Last updateFri, 16 Mar 2018 10am

Tequila trail to expand to include Tala, Ameca

The International Development Bank (IDB) is prepared to inject new funds into the Tequila Trail (Ruta del Tequila) next year to permit further growth in two more Jalisco municipalities.

Paris ‘amazes’ U.S. professor giving UdG summer course abroad

On the day in late June when Mark Jones took off for Paris with 44 University of Guadalajara computer science students, it is safe to say nobody was feeling gloomy, even though the three-legged flight (Guadalajara to Mexico City to Miami to Paris) was not only complicated but expensive. Jones said his three-week stay in a Paris suburb, despite a heavy teaching load, “left me in awe,” even though there were surprises, mostly pleasant, in the people, food, culture and transportation.

Ajijic goes cruising

A 20-year cruise industry veteran is bringing a new business to Ajijic that offers luxury, river and expedition cruises.

Tour historic San Juan Cosala

Best known today for its waterfront seafood restaurants and thermal water spas, San Juan Cosala was a burgeoning native settlement called Cuzatlan when Spanish conquistadores arrived in the Lake Chapala region around 1524.

Skiing in Mexico: whatever next!

Most Mexicans with handsome incomes head to Whistler or Vail for their winter skiing experiences.  But those without such financial resources, or those simply wanting to learn the ropes of skiing,  can now take to the slopes in their homeland.