Category: Safety

The MEXICO Report Launches Real Heroes of Mexico Project

LOS ANGELES  – January 30, 2012 – The MEXICO Report, a blog dedicated to showcasing positive stories about Mexico has launched its Real Heroes of Mexico project. The effort will recognize goodwill efforts taking place in Mexico and those who…

Travelers Speak Candidly About Visiting Mexico in New Taxi Project

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In a forward effort to capture real life testimonials about travelers’ experiences in Mexico, the Mexico Tourism Board has launched a new campaign called ‘Mexico Taxi Project’. In the campaign, based on the similar cable show ‘Taxicab Confessions,’  passengers are…

My Mexico: Videos of Everyday People Celebrating Mexico

Mexico is a diverse and historically rich country filled with original, indigenous cultures, eco-tourism, biodiversity, natural landscapes, lush jungles, deserts, tens of thousands of archeological sites, colonial cities, wine and tequila production, world-class cuisine, haciendas, cenotes, cathedrals, UNESCO World Heritage…

10 Tips For Ensuring a Safe Road Trip Across the Border

More than forty million people cross the border each year between San Diego and Tijuana, making the region the busiest land-border crossing in the world. Recently, I was asked to comment on the safety conditions of driving to Northern Baja…

‘Hero Reports’: MIT Collaborates With Mexico Cities To Promote ‘Positivism’

In an article posted by The Huffington Post a few days ago, this title really caught my eye. To me, this is a shining example of how a positive action can create a ripple effect in the right direction. According…

Mexico Through the Eyes of its President in ‘Mexico: The Royal Tour’

Last night, my husband and I attended the Los Angeles screening of “Mexico: The Royal Tour” at Regal Cinemas in downtown at LA Live, on behalf of Mexico Today and The MEXICO Report. A special thanks to Mexico Today and to…