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Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Guadalajara! (I was told it sounds cool saying it out loud 3 times...)

Guadalajara, Mexico’s second city with a population of around 4.4 million (incredibly, only about a 6th of that of the capital).

This was our next stop where we hoped to see a few sights, before launching ourselves into a few cities/towns along the Mexican Pacific coast. 1,591 more words

Mexico

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Adam + Mallory

Mallory and Adam enjoyed a small, intimate destination wedding on the coast of Cozumel, Mexico with 31 guests, including family and friends in June 2010. Adam (24 at the time) and Mallory (23 at the time) loved the idea of a destination wedding and highly recommend it to brides considering destination weddings for themselves. 526 more words

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A perspective on MINT: youth, cosmopolitanism, and cultural convergence

Key takeaways:

  1. Whilst emerging markets share a number of economic and demographic commonalities, their cultures are vastly different
  2. Flamingo’s MINT Project appears to draw upon the views of cosmopolitan youths who are, to a large extent, culturally convergent and geographically placeless…
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Chapala, Colima, and cabins, oh my!

For the past two weeks we have been slowly creeping by bus through some small and big towns as we make our way to the beautiful beaches of Michoacan. 499 more words

Latin America

A New Trans-American Partnership

By Ernesto Talvi | Brookings Institution

MONTEVIDEO – Many foreign-policy analysts say that the United States’ relationship with Latin America is one of “benign neglect.” U.S. 724 more words

Global Trade

Mexico's Island of Women

Isla Mujeres has a charm about it that hooks you right from the moment you step foot on the island. Just 12 minutes by ferry from Cancun, it’s hard to believe somewhere so close to tourism-gone-bad can possibly produce anything even remotely close to charming. 658 more words