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The 200 ton monster travel lift awaits the completion of the concrete piers

The marine industry in La Paz will take another big step in modernization this fall as Navales Servicos La Paz S.A. de CV brings into service their 200 ton Travel Lift. The new facilities will open the door to local boatyard services to the growing number of large power and sail yachts that have discovered the boundless...

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Composite paths of 2018 Tropical Cyclones in the Eastern Pacific.

The 2018 Eastern Pacific Hurricane Season officially wrapped up December 1, but the basin has been quiet since Xavier fizzled out on November 5. The statistics...

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was sworn in on December 1, 2019 after receiving a landslide victory in July

On December 1, 2018 the new president of Mexico was sworn with a pledge to end corrution, increase public security and expand educational and healthcare opportunities to a greater number of...

Dog walking on the La Paz Malecon

The policy of banning Dogs on the Malecon has been tabled for the time being. The Mayor's edict that dogs should be banned on the boardwalk area on November 12 was...

Section of the original 'tila" image of he Virgin of Guadalupe

December 12th celebrates Dia de Guadalupe, a legendary event that bonded the people of Mexico, and much of the native New World peoples and the Catholic Church...

Poinsettas- Flor de Nochebuena

The Poinsettia with its star-shaped green leaves that turn into a deep red flower at the top has several names and a very interesting history and legend. 

Euphorbia pulcherrima (literally...


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