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Sunday December 17 2017
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Cooper Canyon Unlimited Adventure and Adrenaline

Mexico is unique in its diversity and Chihuahua offers you many representations of it. This northern state located on the border with the United States is known for its world-class natural beauty. Draw attention to the largest geological complex in North America, the beauty of Copper Canyon, the spectacular view of the country's highest waterfalls ...

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Bernal: A Pueblo Mágico

Sometimes in the evenings, after the sun has set behind the monolith that towers over the small village of San Sebastián Bernal, animus or restless souls, who sleep in the small graveyard near the old chapel, rise up and move quietly through the quiet streets. The animus mean no harm, they are just continuing what they did when alive. “T...

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Real de Catorce, an Eagles Nest

The town of Real de Catorce is located in the heart of the Catorce mountain range, in the state of San Luis Potosi, on the north of Mexico. It is 2,750 meters above sea level and the main access route is through a tunnel 2,300 meters long. Founded in the year of 1779 due to the discovery of rich silver mines, which led a crowd of miners and adv...

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Overview of Foreign Direct Investment in Mexico

This past weekend, political and business leaders from around the world converged at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Among attendants was Mexican president, Felipe Calderón, and finance minister, Ernesto Cordero. While topics at the forum ranged from global sustainability to microfinance, Calderón used the opportunity to emphasi...

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Invest in Valle de Bravo Today

One of the main tourist destinations in the State of Mexico is Valle de Bravo, which is catalogued as “Magical Town” by the Ministry of Tourism (Sectur in Spanish); this distinction is awarded in recognition to those who live in these beautiful places of the Mexican geography and who have preserved, for all, the cultural and historical wealth t...

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Overview of Riviera Maya’s Real Estate Market

The Mayan Riviera, located in the state of Quintana Roo, has 19 localities, going from Puerto Morelos to Punta Allen. One of the main localities is Playa del Carmen, municipal head of the Solidaridad municipality, and main growth area. The Mayan Riviera has recorded the highest population growth in the country, with a growth rate of 15%. The mai...

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How Can You Cut Your Cost of Living in Half… in the Caribbean

I live here in Playa del Carmen with a family of four for just over half of what it cost me to live in B.C. Canada back in the year 2000. First let’s cover actual costs of day to day living here: When you travel around the area you often have opportunities to buy fresh produce and fruit at a stand on the side of the road. Last week I was en...

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MUSA: When Art was Immersed in the Riviera Maya...

MUSA is a dream turned to reality created by three individuals in just 24 months. Those individuals are now proud to present to the world a grand scale underwater museum of sculpture and coral reef restoration, located off the coast of Cancun. The human race are creators and mankind may be described as a population of unique marvelous beings w...

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Cooking in Puerto Escondido: Fish and Fruit from Mexico’s Tropics

Two of the biggest buzzwords in today’s media-dominated culinary world are “fresh” and “local,” and on a recent visit to Mexico’s southern Pacific coast, we found the food to be both. Taking advantage of the region’s abundant fresh ingredients, we shopped, cooked and ate our way through the beach town of Puerto Escondido. We had t...

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Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca: Premier Bubbling Springs and Petrified Waterfalls

Hierve el Agua is one of the most spectacular attractions in the state of Oaxaca, if not all of Mexico. Yet it’s surprisingly one of the least visited sights along the central valley touring routes leading out of the city of Oaxaca. Hierve el Agua should be considered a “must see” for naturalists, photographers, hikers and anyone else with ...

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Medical Tourism and Healthcare for kids in Los Cabos

As Baby Boomers age and become “Baby Zoomers”, they realize life decisions need to be made sooner rather than later; many involve one of today’s fastest growing economies ... Medical Tourism. Many initiatives are underway in Los Cabos to attract people here for medical reasons including diagnosis, treatments, procedures and surgeries, man...

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Medical Evacuation and Insurance Policies

What is Medical Evacuation? This is the transport of a patient from a place where he was usually injured in an accident, to a medical facility capable of treating him. The expedient solution for short distances might be ground ambulance, but sometimes due to the patient criticality, time constraint, or terrain, short distances are done by helicopte...

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Safety in Ajijic-Chapala: a Different Perspective

“Mexico is many Mexicos” quoted Mrs. Ana Maria Salazar during a lecture she delivered recently at a conference attended by a number of important foreign residents in Ajijic. Mrs. Ana Maria Salazar is a well known lecturer, an expert in Total Safety and Titular in several TV and Radio shows. She was invited to speak at the conference by Mul...

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Tequila: The Town and The Tastes

Tequila, Jalisco, México.- One hour west of Guadalajara, we are in tequila country, anchored by the town of Tequila. As we make the turn off Highway 15 and into this charming place, we are greeted by rows and rows of proud, blue agave plants, their spiky crowns pointing to the bright, hot sun. Once in the town, there is much to see, including ...

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Discovering Bahía de Kino

Why Kino? We like Kino because it is very laid back and relaxed. The only time of the year that it is crowded is Semana Santa (Easter Week). In Bahía de Kino you will not find any of the fast food chains or hotels in Kino. No McDonalds, no Holiday Inns. Just 6 miles of beautiful beach, friendly people, good food and peace and quiet. Kino is a t...

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Guideline for a Successful Real Estate Acquisition

Buying property in any country can be stressful. A property investment in Mexico can be just as safe and secure as in the U.S. or Canada, if it’s done correctly. Here are some guidelines for success in a real estate acquisition in Mexico: 1. Be sure the agent you select to represent you is a real estate professional. He or she should be a...

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Mexico Real Estate Coalition Announces “Live Mexico” Campaign

Diverse collection of developers and real estate related businesses to launch groundbreaking effort aimed at educating Americans on the value of living in Mexico. For the first time, a nationwide array of companies are joining forces to promote living and real estate investment in Mexico. Individuals from some of the most respected companies inc...

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