The Great Goddess reveals more of her secrets

Teotihuacan stands north-east of Mexico City, a vast complex of stone buildings that archaeologists have been excavating for decades. Now they believe they are close to discovering a royal tomb that will shed light on the region’s ancient rulers. Continue reading The Great Goddess reveals more of her secrets

Water rights: Hope for the Colorado River

For more than a decade the Colorado River has been practically drained dry before it reaches the Gulf of California – 5 trillion gallons of water sucked out by thirsty cities and farms across the south-western USA and northern Mexico. And demand is increasing. Continue reading Water rights: Hope for the Colorado River

You can’t tell a book by its cover

The village church of Santiago Tupátaro in Mexico’s Michoacán State was built in 1775. Indian artists painted the entire wooden ceiling with scenes of the life and death of Christ and the Virgin Mary. A simple whitewashed building, standing on old wooden planks, conceals the richness and beauty within. Continue reading You can’t tell a book by its cover