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5 things to consider when capturing breathtaking moments in nature

Written by Thomas, a professional photographer and travel blogger I love capturing nature. It feels refreshing to see all the snapshots once in a while. I’m a blogger, so I often post landscape images on my social media handles just so that people can see the world through my eyes. It may be a hobby to some, but it’s a ...
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What is a Mexican Tourist Card and where to get it?

COVID Pandemic has disturbed all departments of traveling. So, before traveling to Mexico, you must be aware of the latest covid rules. You can get this information on the Anterior Ministry of Mexico or natvisa.com.As of now, entry is allowed in Mexico but you must declare your health condition while applying online for Mexico Tourist Card. The Health Declaration needs ...
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Snowing areas in Mexico – Yes, they exist!

For some travelers, Mexico is a land with golden beaches, full of Mayan and Aztec mysteries, and for others, it is a great alternative to the ski resorts of Austria, Switzerland, and Canada. Yes, you heard it right! There is snow in this sunny country, too. Skiing in Mexico is perfect for novices, beginners, amateurs, and also professionals. Compared to ...
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Gambling in Mexico

Since ancient times, men have been attracted to games as a way of having fun and also as a way to achieve certain goods that they did not have access to because they belonged to a certain social or economic stratum. Currently, the gambling industry raises money through different modalities. Lotteries, casinos for playing poker or roulette, slot machines, bingo ...
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Cockfighting as a part of Mexican culture

Mexican gallistics (cockfighting) provides cultural identity and has been preserved despite legal adversity and time. The symbolism of this has strengthened this activity and they are still valid among the Mexican population. In Mexico the tradition of cockfighting is present in the states of Aguascalientes, Campeche, Chihuahua, State of Mexico, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Michoacan, Puebla, San Luis Potosi, Veracruz, Yucatan, Zacatecas ...
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Mexico Casino Travel Guide

What would a vacation or road trip be without stopping off at interesting local attractions along the scenic route? These pit stops allow travelers to sample the local fare and experience more of what each of the locations has to offer. We’re sure that gaming enthusiasts would all agree that a trip to Mexico would not be complete without visiting ...
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10 Mexican architects who transformed Mexico

All students, whether they are studing to become an architecture master in Europe or in Latin America, dream of becoming famous by creating their own masterpiece. Let's talk about projects of the most renowned Mexican architects, who changed the structure of the city and performed monumental architectural feats. Mexican architecture is eclectic and full of contrast of different eras and ...
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How to book hotels without a credit card

Why do hotels ask for a credit card to reserve a room? Nowadays, hotels use hotel management software designed to simplify hotel operations and reservation management, room assignment, accounting, and housekeeping tools. More and more tourists and travel agencies reserve hotel rooms online. With the emergence of online travel agencies, the hotel sector experienced an increase in room bookings often ...
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Rock paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco

The cave paintings of the Sierra de San Francisco, in the Baja California peninsula, make up a set of pre-Hispanic murals, particular to the Great Mural style, which had its moment of greatest splendor in the Aridoamerican era, in the annals of pre-Columbian history. It is very possible that these murals were created by the ancestors of the Cochimí Indians, ...
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Cancun Underwater Museum

The Cancún Underwater Museum (Museo Subacuático de Arte, known as MUSA) is a non-profit organization based in Cancún, Mexico devoted to the art of conservation. The museum has a total of 500 sculptures, most by the British sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor and the others by five Mexican sculptors, with three different galleries submerged between three and six meters deep ...
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