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Hunting in Mexico: Rules and regulations

Stretching more than 4,000 km from Tijuana in the North to Cancun on the Caribbean Sea, Mexico is the third-largest country in North America. Mexico is famous for its great variety of climates and terrain and good infrastructure, allowing rapid travel to the most remote parts of the country. From the jungles of the Yucatan to the desert mountains of Sonora, Mexico ...
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Flowers unique to Mexico and their meanings

Flowers have always held a special place in the hearts of people, transcending time and culture. Mexican culture is no exception, as it cherishes the value and meaning of these beautiful blooms. In fact, in some regions of Mexico, there is a belief that flowers are closely associated with gods. Some even practice the tradition of offering flowers as vows and offerings ...
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Professional legal translation service

Linguation.com is expanding its multilingual platform to include Spanish translation services The translation of documents is becoming ever prevalent in the international world. Whether it be for the purpose of business, travel, or personal endeavors, the need for a translation service provider is endless. Linguation.com strives to support every client’s needs by continuously expanding its list of language translation services, which now ...
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The best beach resorts in Mexico to stay with Park Royal hotels

Mexico is a remarkable and splendid country to travel to, it attracts tourists from all over the world with its fabulously rich nature, culture, traditions and history. Mexico is so different, this is a land of contrasts: modern metropolises sit side by side with ancient ruins and enchanting cosy towns that have preserved the spirit of the colonial era. Deserts alternate with ...
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Hurricane Delta smashes into Cancun

Hurricane Delta has ruined dream vacations for thousands of tourists who were forced to pack into crowded emergency shelters rife with the risk of spreading coronavirus as fierce winds and torrential rains battered Mexico's top resort destination in Cancun. On October 4, 2020, Hurricane Delta made landfall at about 5:30 as an extremely dangerous category 2 hurricane with winds of up to ...
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Getting into Mexico in a car

To drive your own car into Mexico, you'll need a tourist card and a temporary vehicle importation permit, which you can get on arrival at the border. In some tourist border areas, you don't need this permit or a tourist card. Just ask at the border if you have any doubts. Documents you need to get Mexico vehicle permit & tourist card: ...
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The legend of La Llorona

Since Disney’s “Coco” went on screens in 2017, it had unbelievable success. This animated movie collected a lot of Mexican folklore and traditions. It’s a story about young Miguel, who went through the Land of the Dead while his town was celebrating the famous Day of the Dead ("Dia de los Muertos"). He was passionate about music and a lot of songs ...
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How many days do you need in Mexico City?

How many days do you need in Mexico City? Tortillas, tequilas, and Mariachi was given to the world by Mexico. The vibrant country is renowned for its art, culture, rich history, and unique cuisine. Ideally, you should spend a week in Mexico City to get acquainted with its culture and heritage. But, if time is a luxury that you cannot afford, then ...
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Entheogens use in pre-hispanic Mexico

Mexico is home to several Sativa landrace strains thanks to its unique climate, terrain, and high elevations. Mexico was one of the largest cannabis producers in Latin America and one of the main exporters to the US, which led to cannabis prohibition, resulting in an almost extinction of Mexican cannabis fields and Mexican landraces. Cannabis became illegal due to several factors but ...
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How to find the best cheap vacation packages to Mexico

Mexico offers a world of enchantment for travelers of every kind, drawing over 41 million visitors in 2018. The country boasts magnificent beaches, astonishing architectural treasures, and amazing scenery. There's no shortage of things to do in Mexico either. Are you ready to experience the best of what Mexico has to offer? You can try out adrenaline-pumping activities in rock climbing and alpinism, ...
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