28. 09. 2012
mexican conservation

Mexican conservation programme points to strong recovery for olive ridley sea turtles

Thanks in large part to a major Mexican conservation programme at Playa Escobilla in Oaxaca, Mexico, the olive ridley sea turtle is beginning to make a strong recovery. La Escobilla sanctuary is the...

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28. 09. 2012
mexico steps up

Mexico steps up to protect monarch butterfly habitats

As the monarch butterflies begin their annual migration to Mexico, the country is taking steps to protect the environment of the nesting grounds of the monarch. Recent government announcements declared that efforts aimed...

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27. 09. 2012
tourism

Tranquility, luxury and cultural immersion in Mexico’s Mayan Riviera

For travellers who expect high-end luxury accommodations, the finest culinary experiences and unprecedented beauty and tranquility, look no further than Maroma on Mexico’s Mayan Riviera. Maroma is second-to-none. Its lush property includes a...

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27. 09. 2012
Mexico-Haute Cuisine

Top chefs know the secret – some of the world’s most unique flavours come from Mexico

Some of the world’s best chefs – those who collect Michelin stars like some people collect stamps – know one of the best kept culinary secrets: some of the world’s best flavours come...

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27. 09. 2012
soccer

A new generation of Mexican footballers lead the way

With the Olympic gold medals still weighing heavily around their necks, it’s no surprise that the young stars of El Tri sailed through CONCACAF qualifying making it to the final round of the...

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27. 09. 2012
mountains

Mexico offers far more for tourists beyond its beaches

From the coasts to the country’s mountainous interior, five up-and-coming destinations to put on Mexico must-visit list are Campeche Colonial, Playa Espiritu, Copper Canyon, Puebla and San Luis Potosi. Mexico has always been...

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27. 09. 2012
dance

Mexican street dance could help fight the symptoms of dementia

Mexican researcher Guzmán García, believes the famous Mexican ballroom-style dance, Danzón, can help to fight symptoms of dementia which are usually treated with powerful drugs. Twice-weekly sessions of Danzón improved the mood and...

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27. 09. 2012
grapes

California showcases Mexico’s penchant for wine

Mexico is well-renowned for producing top tequila, but is also the oldest wine-growing region in America – having produced wine since the sixteenth century when Spanish expatriates arrived to the country with vine...

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19. 09. 2012
photographer

Mexican photographer, Ulises Castellanos, Shines in London Through His Recent Work “Mexico City: Invisible City”

  Mexican photographer Ulises Castellanos recently presented a selection of his work in London. “Mexico City: Invisible City” was the name of his latest portfolio of photos featuring images of modern Mexico. Through...

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17. 09. 2012
f1

F1 phenom Checo Pérez has always felt the need for speed

  On Sunday 9 September, 22-year old Mexican rookie phenom Checo Pérez pulled off a gutsy performance in the Italian Grand Prix in Monza. It was already the third podium finish for the...

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