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You may not realize it but Earth Day actually first came into being as far back as 1970. While that might seem a long time for modern societies that want quick fixes and magic bullets, when compared to the history of the Peruvian Andes, it’s practically a nanosecond.
The water was dimpled by rising carp, and a breeze sprinkled flower petals onto the surface. Under the shade of a big Ficus tree it felt ten degrees cooler than on the street. Strolling the moat side walkway under the ancient fortifications is the easiest way to navigate Chiang Mai. Measuring slightly over one kilometer per side, the square moat is the fulcrum of the city’s many festive parades and processions.
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Mexico is a huge country and it's hard to know where to go if you only have a limited time to visit this nation. Some people prefer the beaches, some might want to take advantage of the culture, history and international restaurants, and others could consider emigrating to spend their retirement years there. Below are must-see towns and cities along with useful notes to help you get an idea of what Mexico offers.