Friday, January 27, 2012
Wedding Bells In Peñasco!
-by El Gitano Peñasco, "The Peñasco Gypsy"
I just read that the good people who brought Peñasco our super International Airport are now introducing ‘Vidanta Weddings’, allowing those tying the knot to do so in a ‘Private Club’ atmosphere right here at the Mayan Palace Puerto Peñasco (aka: “La Jolla De Cortes”).
Grupo Vidanta, with magnificent resorts throughout Mexico, is offering the ‘Vidanta Weddings’ program in seven Mexican States including the State of Sonora and on their new website they have a direct link to their resort here in Puerto Peñasco!
The Vidanta Weddings program sounds pretty appealing. And the Bride’s parents, who might be flipping the ‘tab’ and considering sending the ‘kids’ off to a tropical style destination, might want to ponder the Mayan here. It would save a whole lot of ‘tamales’ just on the airfare they may otherwise have to pay to get the happy couple to places like the Caribbean, Hawaii, etc.
Even couples getting hitched who are bypassing their families’ involvement (perhaps because they may be planning on eloping) might want to consider this new service as well. I think the Vidanta Weddings program will cater to everyone seeking marital bliss as their motto says it all: “You choose the location; we’ll take care of the rest”.
Now that I think about it, for those living here (or abroad) who are already married, this might just be the place to renew those vows, rekindle the relationship and spend a couple weeks just kicking back at a truly beautiful full service resort, be pampered, eat well, enjoy the beach and contemplate the known universe.
And remember that El Gitano is always up for a Fiesta so feel free to invite me to the ceremonies and I’ll help you celebrate and kick off a ‘new beginning’. And I’ll even let the happy couple(s) use my telescope so that at night time they can gaze at the stars.
And don’t worry, if you do invite me I won’t eat a lot of the food or drink all the ‘cold ones’. But please do have some fish tacos, brewskies and some good tequila on hand because any Fiesta in Mexico w/out them, IMHO, is darn near sacrilegious and I do have my reputation to uphold.
A Gypsy can always dream!
¡Viva Puerto Peñasco y México!
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. -Mark Twain