Day

September 3, 2014
Washington is facing growing international pressure to ease its long standing ban on crude oil exports, with South Korea and Mexico joining the European Union in pressing the case for U.S. oil shipments overseas. South Korean President Park Geun-hye told a visiting U.S. delegation of lawmakers on the House of Representatives energy committee on Aug....
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On glistening sandy beaches along the scenic jungle coast of Banderas Bay you will find Los Chonchos Eco-Resort, a beachfront paradise of 24 private and secluded thatched roof bungalows. The resort is located just a short one hour boat ride south of Puerto Vallarta, our private beaches are not accessible by car. Los Chonchos Eco-Resort...
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Six months ago Vallarta Daily published its first news story,” It’s Good to be Number One”, a story about Carlos Slim’s fortune in Latin America. Since that forgotten story was published six months ago Vallarta Daily has established itself as the most read news outlet in Puerto Vallarta serving the English speaking residents and tourists,...
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Mexican officials on Wednesday presented the first litter of Mexican gray wolf pups conceived in the country by artificial insemination, part of an effort to save one of the hemisphere’s most endangered animals. Authorities are trying to reintroduce the wolf in its natural range, after it was hunted to extinction in the wild in Mexico...
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It’s not often that rare, deep-sea creatures present themselves to scientists in plain sight. But in a video captured last month during Nautilus Live, a five-month expedition that’s mapping and documenting seafloor ecosystems around the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea, an elusive dumbo octopus in the Gulf delighted scientists when it swam right in...
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More than 2 million retired Americans have chosen Mexico as their new home, a figure that continues to increase thanks to the pleasant climate and favorable economic conditions, Tourism Secretary Gloria Guevara said. During Friday’s inauguration of the 1st National Forum for Retired Americans: Expectations and Solutions of Life in Mexico, the official said that...
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Two separate tropical storms closed in on Mexico from both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans on Tuesday, risking a double hit on the country a year after a pair of storms converged to cause major flooding that killed over 100 people. Tropical Storm Dolly, which formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico early Tuesday, is...
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Puerto Vallarta Port Authority has announced the suspension of small boat navigation in the ports of Cruz de Huanacaxtle, Nayarit, Puerto Vallarta and Barra de Navidad due to approaching Tropical Storm Norbert. More about the storm can be found here
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