I have to apologize for the delays in posting. I am so busy with the photo gallery, El Calendario and just trying to live that the blog is getting left behind. But here’s some tidbits…
Marco and Sergio have indeed re-opened La Iguana, Todos Santos’ only nightclub. On Friday nights they have reggae music featuring Acero Caliente, the same band that was playing at Santana’s before they closed. On Saturday nights they have a rock band whose name I have yet to discover. Men pay a 50 peso cover but women get in for free. It was very full of happy dancing folk last Friday and I’ll post some photos later in the week.
It has rained here 3 of the last 4 days/nights. It is getting a bit boring, grey skies and wetness. The weather is odd too. Last night it drizzled at 9:30 and by 10:30 the skies were totally clear, full of stars. But by 1 am it started raining again and continued until well after daylight.
Michael Cope of Galeria Todos Santos fame, is cooking tapas every Wednesday through Friday, 5 – 9 pm, at La Copa, the wine bar of the Todos Santos Inn. The place was packed for all three nights during the opening week. There are several seafood dishes and one pork dish. I am certain the menu will change depending on what fresh ingredients Michael can secure. Also, La Copa now has their own wine label. Check it out!
Coming soon opposite the park by the still non-functioning stoplight, will be La Pastora Deli featuring salads, wines, sandwiches and other organic items. The deli is on schedule to open in early February.
As part of our ongoing consolidation of the “El Calendario” franchise, we are planning to post the full February issue on the web using our new domain names, elcalendariodetodossantos.com and elcalendariotodossantos.com
These are exciting times…