Have you ever wondered if retiring on a cruise ship is right for you? In this article we explore different ways to retire on a cruise ship, as well as the pros and cons of such a lifestyle. Click here to learn more!
Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday that celebrates the life of loved ones. You can find fantastic festivities of Dia de los Muertos in Tepoztlan. Learn more about the history, traditions, and culture of Day of the Dead in Tepoztlan, Mexico.
This article contains information on the different types of International Driver’s License. There is a International Driving Permit from UN Conventions in 1926, 1949, and 1968. We explore the history, requirements, and some frequently asked questions about the International Driving License. Click here to learn more.
This article provides helpful advice if you have been wondering how to open a bank account in Mexico. Many countries are far stricter when it comes to opening a bank account in Mexico. If you have the required documentation, then you don’t need to worry about your credit history. Having a Mexican bank account is [...]
Tacos have been a passion of mine for decades. Growing up in Mexico City, my friends would take me to tacos stands throughout a night of social engagements; and as the night would pass, we would find ourselves eating progressively cheaper and stranger tacos with incrementally spicier salsas to cover up exponentially lower quality meats, [...]
The deadline to register to vote abroad is ending in a week, so we thought we would put together an article on a couple speedy ways to vote abroad. Regardless of your political beliefs, it’s important to make yourself heard—even if you’re living abroad. First of all, this New York Times Article is a helpful [...]
Joggers carry el fuego simbolico de la cabalgata between Dolores Hidalgo and San Miguel de Allende. In the small town of Dolores, Guanajuato, on the 16th of September, 1810, a Catholic priest named Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rang his church bell urging his countrymen to rise up against Spanish control. This act triggered the Mexican [...]
For those Mexican expats who are die-hard fans of American football, there is hope for you when the NFL season ends: there is a Mexican league playing American football—and it’s growing. The LFA (or Liga de Fútbol Americano Profesional) began only a few years ago in 2016. The real powerhouse behind the LFA’s creation is [...]
If you are in Mexico, you have most likely gotten used to paying outrageous sums for jugs of filtered water from your local convenient store. Some of you might be making the biweekly trip, carrying large containers of water to and fro—often with a parched throat—until you can get home to quench your thirst. Fret [...]
A Pueblo Mágico is a certification awarded to small villages in Mexico by the tourism board (Secretaría de Turismo). This program was launched in 2001, with only 32 towns selected. After the success of the program, it was relaunched in 2010—this time with a total of 83 towns. In 2015, the list was expanded to [...]