|Matador Severely Gored By Raging Bull in Mexico City|
A shocking accident occurred during a bull fight in Mexico City, when a matador ended up being gored by a raging bull’s 11-inch horn.
|Thousands Flock to Mexico's Teotihuacan to Welcome Spring Equinox|
Hundreds of thousands of tourists visited this weekend the Teotihuacan archaeological complex in Mexico, to mark this year's Spring equinox.
|Once a Murder Capital, Juarez Looks to Rebrand Itself|
The border city of Juarez, Mexico, is safe and open for business. That’s the message of a new tourism campaign that is trying to rehabilitate the image of a city once known as the most violent in the world.
|Tourists Seeking Affordable Hotel Rooms in Havana Face Tough Challenge|
A vacation in Havana is not the bargain that some American tourists were hoping for with the new availability of economy flights to the island. Along with the high demand for hotel rooms comes the shortage and the high prices.
|Prepare to Be Searched if You're Driving Into Mexico|
Phoenix New Times
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers have ramped up outbound searches of vehicles entering Mexico, looking for smuggled cash, ammunition, firearms, and other contraband.
|When Humans and Whales Meet Up in Baja's Magdalena Bay, the Curiosity Seems Mutual|
The Seattle Times
Magdalena Bay is one of the places where curious humans pay homage to them. And it seems the curiosity is mutual: It’s common here for whales to come right up to boats, sometimes letting humans pat them on the head.
|Trump Helps Fuel Surge in Mexico Tourism to Canada|
The Associated Press
Canada has seen a surge of visitors from Mexico since December, when it lifted a visa requirement that had been imposed in 2009. The change was planned before the US election, but it is widely viewed as a reflection of warmer relations between Canada and Mexico.
|Know the Ropes so a Con Artist Doesn't Steal Your Cash and Wreck Your Spring Break Vacation|
Money Talks News
What better way to celebrate the end of the long winter than to jet or drive off for spring break? Unfortunately, the growing volume of spring break travel has sparked a growing number of travel scams.
|Meeke Overcomes Late Drama to Take Rally Mexico|
Kris Meeke won Guanajuato Rally Mexico on Sunday despite almost throwing victory away when he crashed off the road into a spectator car park less than a kilometer from the finish.
|All We Want Is to Live in This Solar Treehouse on the Beach Near Acapulco|
Everyone needs to see this, because it’s stunning. The Playa Viva is a magical hotel made up of a collection of treehouses, all sitting on a beach just north of Acapulco.
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