Each of these three cities in Mexico are well known for their friendly business climate. Each city has a unique history, work force, political and geographic location. These are several of the significant business centers in Mexico and internationally. The continued growth of this expansion is expected to grow in the future decades.
The maguey is a sacred food, which alongside corn, is deeply rooted into Mexican history. It’s a plant that has survived from generation to generation, and has been food and life for Mexican people.
“According to an ancient prophesy, Quetzalcóatl would return to Mexico in the year “One Reed.” When this year recurred, once every 52 years, the Aztecs undertook extensive preparations for his coming. The conquistadors had arrived in exactly this year, they were white and bearded just as Quetzalcóatl was said to have been, and they came from the east across the Atlantic Ocean …” (S. C. Compton)
by Peter Colman on February 19, 2011 in Agriculture, Anthropology, Chihuahua, Culture, Eco-Tourism, Ecotourism, History, Locations, My Mexican Experience, Northern Mexico, Sea of Cortes, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tourism, Transportation, Travel
The century-old engineering masterpiece and eco-touristic marvel known affectionately by its Mexican hosts as ‘El ChePe,’ has been described by the Readers Digest as “The most dramatic train ride in the western hemisphere …”
The bean originally comes from America, but today is grown all around the globe. There is a huge variety of beans , each of which offers its own unique blend of flavor and nutrition.