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Mexico’s Rainy Season

Topics: Climate and Environment

Published: Saturday, April 25, 2015

Rain Storm

Mexico’s rainy season runs (generally) from May to September each year; sometimes spilling into October. Although some travelers try to avoid visits this time of year, the choice may be unfounded as there are several advantages to visiting Mexico in the rainy season.

U.S. Medicare in Mexico

Topics: Health Care

Published: Friday, April 17, 2015

Medical Appointment

We recently received this question from one of our readers:

“I have repeatedly heard that Mexico is a country where Medicare is accepted. If so, it would be the only place outside of the States. Once and for all, is this true or just one more expatriate legend?” . . .

Mexico’s Tipping Culture

Topics: Markets and Trade | Money

Published: Thursday, April 9, 2015

Mexican Coins

Tipping is woven into the fabric of Mexican social culture. The tipping ritual is so commonplace that it is also plays a significant role in Mexico’s informal, cash-driven economy . . .

Bread Shops, Neighbors, and Nostalgia

Topics: Culture & History

Published: Friday, March 27, 2015

Bread Basket

An important part of Mexico’s past and present are its bread shops, which are found on many busy corners of its towns and cities. When you’re hungry, there’s nothing quite as enticing as the smell of fresh baked bread wafting out from the local panadería.

Wood Decks and Open Space Living Areas

Topics: Real Estate

Published: Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Wood Deck

Most of Mexico has a year-round mild climate, conducive to spending a lot of time outdoors or in open spaces within the home. In fact, many Mexican families spend most of their time cooking, eating and socializing on an outside terrace or covered patio of some sort…

Tell-Tale Signs of a Good Realty Agent

Topics: Real Estate

Published: Thursday, March 19, 2015

Realty Agent

Finding and working with a reliable local real estate agent can pay long-term dividends when it comes to renting, buying, and selling property in Mexico . . .

A Brief Comment On Benito Juarez

Topics: Culture & History

Published: Monday, March 16, 2015

Benito Juarez Quote

March 21st each year marks anniversary of the birth of Benito Juarez, the most famous of Mexican presidents, one of the best known of Mexico’s historical characters, and something of a benchmark for the country’s political life. His most famous saying is that ‘among individuals as among nations, the respect for the rights of others is peace’ . . .

Fixed Line Call Charges Drop Sharply in Mexico

Topics: Communications

Published: Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Mexico's Telecommunications Markets

Legislation passed into law in 2014 and fully enacted on January 1, 2015 has shaken-up Mexico’s telecommunications market and effectively made fixed-line telephone calls and internet services from residential lines among the most affordable in the world . . .

Take Advantage of Your Home’s Views

Topics: Real Estate

Published: Friday, March 6, 2015

Terrace View

By Ed Kunze

It doesn’t really happen very often, but I have seen homes built on the beach, or on a high piece of ground, with small windows and wooden doors. And, even when homes do have decent-sized picture windows and sliding glass doors, they are insufficient. They should be huge, and lots of them . . .

Baby Boomers in Mexico

Topics: Living | Retirement

Published: Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Baby Boomers

The term ‘Baby Boomer’ is a moniker popularized in North America to describe people born between 1946 and 1964. Now, with their own children having grown-up and flown family nests, Baby Boomers are contemplating their situation and looking for ways to exercise their living inheritance. They are beginning to make a series of lifestyle choices not so readily available previous generations, including emigration — part-time or full-time — to Mexico . . .