|Mexico: Number One Cruise Line Destination Worldwide|
Mexico has retained the coveted position as number one recipient of cruise lines, globally. Over 1,800 cruise ships docked on Mexican sun drenched shores in 2011, adding over $500 million to Mexicos economy in both revenue and jobs.
|Zest for Life in Zihuatanejo, Mexico|
Living la vida loca was my dream getaway come true when we reached Zihuatanejo Bay, the magical, oyster-shaped, natural harbor on the Pacific Coast of the Mexican Riviera in the State of Guerrero.
|Mexico Awaits Millions for the End of the World|
Millions are expected to turn up in December this year in South East Mexico to commemorate the Mayan prophecy of doomsday falling on this year. The world potentially ending may not seem to be great news to many, that is if you are not involved in the Mexican tourist board.
|Mexico to Step Up Tourism Promotion|
Secretary of Tourism Gloria Guevara Manzo will visit Brazil to participate in the Portal of the Tourism Professionals (PANROTAS) tourism convention and strengthen tourism promotion in South America.
|Worlds Worst Tourists|
If you could whip up the perfect tacky tourist in a lab, what would it include? Novelty-sized camera hanging from a strap? Check. Head buried in a folded-out map? Sure. Fanny pack? Oh, my. Yes. Indeed, there are several undeniable characteristics of lousy tourists, but how can you peg just who is the worst?
|Pope Benedict XVI Will Visit Guanajuato This Month|
A visit by Pope Benedict XVI scheduled to begin March 23 will put Guanajuato in the spotlight. But even before you take in its rich history, the scenery of a city built in a canyon at 6,600 feet (2,000 meters) will sweep you away.
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