With the coming Day of Sexual Diversity, which is commemorated on June 28, the Jalisco Health Secretariat (SSJ) held a virtual panel where specialists addressed the challenges of health care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people (LGBTQIA +.)
When I used to live in the USA I was always told they had the best medical care in the world. And that you couldn’t find better medical care anywhere for any price.
As long as I can remember the word “Gringo” has been a word used to refer to “Americans” by the Mexican nationals. Many of us wonder why they call us “Gringos”. Canadians say that they’re not Gringos, only Americans are gringos. The question of where the term came from seems to be something of a rumor at best. So I started looking into it, just for my own knowledge, being a “Gringo”.
Over the years it seems I keep getting asked the same question. “Aren’t you afraid to live in Mexico”?
No matter who you are or how many times you’ve been to Puerto Vallarta, we’ve all dealt with the taxi situation. You land at the airport and all of a sudden you’ve got dozens of “your new best friends” offering you a free taxi ride to anywhere you want to go. But first they need to sign you up for a vacation package presentation and the good news is it will only be 90 minutes at the very same hotel where you’re staying. What a coincidence! How lucky can you get?