1. Skip to navigation
  2. Skip to content
  3. Skip to secondary content



Travel

Complete Archives

Prehispanic Teotihuacans Exhumed Dead and Used Make-Up in After-Death Rituals

Prehispanic Teotihuacans Exhumed Dead and Used Make-Up in After-Death Rituals

In the case of the Teotihuacans, these cosmetics were used as part of the after-death ritual to honour their city’s most important people. continue reading »

Spain and France Connect via High-Speed Rail

Spain and France Connect via High-Speed Rail

Spain inaugurated on Tuesday a rail line from Barcelona to the French border that completes the process of linking the two nations' high-speed passenger rail services. continue reading »

Latin America News: Ecuador Tops List of Places to Retire

Latin America News: Ecuador Tops List of Places to Retire

The Latin America country of Ecuador tops the list of places for foreigners to retire to. In the rankings produced by InternationalLiving.com, viewed Ecuador’s quality of life, low cost of living and mild climate as ideal for retirees. continue reading »

First Week of 2013 Proves Deadly in Puerto Rico With 14 Murders

First Week of 2013 Proves Deadly in Puerto Rico With 14 Murders

A young evangelical pastor was among the 14 people slain in Puerto Rico in the first week of 2013, police reported Monday. The most recent murder occurred Sunday at 9:55 p.m. in Canovanas, east of San Juan, where an unknown assailant walked up to Kedin Adorno Fuentes, 22, and shot him several times in the face. continue reading »

American Airlines Employee, Luis Montano, Put on ‘No Fly’ List, Doesn’t Know Why

American Airlines Employee, Luis Montano, Put on ‘No Fly’ List, Doesn’t Know Why

A 13-year employee of American Airlines is baffled and financially crushed, having been told by his employer that he was being suspended after his name was added to the TSA's "no fly" list. continue reading »

Flight From Brazil Diverted After Young Woman Dies on Plane

Flight From Brazil Diverted After Young Woman Dies on Plane

According to police a young woman onboard a flight from Brazil to Texas died mid-flight. The American Airlines flight had departed Sao Paolo, Brazil just after 1a.m. on continue reading »

Latin America News:  American Tourist Dies After Falling in Machu Picchu

Latin America News:  American Tourist Dies After Falling in Machu Picchu

An American tourist died after falling into a ravine while hiking near the famed Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, located in the southeastern Peruvian region of Cuzco, local media reported. continue reading »

2 Million Ring in 2013 on Brazil’s Copacabana Beach

2 Million Ring in 2013 on Brazil’s Copacabana Beach

Brazil greeted the New Year with massively attended festivities in its principal cities, the standout being the celebration on Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana beach attended by close to 2.3 million people. continue reading »

Financially Ailing Mexico Gets Boost From Hotel Industry

Financially Ailing Mexico Gets Boost From Hotel Industry

The Mexican Pacific resort city of Acapulco, which is experiencing a severe financial crisis, is getting a boost from the hotel industry, which reported an occupancy rate of 97 percent, continue reading »

Puerto Rico’s Hotel Occupancy at Almost 100% for the Holidays

Puerto Rico’s Hotel Occupancy at Almost 100% for the Holidays

Puerto Rico will bid farewell to the last week of 2012 with its hotel occupancy rate at close to 100 percent, in a year when the sector saw an improvement over 2011 in both occupancy and price per room. continue reading »

Traveling During the Holidays? “Know Before You Go”

Traveling During the Holidays? “Know Before You Go”

With the holiday travel season upon us, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is reminding travelers that there are several important things they can do to ensure smooth and efficient processing upon arrival in the U.S. continue reading »

TripAdvisor Survey: Cancun is Friendliest Tourist City

TripAdvisor Survey: Cancun is Friendliest Tourist City

TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel site, announced the results of its Cities Survey, a look into how travelers and locals view 40 key tourist cities around the world. The results were compiled based on more than 75,0 continue reading »

NASA on the “Mayan Apocalypse”: Not Real, Not Going to Happen

NASA on the “Mayan Apocalypse”: Not Real, Not Going to Happen

Dec. 21, 2012, won't be the end of the world as we know, however, it will be another winter solstice. Contrary to some of the common beliefs out there, the claims behind the end of the world quickly unravel when pinned down to the 2012 timeline. continue reading »

Spanish Electric Utility Inaugurates LatAm’s 1st “Smart City” in Brazil

Spanish Electric Utility Inaugurates LatAm’s 1st “Smart City” in Brazil

The chairman of Spanish electric utility Endesa, Borja Prado, inaugurated Latin America's first energy-efficient "smart city" in the Brazilian municipality of Buzios, the company said Wednesday. continue reading »

Peru to Build World’s Tallest Museum in Mining Region of Pasco

Peru to Build World’s Tallest Museum in Mining Region of Pasco

Though the title of world's tallest museum is held by the Mole Antonelliana in Turin, Italy, Peru is looking to build the world's highest museum. A new museum being built in Peru's Pasco region will stand continue reading »