here it is an 'optional' holiday (office & bank closings vary state to state) commemorating the victory of Mexican troops against a large number of French troops in 1862.
        (Then, more French troops arrived, sending Benito Juarez's government into exile, and Maximilian was crowned emperor of Mexico in 1864. At the time, the US was involved with its Civil War, 1861-65.  {Link:How Battle of Puebla affected US Civil War.} Then the US supported Mexico and invoked the Monroe Doctrine against European involvement in the Western Hemisphere. Napoleon III withdrew French troops in 1866.)

Soggy Peso is having a Cinco de Mayo party w Jeff Current playing music 5-7:30

May 6, Wednesday...Inauguration of a painting exhibit at the Magana Maritime Terminal-continues for 2 weeks:  “Mujeres del Caribe, Arte en Todas Partes”

Thursdays at 8:30p at Poc Na


May 8, Friday: Artes en Todas Partes event, maybe. TBA
                         7th Annual Water Rally (Teens compete in teams & learn about water conservation and processing)
May 10, Sunday: Mothers Day (Restaurants will be busy, and florists & mariachis.)

May 14, Thursday...see PocNa poster

May 15, Friday: Teacher's Day.  No School.
                            Artes en Todas Partes Event, maybe,TBA.
                            Start of Turtle Nesting Protection Program along the eastern coast and the eggs are incubated at the Tortugranja, with public releases of hatchlings in the fall.  (Hawksbills begin laying in earlier, so tours are made to watch for their nests starting ~May 1)
                              Start of the Whale Shark tour season may vary and continues until ~Sept. 15th
May 16, Saturday
You're invited to the annual pink wig breakfast, with raffle, gifts and awards. 200 peso donation. You and your friends can wear your favorite color and of various colors, in the design you prefer. Tickets available at the offices of Por Siempre Viva, phone 8770073

~May 17, Sunday  Scheduled beginning of the Whale Shark tour season (Thru ~September 15). It is also turtle mating season, mostly noticed offshore at Punta Sur.

May 21, Thursday...see Poc Na poster

Fishing Tournament May 22, 23, & 24 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

(May 22 & 23: From Xcaret to Cozumel:  Travesia Sagrada Maya - Sacred Mayan Journey. Recreating the pilgrimage of the ancient Maya to worship the Goddess lxChel, canoeists in pre-hispanic-style vessels race approximately 17 miles.)

 May 28-30 Posada Beach: Maya Riviera Film Festival

May 29, Friday No School (Last Friday of Month...Technical Meetings)

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

No Artists Fair in May, scheduled to resume in November 

  The Women's Fishing Tournament, "La Dorada", organized by the DIF is planed for June 26 & 27.

 Charity Info
See tab at top of page!

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, 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."

Music: Schedule may change for low season  

(By band & location)

Miguel's high season schedule:
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  
Sunday & Wednesday 7:30pm - 9:30pm   ElPatio Sol Rockers 
Thursday Bahia Tortuga 6:45-8:45

Saturday. El Patio solo  630-830 

 El Patio House of Music...(formerly Comono)

Sundays 7:30-9:30 - Sol Rockers
Mondays 630 to 830 Miguel / 830 to 1130 Ryan Rickman -

 Tuesdays  9-11 Banda Sin Nombre
Wednesdays 7:30 to 9:30 Sol Rockers /  DJ 9-12
Thursdays 6 to 8 Miguel
 Fridays 630 to 815 Fabio & Ryan / band 830 to 1130 
Saturdays 7:30-9:30 John Cain solo Country music / 830 to 1130 Ryan and Band..

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

Javier Martinez Cen La Banda Sin Nombre has played for 12 years at Faynes, we needed some days off, so less than a year a go, we let the band Radios play for us (at the same stage same time), they are great! LBSN play Weds/Saturday from 10:30 till 12, Fridays and Saturdays we also play next door, at Adelitas, just salsa music, from 12:39 till 2:00  (I'm not sure if this is still current
Banda Sin Nombre at Chuuk Kay 3:30p Sat & Sun ?? Now Playitas

Fenix  ~1p~4p   Live music at the beach in the afternoons on weekends

Bahia Tortuga has live music at times...announced on their streetside signboard. John Cain is there on Thursdays and Lara is there on Mondays...~7p

You may find live music at night on Hidalgo 
Fayne's: 10:30-12 (see above)
La Terraza: 9 or 10-12 
Morgan's:  7 or 8 - 9 or 11 (see above)
El Patio (see above)

 Poc Na Hostel: 9:30-11

Saturday afternoon ~3-5 Cuban music at Veradara's Cuban restaurant

Here's Music by day of the week

Monday -
 Fenix-Chucho 2-4
Miguel solo @ El patio 6:30 - 8:30
Ryan Rickman @ El patio 8:30 - 11:30
Jazz with Norman and Darin 7-9p Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Tuesday -   
Fenix Cuban musicians 2-4
Banda Sin Nombre @ El Patio house of music 9:15-11:15
Jazz with Norman and Darin 7-9p Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Wednesday -
 Fenix live music Chucho? 2-4
Sol Rockers @El patio house of music 7:30-9:30
La Banda Sin Nombre @ Faynes - 10:30 - 12:00
Tips or Sex aka Alfedo & Jorge 8-11p  Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Thursday -
Fenix  live music 2-4
Miguel @El Patio house of music 6-8/ Faynes 10:30 - 12
John Cain Bahia Tortuga 6:45-8:45
La Banda Sin Nombre @ Fayne's 10:30 - 12
Tips or Sex aka Alfedo & Jorge 8-11p  Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Friday -
 Fenix- 2-4 SesBlues, Pao & band..Blues, Rock, Salsa, Reggae
Miguel @ Marina Paraiso solo 7-9
Miguel @ Fayne's 10:30 - 12
La Banda Sin Nombre @ Adelitas for Salsa 12:30 - 2
Fabio @ El Patio house of music 6:30 - 8:15
Ryan and Band @ El Patio house of music 8:30 - 11:30
Tips or Sex aka Alfedo & Jorge 8-11p  Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Saturday -
Cuban Music at El Veradaro's 3-5
Miguel @ Marina Paraiso solo 7-9
La Banda Sin Nombre - Faynes 10:30 - 12:00
Banda Sin Nombre - Adelitas for Salsa 12:30 - 2
 John Cain 7:30-9:30 @ El Patio house of music Ryan and Band 8:30 - 11:30
Tips or Sex aka Alfedo & Jorge 8-11p  Morgan's Restaurant & Bar - on Hidalgo

Sunday -
 Fenix for Salsa 2-4
Sol Rockers El Patio 7:30-9:30  Ryan Rickman  8:30 - 11:30


 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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