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February 20 2011 Mexico Newsletter

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Bus Stations in Mexico
Mexico's long-distance bus stations in its major cities are everything that most of those in the United States are not. They are clean, well maintained, well staffed, secure, user friendly, and offer travelers many amnenities. In fact, they have been compared favorably to Europe's train terminals

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What town in Mexico is known as the "Birthplace of the Rebozo."

Answer from last week's question:

The Raramuri (commonly called the Tarahumara) are the approximately 60,000 indigenous residents who inhabit the region known as the Barranca del Cobre/the Copper Canyon. They are most famous for their ability to run long distances swiftly.

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