Mexico City Airport(s)

Photo: Mexico by plane News about airport(s) in Mexico City: Headlines Mexican Peso Rallies as AMLO Resolves Airport Bond Dispute Mexico’s incoming president halts an airport project, and pays a price – Economist NAIM: el informe de Luege que tiraron a la basura Calderón y Peña – Proceso Mexico to Cancel $13.3 Billion Mexico City …

Mexico USA Borderlands Links

Image: Biodiversity Heritage Library Links related to the borderlands that connect Mexico and the USA presented in a chronological, then somewhat random fashion: Twitter @sandradibble @nogalesnews @borderzine @borderreporter @NADB_BDAN @ScubedStudio @RioGGuardian Indigenous Peoples and Borderlands Google Drive ✊🏽🍃 I N D I G E N O U S P E O P L E & …

Mexico Mercados

Photo: Guadalajara, Mercado Libertad (Mercado San Juan de Dios) Mexico’s markets are among the finest in the world. Traditional markets link the present with the past and hopefully the future. A friend leads first-time visitors through Mexico City’s Anthropology Museum in Chapultepec Park. He purposefully stops at the maquetas (models) that depict markets held in …

Jorge Chavez de la Peña

Photo: 2006 Market Visit Jorge Chavez de la Peña Jorge Chavez de la Peña es un consultor de ecoturismo, trabajando con grupos locales en Mexico. Es ganador del premio Colibri 2004. >Jorge Chavez de la Peña is an ecotourism consultant in Mexico. He is the winner of the Colibri 2004. 2004 Award Announcement MEXICO CITY …

Popocatépetl and Ixtaccíhuatl National Park

Photo: Edwin Morales Clear days in Mexico City are measured by one’s ability to see the surrounding snowcapped mountains and peaks. Rumblings Outside the Capital The most impressive of mountains seen from Mexico City are the twin volcanoes, Popocatépetl and Ixtaccíhuatl, also known as ‘Smoking Mountain’ (5,452 meters) and ‘The Sleeping Woman’ (5,286 meters), respectively. The last …

Mexico: Adventures in Nature

Photo: Book cover Mexico: Adventures in Nature (John Muir Publications, 1998) has been out of print since 2001. I really had hoped to be able to edit a second edition, but that never happened. The good news – much of the content has been updated and published online Planeta.com. Also, you can still purchase copies …

Mexico City Metro

Photo: Pino Suarez Metro The Mexico City Metro, officially called Sistema de Transporte Colectivo, often shortened to STC, is a rapid transit system that serves the metropolitan area of Mexico City, including some municipalities in Mexico State. It is the second largest metro system in North America after the New York City Subway. FYI Began …

Nuevo León Links

Nuevo Leon Seal Links related to Nuevo León, Mexico presented in somewhat random fashion: Twitter @NL_historia @PepeSanchez @RodrigoMedina @wichotrevino @Sierra_Picachos @JaimeRdzNL Government Nuevo Leon State Government Hidalgo Hidalgo – Wikipedia Laredo and Nuevo Laredo City of Laredo Santiago In 2007 SECTUR announced that Santiago, Nuevo Leon was added to its Pueblos Magicos (Magical Towns) program. …

Matehuala

Photo: Lucy Nieto, Kiosko Matehuala is located in San Luis Potosí, México. Hotels TripAdvisor Las Palmas Wikipedia Matehuala San Luis Potosí Features Seeking out Matehuala’s Illustrious Past Planeta.com San Luis Potosí México Cities Trip Advisor

Mexican Phrases and Expressions

Photo: Beans So many favorite Mexican phrases and expressions. Many, many thanks to friends who patiently explained literal translations and deeper meanings which help us understand Mexico. Este arroz ya se cocio This rice is cooked. ¿A que hora sales por el pan? What time do you go out to buy the bread? Otra vez …