What Is New Gay Puerto Vallarta January 2021
Covid-19 Testing in Puerto Vallarta for all tourists returning to the United States. The CDC is requiring Covid-19 tests for everyone returning to the US on/after Jan 26 2021. Here are locations.
SETAC LGBT Center both locations Lazaro Cardenas #379 and Versailles Aldanca #178 are providing all 3 types of testing. Call 322-224-1974 for appointment.
Mystic Circle Cafe Opens in Puerto Vallarta January 31 2021
. Amid the anxiety and uncertainty the world continues to experience in these unprecedented times, our human condition strives to make sense of it all. Mystic Circle Cafe opens in the Zona Romantica of Puerto Vallarta to provide tools, resources and an environment to explore spiritual perspectives to help us in that quest. Proprietor, Kennedy Morgan, has created more than a coffee shop offering Mexican gourmet coffee from Chiapas, you can browse through a collection of books, surround yourself with soothing energy, and feel an oasis of calm that will inspire your mental, emotional and spiritual health.
The Puerto Vallarta airport will have temporary laboratories for the application of covid-19 detection tests starting January 25, 2021. By order of the CDC, all passengers must undergo a COVID-19 detection test within 72 hours prior to boarding their flight to the United States and carry the results in an electronic device or paper to present to the airline prior to travel. The cost of the Antigen test will be $ 450 pesos and the PCR of $ 1,450 pesos, both prices will be applicable only to passengers on international flights. GAP recommends arriving with enough time to take your flight and, if possible, carry out the documentation and the requirements to fly, as well as to take the test in the laboratories of the city.
Act2PV is so excited to bring back Mamma Mia … at the cabaret. The record breaking Puerto Vallarta HIT returns recreated for the Starlight outdoor stage. We should call it Mamma Mia “salvation” get your tickets now. MTI has given us permission for 8 shows. OPENING NIGHT Feb 13 at 7:00 pm. Go to ACT2pV.com
for tickets now
We are happy to announce that Eat at David’s now has Delivery Service. Starting today you can call or message us and for an extra $40 pesos on your total bill we can deliver to your house or condo!
NEW ART ON DISPLAY AT APACHES Bar
We are super excited to be able introduce our new local artist gracing the walls at Apaches.We are pleased to feature #DanyolLeon
) unique and colourful style of art which brings so much colour to our walls and we are sure it will bring more colour to yours. Please stop by and take a look for yourselves!! Help us support our Community!! Check out the weblink below to view his entire collection.
Storytelling can take on many forms. My Mexican Grandmother, or Nana, passed down stories to her American grandchildren through craft and folk art. As I weave together colors and figures on a canvas in my newly adopted Mexican home, I reflect on her visual storytelling, and the impact it has on my art. This collection is called Re-Generation.
Quilting played a very important role in my early childhood. Nana would create beautiful, abstract quilts for our family out of household fabrics, reused and repurposed. A laundry bag became a stuffed animal or even oven mitts – something mundane transformed into something memorable. I love how she took her art and handed it down to her grandchildren as a way of passing down our traditions and cultures. These items told a story of our family as they moved from Mexico to the United States. This intergenerational storytelling through craft was very formative to my practice. As I stitch together color and form to tell my own story, I continue the history of my family and use what I learned from my Nana.
Danyol Leon, aka Tamale Ringwald, moved to Puerto Vallarta in 2019 with his husband Bill. They live in Zona Romantica and run the queer tour company Tamale’s Tours.
Venmo: @danyol | PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org