Day

September 2, 2014
After more than three months of an empty port, Puerto Vallarta welcomed the Carnival Legend this afternoon, her first cruise ever to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. She brings with her 2,987 passengers and ushers in the beginning of the new travel season to Puerto Vallarta. A simple ceremony was held at the Port Authority to welcome...
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Tropical Storm Norbert, the fourteenth named storm of a busy eastern Pacific hurricane season, has formed off the Mexican Pacific coast, and may strengthen into a hurricane. Unlike the most recent trio of Karina, Lowell, and Marie, Tropical Storm Norbert will not simply be an “out-to-sea” wave generator. While Norbert’s center may never make landfall,...
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Coahuila’s congress approved changes to the civil code which give same-sex couples the same rights as heterosexual couples, including adoption. In Mexico, laws on same-sex unions fall under state legislation, and a number of them have divergent rules. In 2009, Mexico City became the first entity to legalise same-sex marriage, while the state of Yucatan...
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The Mummies of Guanajuato, Mexico have a sad, but interesting history that dates back to a cholera outbreak 1833. About 30 years after the outbreak, the city cemetery was filling up so quickly that room was starting to become a serious issue, and in an attempt to fix the problem, Guanajuato enacted a tax that...
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