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Mexican President to Hold Raffle to Cover Cost of Predecessor's Aircraft

13 Feb 2020 1 minute read 1 comment AverageVancouverite

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmed that he will hold a raffle to cover the cost of his predecessor's Boeing 787 Dreamliner and raise funds for state-run hospitals. In 2012, a specially-outfitted Dreamliner was purchased at the st...

Bucket List Destination Puerto Vallarta Mexico

15 Jan 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Bitron Prime

Puerto Vallarta is situated on Mexico's Southern West Coast. A group of 20 including myself flew out there for a suprise Birthday party for one of our family members.  Its a smaller, very scenic and pretty beach city.  Our accommodations though turne...

Mexico cute and dear, my visit to this beautiful country 1/2

21 Oct 2019 1 minute read 5 comments Soyunasantacruz

  Mexico cute and dear today I come to share with you my visit to this beautiful country. And show them the places I knew, besides making useful recommendations for every traveler, come with me.   I was staying in a hotel in the heart of Mexico City...

Grocery Haul Crypto Version (BAT)

28 Sep 2019 3 minute read 30 comments Cryptolohy

Picture this scenario.   You live in Mexico. (Or move to Mexico ;) You are a crypto writer who has a Publish0x account and you are getting paid mostly on BAT You have 100 followers on twitter and thus, every once in awhile your tweets receive donati...

The Inca dove (Columbina inca)

27 Apr 2019 1 minute read 1 comment kennbmondo

The Inca dove (Columbina inca) is a small New World dove. It ranges from the southwestern United States and Mexico through Central America to Costa Rica; the Inca dove only lives on the Pacific side of Central America. Despite being named after the I...

Ctenosaura Similis

14 Apr 2019 1 minute read 0 comments kennbmondo

Ctenosaura similis, commonly known as the black spiny-tailed iguana, black iguana, or black ctenosaur, is a lizard native to Mexico and Central America that has been introduced to the United States in the state of Florida. It is the largest species...

Borders Are Like Clothes

7 Apr 2019 1 minute read 3 comments Nathan Payne

Unless there's something better to do, I'm planning on going through Chiapas for several days on my way to the Yucatan. It borders Guatemala, so has an international border to the east. Which is where all this trouble is coming from, presumably. If t...

Dias de Muertos

5 Apr 2019 1 minute read 0 comments kennbmondo

Hydrate generously! The Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in particular, the Central and South regions, and by people of Mexican heritage elsewhere.   Date : Oct 31, 2018 – Nov 2, 2018 Celebrations : Creation of alta...

Pachygrapsus Crassipes

4 Apr 2019 1 minute read 0 comments kennbmondo

Pachygrapsus crassipes, known as the striped shore crab or lined shore crab, is a small crab found on rocky and hard-mud shores of the west coast of North to Central America and in the western Pacific in Korea and Japan. In North America, its range...

A little friend came to surprise me

4 Apr 2019 1 minute read 1 comment cristotamez

A small traveler enjoying his freedom, running nimbly this afternoon, gave me a great photograph. I knew that I only had one chance to capture his presence and that's how I managed to do it quickly, I just stayed a few seconds posing to the camera a...