September 10, 2017
dolphin rescue cuba
Harvey, Katia, Irma and Jose. All of these hurricanes have passed through the Caribbean in the last few days. The succession of storms in this area of ​​the world forces countries to carry out prevention work and to evacuate those who live where they are expected to have worse consequences. On the island of Cayo...
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puerto vallarta cruise
Miguel Angel Garcia Beltran, Director General of Port Authority (API) in Puerto Vallarta, reported that this year will close with 147 cruise ship arrivals in the city. He said it’s essential to care for the port, but the most important thing that continues to grow tourism in the area is that people feel safe traveling...
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vallarta medical center
The Vallarta Medical Center Hospital hosted a team of doctors from Mexico City, Canada and the United States to relieve pain and suffering in two hundred people living in Puerto Vallarta, at no cost to patients. Pain in the back, shoulders, neck, limbs, wherever it was, the international brigade of doctors went to work to...
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earthquake aftershocks
Government cargo planes flew in supplies and troops began distributing boxes of food to jittery survivors of an earthquake that destroyed a large part of Juchitan and killed at least 37 people here — more than half the nationwide total. Some people continued to sleep outside, fearful of more collapses, as strong aftershocks continued to...
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Vallarta Botanical Garden
The Vallarta Botanical Garden, located in Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco, houses one of the most important collections of Mexican orchids in the country and a micropropagation laboratory for the species of this flower that are in danger of extinction. According to the co-founder and general director, Jesús Reyes, there are currently around 200 species of orchids,...
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hurricane irma cuba
Hurricane Irma ripped roofs off houses, collapsed buildings and flooded hundreds of miles of coastline as it raked Cuba’s northern coast after devastating islands the length of the Caribbean in a trail of destruction that has left 22 people dead so far. As Irma left Cuba and directed its 130 mph (215 kph) winds toward...
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