Monthly Archives: July 2011

Spend the Summer in Teotihuacan and Central America

The name Teotihuacan, City of Gods, is linked to one of the most important pre-Hispanic cultures. Located 45 kilometers from the Mexican capital for 800 years (the second century BC to the seventh century AD) was the cultural, political and … Continue reading

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UK: More than 130 hotels under development in the Caribbean region, as reported by STR Global

UK. STR and STR Global (STR, Deloitte HotelBenchmark and The Bench) published its report in June of hotels under development in the Asia / Pacific, Caribbean / Mexico, Central and South America, Europe and Africa / Middle East. According to … Continue reading

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Central America launches its own”Google”of meteorology

SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR (21/JUL/2011) .- One of the most affected regions in the world for climate change, Central America, launched Thursday its meteorological database shared under a series of measures to prevent natural disasters. This “is the Google of … Continue reading

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Natural disasters threaten the survival of Central America

White repeated natural disasters, Central America looking for ways to escape a projection of calamities that has cost tens of billions of dollars and threatens misery to generations yet unborn. “Climate change is not a hypothesis is something that is … Continue reading

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Dora storm strengthens in Pacific Central America

Although it is unlikely that the hurricane makes landfall, if storms and landslides cause of hills that could lead to serious consequences. As of Thursday, the minimum temperatures would rise in the capital Lonquimay Mayor asks Piñera visit the area … Continue reading

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Experts confirm there are dormant volcanoes in Honduras!

TEGUCIGALPA .- Strange rumblings and fumaroles on some mountains of the country often alarmed the residents, who worried call the relief agencies to do monitoring in these regions, as if anticipating the possible eruption of a dormant volcano. In the … Continue reading

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Tourism in Central America recover and generate 21,000 new jobs

Tourism began in Central America recover after the impact of the international economic crisis and the number of visitors grew 11% in 2010, generating revenues of $ 7.341 million which helped create 21,000 jobs, officials said. The total number of … Continue reading

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Central America had a Security Summit Towards a new type of neo Protectorate

In Tribute to Facundo Cabral “There is nothing new except what has been forgotten” (Madeimosille Bertin, dressmaker to Marie Antoinette). Gradually Central America is slipping precariously toward the philosophical and conceptual recycling of the disgraceful and undemocratic doctrine of National … Continue reading

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