Tag: Mexico

Doors of the Yucatán: The MEXICO Report in Mérida

The MEXICO Report By Susie Albin-Najera Said the travel writer to her camera, “Do you see what I see?”   Who knew doors could be so captivating and filled with so much character? The MEXICO Report was recently invited by the Mexico…

16 Positive Things About Mexico (and I’m only getting started!)

On the plane from Los Angeles to Cancun, a mother was traveling with her husband and two children.  Since she and her husband were not seated together, and one of their seats was next to us, they each took turns…

Mexico Through the Lens of Photographer John Mitchell

The MEXICO Report By Susie Albin-Najera With an extensive collection of colorful and clear photographs capturing Mexico’s heart and soul, professional photographer, travel writer and Montreal native, John Mitchell has been snapping up stunning images of Mexico since the early…

Triple Platinum Recording Artist Brian McKnight Talks to The MEXICO Report About First Performance in Mexico

The MEXICO Report By Susie Albin-Najera On Saturday, May 29, as part of the Riviera Maya Summer Jazz Festival taking place in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, triple platinum recording artist Brian McKnight will headline a free beachside concert along with…

Travelers, get your mobile apps on! New translation technology making it easier to communicate

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The MEXICO Report Technology By Susie Albin-Najera How many ways can you say hello?  Let yourself count the ways: Hello, hola, olá, konnichiwa, ciao, gi`a sas, hallo, bonjour, hallo, 喂 (wei4) (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Italian, Greek, German, French, Dutch,…

A Man, a Mission and More than a Million Acres of Mexican Coastline

How COSTASALVAjE/WiLDCOAST is Protecting and Preserving Coastal Ecosystems and Wildlife in The Californias from Baja and Beyond The MEXICO Report Community Section By Susie Albin-Najera For most of his life, Serge Dedina has dedicated his time and efforts to protecting…