The warm, sparkling waters of the Pacific Ocean are the major attraction for many tourists visiting the State of Colima. There are 87 miles of coastline.
The State of Colima is the fourth smallest state in Mexico but has no lack of variety for sites to visit. Located in Central Mexico on the Pacific coast, the state has a small population with a high standard of living and low unemployment. Colima Attractions There are many inland attractions to lure tourists away [...]
by Scott Fleischmann on December 4, 2011 in Ajijic, Architecture, Business and Economy, Caribean Sea, Central Mexico, Chapala, Culture, Eco-Tourism, Ecotourism, Guadalajara, Guadalajara, History, Jalisco, Mexico City, Mexico City, Mezcala, Safety, Security, Sociology, Tourism, Travel Tips, Yucatan
the real questions are: “Can you afford to miss the beauty, culture and beaches of Mexico because of fear?” or “Will you be safe when you go to Mexico?”
by Peter Colman on June 1, 2011 in Anthropology, Archaeology, Arts, Business and Economy, Colonial Destinations, Conferences, Conventions, Culture, Dance, Education, Festivals, History, Industries, Music, Northern Mexico, Nuevo Leon, Regions & States, Uncategorized, Visual Arts
The city of Monterrey, with a population in excess of 3.4 million, is Mexico’s third largest city and high tech/industrial centerpiece. Monterrey also enjoys the distinction of being one of Latin America’s more enchanting cosmopolitan centers.
For over ten years, Jay Dunn has been criss-crossing Africa, Asia, the Americas and Mexico in search of an elusive and complex human specie. His passion and mission are both aesthetic and humanitarian at heart. His welcomed weapon of choice – his camera.