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* The PVMirror Art Gallery Guide ©:
Gallería Dante Special 30% OFF Sale, to Celebrate 30 Years of Creation. – Yvan’s career as a painter had unconventional beginnings. At first, his artistic temperament drove him to music. From the age of 17, he traveled throughout Europe as a singer performer until his return to Montreal, many years later. But without the tradition of coffee shops & bars where one can sing, as in Paris, Yvan couldn’t make a decent living as a singer. So he started selling watercolours, door to door and on the street. This survival activity was the beginning of an unforeseen but fertile ground for his unique imagination. Read More
Surviving the Summer Heat in Jaltemba Bay – It’s hot and dusty in Los Ayala. Just how dusty you ask? Well, I dust our home every single morning and by mid-afternoon it looks like I have not dusted for at least a week. What’s the point? Read More by Christina Stobbs
In Bloom: Tabachín – It’s nearly impossible not to notice the absolutely gorgeous brilliant reddish-orange flowers of the Tabachín trees dotted throughout the Jaltemba Bay area. The flowers start to bloom near the end of May and have five petals, one of which has distinctive white and yellow markings. The Tabachín is also known as Royal Poinciana or Flamboyant Tree. Read More by Allyson Williams
* Exploring The South Column ©:
Seasons of Change in the Mayto Beach Area – Mayto beach and the surrounding areas are making the transition from spring to summer. The seasonal tourists have headed back to their summer homes and the last signs of seasonal visitors are disappearing. It is quiet and a good time to visit. It has been a very dry season, so the first rains have been welcomed. Read More
* The PVMirror City Paper Weekly Edition:
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Say ‘I Do’ at the Most Sought After Destination Wedding Spots – On the Caribbean coast of Mexico, Cozumel sits off the Yucatan Peninsula and is a popular destination for scuba diving and snorkeling – and for destination weddings. A short flight south of California, Los Cabos (also known as Cabo) is a popular spot for destination weddings because of its logistical ease and stunning backdrops. Read More by Yahoo Travel
* Gardening in Paradise:
Indian Comb – ( Pachycereus pecten) -aboriginum – With limited space in Ola Brisa Gardens, we’ve made difficult decisions about what plants to showcase. Early on we decided to have only a few (and those for accent) cacti. Hence, this huge beauty – the Indian Comb – does not presently grow here. But who knows, one might ultimately find a home in the expansion area across the street! Read More by Tomy Clarkrson
* Viewpoint Column ©:
A Look Back at the Housing Bubble Real Estate Markets– George Soros is a well-known Canadian businessman. He is a speculator. In 1992 he forced the British to crash and made a billion dollars. From his perspective, self-regulating forces in the free market don’t work. Financial markets tend towards excess. They work more like a wrecking ball than a pendulum. Read More by Harriet Murray
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