After Dia del Trabajo of Mexico

After Dia del Trabajo of Mexico

In the English language, Dia del trabajo is the Labor Day. In Mexico, this is the day when the Mexican workers’ union movements are commemorated. Historically, it was a day to recognize and respect the rights of workers. The spirit of protest to fight for more privileges and comfort was taking quite long til Portfiiro Diaz dictatorship Industrial progress was made. Particularly the miners, farmers and factory workers who open up the labor movement in Mexico. After this national public holi... [ read more ]

Mexican Exotic Beaches Zihuatanejo

Mexican Exotic Beaches Zihuatanejo

Close to 10,000 kilometers of coastline is what Mexico is blessed with. The resort areas are Acapulco, Mayan Riviera and Cancun. Whether if you like to hang your hammock from tree to tree, just to relax and laid back, Mexico has lots to offer in terms of the sound of the waves while enjoying a cold beverage, that one of your favourite choice. Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo, situated in the northeast of Guerrero, you can find the Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo which are just four miles away from each other. ... [ read more ]

Volcanism of Mexico

Volcanism of Mexico

Active or extinct, Mexico has a long list of volcanoes. Those that was ever to have been known to have erupted are the Volcan Barcena in 1953, Ceboruco in 1875, El Chichon in 1982, Colima in 2009 and is still continuing. Some had erupted in 3940 BC such as the Las Cumbres, otheres like the Jocotitlan in 1270 +/- 75 years, we do not even know. Popocatepetl which is still active was last erupted in 2006. There is still many of them not mentioned here. Popocatepetl The name of this volcano li... [ read more ]