Mexico on the Web

Photo: Vanilla Mexico on the Web was a series of columns featured in Business Mexico magazine and online the MexConnect Website — mexconnect.com. Migration: documented on the web https://www.mexconnect.com/articles/582-migration-documented-on-the-web Best of the Web 2000https://www.mexconnect.com/articles/599-best-on-the-web-for-2000 Features Planeta.com

Red Mexicana de Ecotourismo/Mexico Ecotourism Network: Mexico City Internet Workshop: March 7, 2000

Poster From the archives Red Mexicana de Ecotourismo/Mexico Ecotourism Network: Mexico City Internet Workshop: March 7, 2000 Announcement/Anuncio: On Tuesday, March 7, 2000, Planeta.com hosted an internet workshop/round-table discussion for ecotourism professionals working in Mexico. The workshop was led by Planeta.com webhost Ron Mader and will be presented in Spanish. These meetings are open to …

Summary: Re-Imagining Mexico Ecotourism Conference 2000

Poster From the archives (2000):In order to facilitate the networking of professionals working to improve ecotourism, Planeta.com hosted the Re-Imagining Ecotourism in the Americas Conference (2000-2001). The Reimagining Mexico Ecotourism Conference took place online the Internet from September 4-8, 2000. Con el fin de facilitar la creación de redes de profesionales que trabajan para mejorar …

Que Vivan Los Tamales! (1999)

From the archives (1999) Mexico’s fiery cuisines stand in sharp contrast not only with traditional European cooking but also with each other. The regional variations and menus make Mexican cuisine one of the most sophisticated in the world. Author Jeffrey Pilcher uses food itself to provide a unique, insider’s guide to Mexican history and politics. …

Chiapas’ Laguna Miramar (1999)

By John NobleFrom the archives (July 1999) Chiapas, Mexico — Beautiful, pristine Laguna Miramar, 100 kilometers south-east of Ocosingo, is the largest lake in the Lacandon jungle. It is becoming known — and accessible — to the outside world thanks to a successful community ecotourism project by the village whose territory borders its western shore, …

San Luis Potosí y el Ecoturismo: Estrategia de Desarrollo Sostenible (1999)

por Ricardo del Blanco Después de entender las fuerzas y el mercado del ecoturismo a nivel nacional como internacional quiero introducirme a un ejemplo regional. Analizaremos como el ecoturismo puede ayudar a al estado de San Luis Potosí a llegar a un desarrollo integral. Este desarrollo se dará en comunidades que tengan el potencial necesario …

Mexican Meanderings Newsletter

#50 November-December 1999 Hasta Luego, Amigos Favorite Places #49 September-October 1999 Sombrerete, a Hill and a Town Chalchihuites #48 July-August 1999 Copala, Butter, Banana Creme Pie A Bus Adventure #47 May-June 1999 Santo Domingo church (Oax) Security in Mexico #46 March-April 1999 Izamal (Yuc) By Train Merida (Yuc), 2nd Look #45 January-February 1999 Tepic & …

The Origin of Mexican Folk Healing

Huichol Artwork by Annette Sandoval Despacio se va lejos.Slowly one goes far away. Mexican folk medicine is a healing philosophy with several disparate pasts. Two significant influences are the seemingly incompatible races of the American Indian and the Spanish conquistadors. The fusion of these two cultures has created the unique healing philosophy of the Mexican …