Zihuatanejo 1973

A little paseo down memory lane for those who knew Zihuatanejo, Mexico, during the early 1970s, a series of photos taken in January 1973. Back then Zihua was a very small and lazy fishing village that stretched out only a few blocks back from the beach from Playa Municipal to Playa Madera. Continue Reading →

Women of Guerrero

Spectacular sculptures representative of the Women of the various regions of the state of Guerrero, Mexico, now adorn the street corners and plazas of downtown Zihuatanejo for the enjoyment of visitors and residents alike. Continue Reading →

Zihuatanejo Market

Zihuatanejo’s Municipal Market, or Mercado, is located on Boulevard Benito Juarez, close to the downtown core. It’s on the regular Micro bus route and anyone will point you in the right direction if you can just say “mercado” (mehr-kah-doh) It can be disconcerting to the shopper used to serve-yourself supermarket Continue Reading →