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Abyssinian Cat

Posted on January 30, 2011 in News

Cats have always been animals of great charm and pleasure by the people, since their beautiful stylized figure, beautiful eyes that express a look at times full of mystery, curiosity in others, but always very expressive in end the whole them away captive, but may be some cats that have features most beautiful, perhaps it is because that its found its origins in Egypt to nearby places, so it makes certain aspects of these cats in his time were representations of the gods of ancient Egypt, and one of those copies is the Abyssinian cat, which features beautiful and loving way of being immediately captivated who very likely will be his master. The Abyssinian cat like a lot of cats that have been present during many periods in history, has a past not very clear, but trying to make the most accurate approach to the origins of this wonderful and charming cat, is coming from ancient Abyssinia, now called Ethiopia, is expected to drop another ancient race itself of Egypt, as previously mentioned aspects are very similar to the cats of ancient Egypt, as is well known this kind of cats in ancient Egypt and the surrounding region of this African country. Despite this there are those who say the Abyssinian cat has its origins in Ethiopia, much less in Egypt, so there is another theory which argues that the Abyssinian cat is peculiar to England, result obtained from cats with marbled coats But being accepted the first theory. The Abyssinian cat was released in the world with the introduction of this cat to England by the army of Queen Victoria for the year 1892, later was accomplished the domestication of the race and the subsequent expansion of the number of copies in several places in the world. Leaving behind the past and into charming Abyssinian cat are more like physical characteristics, it is worth saying that all of its contour resembles that of a puma, but small scale, so, obviously has a very wild air interesting and captivating, but these wild characters do not take away his great elegance since it has a beautiful stylized figure, with a very flexible body and the presence of very well muscled, with regard to body measurements, has a medium size, very suitable for all their physical surroundings. Due to the characteristics of the head and facial area, has a medium head with a forward angle with respect to aspects of the facial area, has a strong chin but with soft features, the ears are large, do not become pointed, rather they are rounded up to reach the top, with respect to the eyes that are of great value in the Abyssinian cat, being puppies color is a greyish blue and the move to adulthood vary intense gold or green, his eyes immediately expressed great vivacity and expressiveness. Another feature of great value in the Abyssinian cat's fur, which is called agouti, speaking in common terms, each hair has a different key, so going from a red or brown dark or black, with the special feature that the part that goes close to the body, gives hair a few shades lighter and part of the tip and with the advance, it is becoming darker, now is made a classification of the Abyssinian cat, depending on the hue of colors, so is the traditional that has a reddish color and the other has a deep red with chocolate brown tips.

Merida, Tourism And Culture

Posted on January 14, 2011 in News

Merida, capital of Yucatan, also known as the "White City" and named the American Capital of Culture in 2000 was built on the ruins of the Mayan people as you can still find some traces of past life in different areas of the city. The Center is the area most visited by foreign and local because it is home to most of the old buildings and representative of the city, many of them converted into and up, ranging from hostels which offer comfortable and colorful hammocks its guests to exclusive hacienda style boutique hotels or where perfectly combine the luxury and comfort. a It is also in the Centre where bases are concentrated in many business areas and it is a very popular area every day. However, in the evening when most shops start to close their doors, many s draw their tables and chairs on the sidewalks or even the streets and you can see a more bohemian (the streets surrounding the main park do not allow pass vehicles on weekends so you can easily walk on them, enjoy a coffee, listen to a trio or a Yucatecan trova or even dance to the beat of a musical group of some of the local restaurants that offer live music) A few blocks from Main Park also called Plaza Grande is the famous Lucas de Galvez market where people gather around to buy and sell all kinds of goods, worth mentioning that in this market also offers an array of sweets, especially in the Day of the Dead celebrations or Hanal Pixan (Food of the a NIMAS) as people usually put on their altars as an offering to their dead.


Posted on January 12, 2011 in News

However, if the market is ripe hiciese, and was equivalent to that of yogurt today, competition would throw those prices down. And notice that I am not speaking here for any of the costs of production, simply a question of what stage the market is located. Therefore, in addition to costs, margins and competition, the company must ask what value the customer perceives that product in this format, in that location … Sometimes, if possible, it is appropriate to conduct a market survey to know how much they would pay customers for one such device. For example, the prestigious brand Lacoste started in the United States with prices below forty dollars, to fight the stiff competition that was there. But low margins that had made him lose its quality, which sales fell, which drove him to further reduce their prices … in 2001, gave a change to its policy and prices rose to more than seventy dollars, increasing its sales by 125%, and becoming a product image of exclusivity, as in Europe. When considering the cost must also be taken into account the cost structure, ie the ratio of fixed costs (not dependent on the production and / or sales) and variables, and marginal costs (to sell one more unit).

For example, chartered a bus with 50 televisions, and that carriage is worth me 500 euros, the cost of such transport is 10 euros per television. However, if you want to send an additional TV, no longer fits in my truck, I have to order an additional service that costs me 50 euros, and by a single TV! (Marginal cost). Another example is the carriers, which offer last minute deals. Why? For them, the cost of travel is about the same whether the plane carried 190 or 200 passengers. Therefore, to fill to its maximum capacity available, can perform this type of offers (would be better also for hotels, for example). A classic case of differentiation is offered by the no less classic Coca-Cola. Although the cost of production and distribution may be similar, it costs the same in Mexico than in Spain, for example. But even more, if I buy in the same city a can of 33 cl in a hypermarket, a neighborhood store, buy it in automatic, or ask at a restaurant, I am willing to pay different prices without any problem. Thus, in the hyper can cost me 0.80 and be like a high price, and yet at the restaurant I can pay 1.50, and think it is cheap!