What is cajeta

What is Cajeta and How Is It Different from Dulce de Leche?

This article was written by one of WeExpats contributors about the history of caramel--in particular cajeta. What is cajeta? Do you like cajeta? Have you ever tried it? We'd love to hear from you! Please join in our Facebook discussion. You can click here to share your thoughts! Interested in expat health insurance? Click here [...]

Mexico Enters Coronavirus Phase 3

In this article, you will learn about the phases of the coronavirus and what it means that Mexico entered Phase 3. This is the most important phase! Learn what to expect in the way of restrictions and social distancing implementations. Click here to learn more!

Tips for Driving in Mexico

Tips for Driving in Mexico

In this article, you’ll learn tips for driving in Mexico. Whether you’re driving on the highway or in the city, this article will give you valuable tips to stay safe on the road in Mexico. Also, learn what you need to know to get your Mexican driver’s license and TIP in Mexico. Click here to learn more!

Quarantine without alcohol

Will We Be Stuck in Quarantine without Alcohol in Mexico?

Could we be facing quarantine without alcohol in Mexico? In this article, you will find out how some states are restricting the sale of alcohol to different municipalities in Mexico. Also, find out why they are going dry, which states have gone dry, and if your state might be next. Click here to learn more!

Guide to Tijuana

Guide to Tijuana: An Expat’s Layover in TJ

Tijuana, Mexico is becoming a modern city with top-tier attractions. Interested in expat health insurance? Click here for a 1-minute quote! Don't worry it will open in a new page.   Chandler Hunt, writing for WeExpats, puts forth his advice for what to do on a long layover when you are taking the Cross-Border Express. [...]
New Mexican Bank

Banco del Bienestar – Mexico Is Opening a New Mexican Bank

The Mexican government has decided to open up its own bank. This new Mexican bank will be called the Banco del Bienestar. However, it has affectionately been dubbed the Bank of the Poor. Learn about this new bank’s beginnings and the plan for its future in this article. Click here to learn more!

History of tamales

What Are Tamales? – History of Tamales

If you’ve wondered what are tamales then this article is for you. Discover the rich history of tamales that spans 10,000 years! Also, see what tamales are like in other countries outside of Mexico in this fascinating article. Click here to learn more!

Three Kings Day in Mexico

Día de Reyes: Three Kings Day in Mexico

Have you ever been to Three Kings Day in Mexico? In this article, you’ll learn about Dia de Reyes. Discover the rich history behind this Mexican holiday. Learn about gift giving in Mexico and how to celebrate Dia de Los Reyes Magos. Don’t be a clueless expat! Click here to learn more!

Why do Mexicans eat grapes on New Years?

Why Do Mexicans Eat Grapes on New Year’s Eve?

If you’ve been to a New Year’s party in Mexico, then you might have seen people eating grapes on New Year’s Eve in Mexico. You have likely wondered, Why do Mexicans eat grapes on New Year’s Eve? In this article, you’ll learn the history of this unique tradition. Don’t be a clueless expat, click here to learn more!

Tips Before Moving to Mexico

Secret Tips You Need to Know Before Moving to Mexico

If you are moving to Mexico, then these helpful tips can save you a great deal of trouble later down the road. Learn what to do before you move from expats that have lived in Mexico for decades. Find out about cell phones, getting mail, moving your stuff, and staying safe during an emergency. Click here to learn more!

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