Day

October 9, 2014
During the summer, ACT LGBT team members Julie Guerrero, Vicente Hernández and Bill Hevener met with community leaders to share the good news about the association and the benefits of belonging to it. Julie Guerrero says that “in Mexico, a company or person does not legally exist in the mind of the government unless it...
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Visiting Puerto Vallarta on a cruise ship can be great fun, but as you know your time is limited, so time management is of the essence to make sure you hit the highlights or points of interest for you. First, let’s cover transportation, time is limited so of course you will want to make it...
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San Cristobal de las Casas is situated in a fertile valley surrounded by mountains in the southern state of Chiapas, Mexico. Chiapas is home to several indigenous groups descended from the Maya, two of the largest being the Tzotzils and Tzeltals who inhabit highland villages surrounding San Cristobal. The indigenous people of Chiapas speak their...
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No wonder Coke and Pepsi are spending millions of dollars to fight proposed taxes on sugary drinks in California. PepsiCo reported a higher quarterly profit Thursday as global sales rose, but one weak spot was Mexico. The company said snacks sales volume declined by 3 percent, hurt by a new tax on junk foods. Recent...
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Beyond the pristine beaches of the Bay of Banderas lies the opportunity to immerse oneself into the untapped beauty of nature. Visitors can learn about turtles and sea lions in their natural environment, or take the chance to stop by the SPCA Puerto Vallarta and volunteer to help those animals still in need of a...
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Upon arrival, a sign welcomes guests with “The Friendliest City in the World,” but coming into the city it appears the center has run out of “friends” along the malecón and Morelos Street – abandoned store fronts, something unthinkable a few years ago. One empty restaurant displays a sign, “this restaurant is closed because a...
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