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Bring light ponchos for rain gear. These can be purchased from most camping stores. Many stadiums also carry a light poncho to sell to fans of local football teams. These work great as well. They are small and light and easy to carry anywhere you go as a rain cloud can come in no time and dump a monsoon on your head.


Experience the Tortuga Liberation!
Every year hundreds of baby Green Sea Turtles emerge from the sandy beaches of the Mayan Riviera and head into the vast ocean.

Mexico peso (Mex$) = 100 centavos

In 1998 there were 9.6 million telephones main lines in use.

There are 31,048 km of railways in Mexico.

Females are allowed to volunteer for military service.

In 1997 Mexico had 31 million radios in use.

Mexico's exports partners: US 89.3%, Canada 1.7%, Spain 0.6%, Japan 0.5%, Venezuela 0.3%, Chile 0.3%, Brazil 0.3%.

Mexico produced 176.055 billion kWh of electricity in 1998.

The main industries are: food and beverages, tobacco, chemicals, iron and steel, petroleum, mining, textiles, clothing, motor vehicles, consumer durables, tourism.

The Mexican name for the Atlantic coastal region of the Yucatan Peninsula is Riviera Maya. The English use is either Maya Riviera or Mayan Riviera. It is used all three ways in this web site.

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MEXICAN EMBASSIES & CONSULATES

This page at a glance:



FOREIGN EMBASSIES IN MEXICO

    Canadian Embassy in México
    http://www.canada.org.mx/

    Delegation of the European Union
    http://www.pentanet.com.mx/EU/default.htm

    Italy
    http://www.pentanet.com.mx/

    Japan
    http://www.internet.com.mx/embjapon/index.htmll

    Perú
    http://www.ejetres.com.mx/embajada-peru/

    United States
    http://www.usembassy-mexico.gov

    Great Britian
    http://www.embajadabritanica.com.mx/



EMBASSIES & CONSULATES IN OTHER COUNTRIES

Mexican Embassy in Australia
http://people.enternet.com.au/~embmex/
Mexican Embassy in Belgium
http://www.embamexbel.be/index.html
Mexican Embassy in Belize
http://www.embamexbelize.gob.mx/
Mexican Embassy in Canada
http://www.embamexcan.com
Mexican Embassy in Denmark
http://www.mexican-embassy.dk
Mexican Embassy in Germany
http://www.inf.fu-berlin.de/~mexico/
Mexican Embassy in Honduras
http://www.embamexhond.org/
Mexican Embassy in Italy
http://www.target.it/messico/
Mexican Embassy in Japan
http://www.teleserve.co.jp/embassy/embassy/mex/index.html
Mexican Embassy in Lebanon
http://www.embamex.org.lb
Mexican Embassy in Portugal
http://www.embamex.pt/
Mexican Embassy in Rumania
http://www.inf.fu-berlin.de:80/~mexico/rum/rum1.htm
Mexican Embassy in the United Kingdom
http://www.demon.co.uk/mexuk/
Mexican Embassy in the United States
http://www.embamexcan.com
Mexican Embassy in Uruguay
http://www.rau.edu.uy/embamex/
Mexican Mission to the United Nations
http://www.undp.org/missions/mexico/
Consulate General of Mexico in Atlanta
http://www.enespanol.com/atlanta/mexconsulate/
Consulate General of Mexico in Austin
http://www.onr.com/consulmx/
Consulate General of Mexico in Chicago
http://www.angelfire.com/il/consulmex/
Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas
http://www.consulmexdallas.com/
Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles
http://www.consulmex-la.com/
Consulate General of Mexico in Miami
http://www.netrunner.net/~fritzk/consulad.htm
Consulate General of Mexico in Milan
http://dbweb.agora.stm.it/market/consmex/home.htm
Consulate General of Mexico in New York
http://www.quicklink.com/mexico/
Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento
http://www.quiknet.com/mexico/
Consulate General of Mexico in San Antonio
http://www.eden.com/~prmexsat/
Consulate General of Mexico in Denver
http://www.vaultbbs.com/%7Emexico/
Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles
http://www.consulmex-la.com/
Consulate General of Mexico in New York
http://www.quicklink.com/mexico/
Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento
http://www.quiknet.com/mexico/
Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco
http://quicklink.com/consulmex-SF/
Consulate General of Mexico in Toronto
http://www.quicklink.com/mexico/toronto/consulado.htm
Embassy of Mexico in Australia
http://people.enternet.com.au/~embmex/
Embassy of Mexico in Belgium and Luxemburg
http://www.embamexbel.be/
Embassy of Mexico in Canada
http://www.DocuWeb.ca/Mexico/
Embassy of Mexico in Germany
http://www.inf.fu-berlin.de/~mexico/
Embassy of Mexico in Honduras
http://www.embamexhond.org/
Embassy of Mexico in Israel
http://www.grapho.net/embassy/mx.htm
Embassy of Mexico in Malaysia
http://www.embamex.org.my
Embassy of Mexico in Norway
http://www.sn.no/~mexico/index.htmll
Embassy of Mexico in Romania
http://www.inf.fu-berlin.de:80/~mexico/rum/rum1.htm
Embassy of Mexico in South Africa
http://www.embamex.org.za/



CONSULATE GENERAL CANADA CONSULATE GENERAL CANADA

Consulate General in Toronto:

Consul General: Manuel Uribe Castañeda
Deputy Consul: Enrique Palos Soto
Commerce Court West
199 Bay St., Suite 4440
Toronto ON M5L 1E9
Tel. (416) 368-2875, 368-1847 and 368-8141
Fax: (416) 368-8342 and 368-9384
E-mail: consulad@interlog.com

Consulate General in Vancouver:

Consul General: María de Guadalupe Albert Llorente
Deputy Consul: Rodolfo Díaz
710-1177 West hastings Street
Vancouver BC V6E 2K3
Tel. (604) 684-3547, 684-1859 and 683-0674
Fax: (604) 684-2485
http://www.consulmexvan.com
E-mail: mexico@direct.ca

Consulate General in Montreal:

Consul General: Jaime García Amaral
Deputy Consul: Laura Espinoza Martínez
2055 rue Peel, bureau 1000
Montreal QC H3A 1V4
Tel. (514) 288-2502, 288-2707 and 288-4916
Fax: (514) 288-8287
http://www.consulmex.qc.ca
E-mail: comexmt@consulmex.qc.ca

HONORARY CONSULATES CANADA

Honorary Consulate in Dartmouth, NS:

Honorary Consul: Galo Carrera
53 Hawthorne Street
Dartmouth NS B2Y 2Y7
Tel. (902) 466-3678
Fax: (902) 466-3678
E-mail: gcarrera@fox.nstn.ca

Honorary Consulate in Quebec City, QC:

Honorary Consul: Madeleine Therrien
380 Chemin Saint-Louis No. 1407
Quebec QC G1S 4M1
Tel: (418) 681-3192
Fax: (418) 683-7843

Honorary Consul: John C. Crosbie, P.C., Q.C.
Scotia Centre, 235 Water Street
P.O. Box 610
St. John's NF A1C 5L3
Tel. (709) 570-5507 and (709) 726-6124
Fax: (709) 722-0483
E-mail: jcrosbie@pphm.com

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In Mexico they speak: Spanish, various Mayan, Nahuatl, and other regional indigenous languages.

90% of Mexicans age 15 and over can read and write.

Mexico Sex ratio:
at birth: 1.05 male(s)/female
under 15 years: 1.04 male(s)/female
15-64 years: 0.95 male(s)/female
65 years and over: 0.81 male(s)/female
total population: 0.97 male(s)/female (2000 est.)

Mexico has a population of: 100,349,766 (July 2000 est.)

There is 61,000 sq km of irrigated land. (1993 est.)

Mexico's natural resources are: petroleum, silver, copper, gold, lead, zinc, natural gas, timber.

There is 9,330 km of coastline.

The life expectancy is: male 68.47 years, female 74.66 years. (2000 est.)

The geographic coordinates are: 23 00 N, 102 00 W

Mexico had 38.6 million people in the labor force in 1999.

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