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October 3, 2014
Hurricane Simon formed on Friday off Mexico’s Pacific coast, bringing further heavy rain and strong swells to Baja California, which was battered by heavy rains last month. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Simon was about 280 miles (445 km) south-southwest of the southern tip of Baja California, which suffered record damage from hurricane Odile...
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On Thursday, October 2, the Puerto Vallarta Botanical Garden was awarded the prestigious Enterprise Award by the Jardins Sans Limites de Metz organization in France. The award was to honor the great success in the design and construction of the new Orchid Conservatory. The Conservatory of Mexican Orchids is a space that houses more than 200...
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Vallarta Nayarit Gastronomica 2014 – Oct. 22-25 Chefs from all over the world will convene for this gastronomical celebration and educational experience with special events like Glamour Night at River Café and the Gourmet Party at De Santos. www.vallartanayaritgastronomica.com Día De Los Muertos – Oct. 31- Nov. 2 Pre-Hispanic religion, life, death, art, sorrow and...
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From charming the Chilean president to making a little girl smile during a visit to a Brazilian orphanage, Prince Harry’s tour of Brazil and Chile in June was an unqualified success. Now Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are to embark on a Latin American tour of their own, only this time, to Mexico...
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Tropical Storm Simon formed off the coast of the Mexican Pacific, expected to become a hurricane by Saturday, creates the potential for intense torrential rains and high waves along the West Coast of Mexico, the National Weather Service warns. The agency reports that at 3:00 AM, Simon was 420 kilometers (260 miles) southwest of Puerto...
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Mexican authorities say electrical service has been restored to 100 percent of users in Baja California Sur state 17 days after Hurricane Odile knocked the power out. That includes the resort area of Los Cabos, which sustained heavy damage from a direct hit by the Category 3 storm last month. Mexico’s Federal Electricity Commission says...
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