The WeExpats crew gathered at the Digital Nomad Summit in Cancun to learn about how to garner a better online presence, while meeting people from all over the world! Learn how to travel the world from the people who do it. Click here to learn more!
Do you like nopal cactus? Well, it might be the sustainable food of the future. Learn about how nopal cactus is helping people in arid areas grow enough food to feed themselves and their livestock. Also, discover a myriad of benefits growing nopal cactus has on other farm products. Click here to learn more!
He ruled Mexico with an iron hand for 30 years, and it would take a revolution to get him out of power. However, was he the despot history makes him out to be? Hear both sides of the argument. Learn about one of the most famous figures in Mexican history: Porfirio Diaz. Click here to learn all about this!
One of our WeExpats contributors went to the International Cecina Fair in the charming village of Yecapixtla. The pueblo of Yecapixtla is known for its cecina de Yecapixtla. Find out what is cecina and what makes this town so special, all in pictures! Click here to take a visual journey and learn more!
This brief study of groundwater in Guanajuato covers the basics of groundwater and aquifer use, and the overexploitation of groundwater in Guanajuato. It also highlights the groundwater quality in San Miguel de Allende. And it lastly covers radiation found in groundwater Guanajuato. Click here to learn more!
In this article, you will learn about the Mexican Soccer League. Also known as La Liga MX, discover the history of how this league came about in Mexico. Also, learn the basic structure of the season, some unique facts about Mexican football, and what teams play in Mexican Soccer. Click here to learn more!
A Mexican grandmother has become an international sensation in only one month, already hitting one million followers on YouTube. Her secret is cooking only the most rustic dishes with the freshest ingredients–picked right from her ranch in Michoacan. Get these recipes and see how she did it! Click here to learn more!
In this article, you will learn Mexico’s cheer called “Chiquitibum”. Discover the origin of this cheer, how to cheer it, when it’s done, and the surprising story of how a model popularized it around the world while finding fame. Click here to learn more!
You may have seen it by the side of the road, or at a taqueria, and perhaps you’ve wondered: What is tepache? In this article, you’ll learn about Mexico’s fermented pineapple drink. Discover its origins, how it is made, whether it is alcoholic, and what the future holds for this tangy drink. Click here to learn more!
El mes patrio is September, and festivities in September and October in Mexico seem to be on overdrive. This article lists all the main festivities in Mexico during the months of September and October, including their history and how they are celebrated today. Click here to learn more!