Saturday December 17 marked the first Farmers Market and Art Expo in Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, Mexico; just two weeks after Mike McLaughlin came up with the idea to recreate here in Rocky Point a similar event to one that is held regularly in Tucson.
Chico moved to Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, Mexico in 1997 and worked as an auto mechanic for 10 years before opening his own shop in Rocky Point in 2007. He named it Autoservicios y Refacciones Arizona (Arizona Auto Service and Repairs). The name is no accident. He targeted the American tourists, especially those from Arizona, and residents in Rocky Point and set out to gain their trust, which he did very quickly.
Sonoran Resorts are building a live weather station at their Sonoran Sky Resort location on Sandy Beach in Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, Mexico.
Look for all the details on this exciting contest to be published early in January, but we can reveal a couple of secrets right now to our loyal subscribers of the Sonoran Resorts Blog—just to get your adrenaline going early! They say a picture is worth a thousand words, right? Well, if you can prove […]
Ramon Ramos is one of those kinds of human beings who have taken advantage of every situation, especially with regard to his career, to learn as much as he can no matter how small or unrelated it might seem to others. Within moments of talking to Ramon, you notice something unique about how he approaches […]
UPDATE: We now have four drop-off locations in addition to the Sonoran Spa, Sea, Sun and Sky Resorts. They are: The Visitor Assistance Office, 2nd floor of the blue building on the corner of Benito Juarez and Alvaro Obregon one block south of Calle 13; Sunset Bar and Grill; Latitude 31; and our newest […]
We have been asked where one might purchase food items in bulk locally to donate to our Holiday Food Drive if they would rather not carry them down from the states. Here in Rocky Point there is a wholesale grocery outlet called “Mayoreo Welton” (in English:” Wholesale Outlet”), with a warehouse type layout […]
It is no secret that the economic downturn around the world has taken its toll on the tourism-based economy of Puerto Peñasco leaving many families without work and in need of basics for survival, like food for themselves and their children. A worthwhile effort to put food on the tables of a lot of […]