Tag: Tourism

Rosita gets lucky in Puerto Vallarta

Story and images by Bob Schulman

In 1948, entrepreneur Salvador Gonzalez built a 12-room hotel in what was then

Livin’ it up in the land of La Bamba

 

By Bob Schulman

I am not a sailor

I am a captain

...I am not a sailor

But for you I will be.

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Xihuacan: From ruins to riches

Story and photos by Bob Schulman

There weren't supposed to be any big archaeological sites along the Pacific coast of

700 saintly match-makers await singles in Mexico

Story and photos by Bob Schulman

When she turned 27, Cynthia Martinez' father gave her a not-so-subtle present: a  seven-foot

Hangin’ out in Mazatlan with John Wayne

Story and photos by Bob Schulman

If you like hotels with fancy chandeliers in the lobby, twice-a-day maid service,  deep-pile

A paradise for copper lovers in Mexico

Story and images by Bob Schulman

If you like things made out of copper, you'll love the little village of

Durango’s 130-year-old bonanza still smokin’

Text and photos by Bob Schulman

Think of an Old West town up in the mountains of southwest Colorado, and

Cinco de Mayo: Celebrating a victory in 1862

Story by Bob Schulman

Photos by Mary J. Andrade

First, a capsule history: Ending

Zihuatanejo, My New Paradise

By Lina Broydo

Photos by Sam Broydo

Living la vida loca was my dream “getaway” come true as we reached Zihuatanejo