Peter Greenberg Worldwide–W Punta de Mita in Nayarit, Mexico–July 14, 2018
Photo Credit: W Punta de Mita
This week Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the W Punta de Mita Hotel in Nayarit, Mexico. Airline Pilot Patrick Smith discusses the recent Cubana Air accident and provides his theory about the probable cause. Madeline Milne, Editor of Vallarta Tribune, joins Peter to talk about U.S. State Department travel warnings and the true crime picture in Mexico–are tourists (or even expats) at risk? Chef Nacho Cadena, Poet and the unofficial Gastronomic Ambassador of Puerto Vallarta, explains the unique culinary twist and cooking methods that personalize his restaurant, La Leche, in Puerto Vallarta (There are no daily specials on his menu. The entire menu is changed every day!). And Maru Rodriguez, Biologist and Leader of Wildlife Connection, on the special dolphin encounters she leads in Banderas Bay, as well as what the world is doing to address the deadly impact of plastics in the ocean. There’s all this and more as Peter Greenberg Worldwide broadcasts from the W Punta de Mita Hotel in Mexico.
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