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May 17, 2014
Most recently, new direct weekly Dreamliner flights have been announced to Puerto Vallarta from Gatwick and Manchester in the UK via Thomson Airways, while less mainstream packages are always available via specialty travel and tour providers, and British Airways offers convenient one-stop flights each week. “Mexico’s Pacific Coast, and especially its northern stretches, has long...
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People should avoid using skin creams in unlabeled or hand-labeled containers from Mexico following reports of mercury poisoning associated with the products, the state’s health department warned Thursday. The creams are used for lightening skin, for fading freckles, blemishes and age spots, and for treating acne, the state Department of Public Health said in a...
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In addition to the roofs it damaged in the rural and urban areas, Sunday’s severe hail and thunderstorm uprooted various mango trees in the region of Veracruz and affected 60 percent of the mango production. Mango producers in the municipality of Tierra Blanca, who were waiting for the harvest to sell their product or their...
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Frank Dellaglio, an expert in the travel and hospitality industries living in San Diego, California, is expecting significant increases in the amount of overseas travel to a number of destinations, including resort destinations such as Mazatlan and Cabo San Lucas. While the North American economy continues to struggle, the state of the European economies are...
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A Mexican-U.S. team of scientists and divers discovered the oldest human remains in the Americas, belonging to an adolescent girl dubbed “Naia,” Mexico’s National Anthropology and History Institute,or INAH, said. The more-than-12,000-year-old skeleton was discovered in the Hoyo Negro archaeological site, located inside an underwater cave in the southeastern Mexican state of Quintana Roo. Naia...
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