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Loreto Baja California Sur Peninsula Mexico
Loreto Baja California Sur Peninsula Mexico
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Loreto National Park, in Baja California, is one the world’s most important calving sites for blue whales. Whale-watching tourism started a few years ago inspired by the gray whale story in the Pacific, but researchers worried when they started to notice stress signs in the diving pattern of the whales.
The implementation of the passive observation method was a success and whales are now more relaxed, and so are the park managers and the scientist; but more important the community has now a sustainable economic alternative and tourists go back home with a lifetime experience.

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All state governments in Mexico manipulate crime data. Manipulation in data is due to the fact that there are all kinds of incentives at all levels in the government for doing so.
All state governments in Mexico manipulate crime data. Manipulation in data is due to the fact that there are all kinds of incentives at all levels in the government for doing so. For example, police officers manipulate information to meet quotas and politicians do the same. to win votes.
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Nuestro amigo Gerardo y su nueva Stereo Hpa 160 TM.Listo para rodar las bellas rutas de Loreto
Nuestro amigo Gerardo y su nueva Stereo Hpa 160 TM.Listo para rodar las bellas rutas de +Loreto
Mariano Abasolo e Jalisco y Colima
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US president Donald Trump suggested on Thursday that he would consider using a 20% tax on imports from Mexico in order to generate funds to build a wall.
But there is a big drawback - which may explain why his staff is now backpedaling. This tax would mostly be paid by US consumers, in the form of higher prices.
US president Donald Trump suggested on Thursday that he would consider using a 20% tax on imports from Mexico in order to generate funds to build a wall.
But there is a big drawback - which may explain why his staff is now backpedaling. This tax would mostly be paid by US consumers, in the form of higher prices. It's basic economics.
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Bistro & Bakery - Breakfast, lunch and more, pizzas-salads-pasta.. Gluten Free Pizza !! Daily fresh bread
http://mx.baja-sur.com/PanQuePan

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San Juan de La Costa 1'400 has, lotificadas en varias parcelas debidamente tituladas de diferentes dimensiones.
Con costa y sin costa.
Precio depende superficie y ubicación.
Desde 1.00dlls/m2 hasta 4.00 dlls/m2.

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Loreto (or Conchó) was the first Spanish settlement on the Baja California Peninsula. It served as the capital of Las Californias from 1697 to 1777, and is the current seat of the municipality of Loreto in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur. The city of 14,724 people (2010 census) is located on the coast of the Gulf of California, about 350 km (220 mi) north of the state capital, La Paz.
The town was founded in 1697 by Jesuit missionaries, who found a steady spring of fresh water on this site, as the Misión Nuestra Señora de Loreto. The town served as the capital of the province of Las Californias from its founding until the capital was moved to Monterey on February 3, 1777. The town then became the headquarters for the Lieutenant Governor of California Viejo (later the province of Baja California).

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AeroMexico (Mexico City) has announced a new service between Los Angeles (SoCal/USA) and La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, with two weekly frequencies starting on 20. June 2013. Aeromexico will launched the first direct flight from the U.S. to La Paz on June 20, with service from LAX to La Paz twice weekly, on Thursday and Sunday.
The Los Angeles to La Paz flight number AM 2167 will depart LAX at 2:20 p.m. and arrive at 5:44 p.m.
The return flight will depart La Paz at 11:51 a.m. and arrive at LAX at 1:20 p.m.

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The Loreto 400 Off-Road race in an attractive loop-course of about 30 km. The race is at the 15.-16. September 2012.

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