2007 Archive


Archive of news from the year 2007.

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Finding Fairies In The Forest

Adventure travel
Jungle and river adventures.
  FEATURE: From Timbuktu to deepest darkest Peru, mankind has been seeing fairies in the forest for many millennia.

In the jungles of Mexico, Guatemala and Belize they are known as duendes in Spanish, or aluxes in the native Mayan language.

Perhaps better described as 'imps' or 'goblins', these mystical creatures are said to be just as mischievous as their Irish cousin, the leprechaun.
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Monterrey Flight Lands In Cozumel

A new direct flight from Monterrey, in the north of Mexico, landed in Cozumel for the first time earlier this month.

The flight is operated on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays by VivaAerobus and takes about 2ΒΌ hours.
 
Cozumel Monterrey flight
New Cozumel-Monterrey flight.
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Remembering The Revolution

Mexican Revolution Day
Mexican flag in downtown Cozumel.
  Mexicans celebrated Mexican Revolution Day last week with colorful patriotic parades.

The events marked the 97th anniversary of the 1910 Mexican Revolutionary Movement.
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Christmas Snorkel Fun

What better way to enjoy your Christmas vacations in Cozumel than a day snorkeling in crystal clear waters before relaxing on the beach with a cold margarita?

Our Catamaran Snorkel Beach Party is only $55 for adults or $27.50 for kids, a great festive deal!
 
Cozumel snorkeling
Enjoy Christmas in clear waters.
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Last Chance To Buy Calendar For Christmas

Cozumel underwater photos
June: Blue Tang Fish
  Order your exclusive 2008 Cozumel underwater calendar by next Monday, December 17, if you want it in time for Christmas!

Featuring 14 of the best subaquatic snaps taken by Cozumel photographer Luisa Valdes, it makes the ideal Christmas gift.
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