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About the Mexican Folk Art You So Often See in Los Cabos

Date: 8/16/2013

Diverse, colorful and magical like the land that it inhibits, our artistic input is a product of the natural inclination of Mexicans, throughout the ages, to adorn life with art. Folk art is one of the facets of Mexican culture that most serves to identify its people, a source of pride for the majority of Mexicans and something which we can be content to match against any good produced by other countries and cultures in the world. Getting in contact with this theme implies touching one of the most sensitive nerves of Mexican idiosyncrasy. It is also, however, the basis for a serious...

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More Fiesta Coming Your Way With This Year's Mexican Independence Day

Date: 8/2/2013

Mexico's war of Independence to end nearly 300 years of Spanish rule, began with a Catholic priest's ringing of the church bell in the town of Dolores, Guanajuato on September 16, 1810. A historic event, that called upon people of mixed ancestry in Mexico, to take up their arms and fight for their most basic political and civil rights; as well as a redistribution of land and a demand for racial equality. Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla's ''Grito de Dolores'' (Cry of Dolores) led to the country's life changing revolts, which were forged even after the Catholic priest was captured and executed by...

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Dolphins Call Each Other by "Name" New Research Shows

Date: 7/23/2013

Scientists have found further evidence that dolphins call each other by "name", a Science Reporter, Rebecca Morelle, wrote on BBC news. The research has discovered that these marine mammals use a unique whistle to identify each other. In Scottland, a team from the University of St Andrews found that when dolphins hear their own “name” played back to them, they respond. Dr Vincent Janik, from the university's Sea Mammal Research Unit, mentioned that dolphins live in this three-dimensional enfirenment, and offshore don’t have any kind of landmarks so then need efficient systems to stay in touch and stay...

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The Beautiful Beach of Chileno in Cabo Receives the International Blue Flag Certification

Date: 7/5/2013

One of Cabo San Lucas more popular beaches, Chileno Bay recently received the Blue Flag Certification of Excellence awarded by an international community which counts on the support and validation from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), the United Nations Organization for Education, Culture, and Science (UNESCO), The Program of the Environment of the United Nations (UNEP), the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), The International Association of Rescue and Life Saving, The European Environment Agency (EEA), The European Union for Coastal Conservation (EUCC), The International Association of the Port Industry (ICOMIA), and The Foundation for Environmental Education. In all,...

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Find Joy these Hot Summer Days at the Fun Water Park in Los Cabos

Date: 6/26/2013

The Caduaño Water Park in Los Cabos, which recently re-opened for the spring and summer with tremendous fanfare and community excitement. The aquatic park is located in the small town of Caduaño at Kilometer 65, about 20 miles from San Jose del Cabo and Los Barriles. The drive to get there is a nice and scenic commute along the Sea of Cortez. Caduaño is located approximately three miles before Miraflores. If anyone arrives at the Pemex Gas Station, like so many people do, it is a clear indication you have gone too far. The fact that there is no sign yet on...

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Hunting For Fresh Ceviche. A Guide to Spearfishing in Cabo

Date: 5/20/2013

For anyone unfamiliar with Spearfishing in Cabo, or Spearfishing in general; it is best summarized as underwater hunting. Some men and women, will make dives and simply hold their breaths, which is classified in sport as a free dive. Others will submerge with scuba diving tanks, affording them more time to...

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Of Course Beaches in Cabo Get Polluted, But This is How We Keep Them Clean.

Date: 4/19/2013

Every Spring, the non-profit organization, Yo Riciclo (I Recycle) invites community volunteers to participate in their annual General Recycling Campaign and beach...

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Executive Symposium for Innovators in Coastal Development

Date: 3/19/2013

The Sheraton Hacienda del Mar Resort/Hotel will be host of a three day Innovators Symposium, occurring May 15-18, 2013. The gala event is the Executive Symposium for Innovators in Coastal Development. A bilingual gathering in Los Cabos, Mexico that will bring together 150 innovators currently involved in designing, financing, constructing and operating socially and environmentally sustainable coastal tourism developments. The festivities and idea are the brainchild of the organization, CREST; The Center for Responsible Travel. An non-profit agency with offices in both Washington, DC and at Stanford University; which hosted the first innovators symposium in 2010 at their Palo Alto, California campus...

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Mexico Is Growing Strong. And The Forecast For Cabo This 2013 Is No Different

Date: 2/28/2013

When it comes to anyone having to forecast Cabo or even predict the new year for Cabo, 2013, we can be certain of a few simple things. One, it's going to be warm and sunny at least 340 days of the year. It might rain anywhere from 3-4 days in 2013, and with added flights scheduled to Los Cabos and the San Jose del Cabo airport, there will undoubtedly be more tourists and guests arriving by air. Access to Cabo made simpler: While there will unfortunately be less visitors to this vacation paradise getting here by sea; as cruise ships have dwindled...

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Is Mexico Becoming The Most Dominant Economic Power In The 21st Century?

Date: 2/26/2013

In an article in The New York Times written by Thomas L. Friedman, an American journalist, columnist and author says he believes it will be. Friedman, who has written extensively on on foreign affairs including global trade, the Middle East, globalization, and environmental issues and has won the Pulitzer Prize three times, did extensive research on the subject before coming to this conclusion. In his article, he speaks about how people are constantly asking who will be the next most dominant economic power in the 21st century; China or India. However he now has the answer: Mexico. It might seem impossible for a...

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