Do you need a visa to visit Mexico? This article explains who, and who does not, need to apply for a visa before traveling to Mexico.
These things don't make headlines, but they are the real-life experiences of people visiting and living safely in Mexico.
What happens if your Mexican home becomes so damaged that you can no longer live in it for a while?
When visitors to Mexico fall ill, in most cases it’s due to heat exhaustion, altitude sickness, a lack of hydration—or a combination of these
Workers in Mexico look forward to 'el Aguinaldo' – their annual Christmas bonus
There are lots of good, sensible reasons for moving to Mexico, but it takes consideration, research and a plan to make your move a success
Franchise convenience stores have come a long way in Mexico, proliferating over the years to the extent that there are now thousands of them across the country
Mexico’s gun laws are similar to those in countries like the United Kingdom that do not tolerate possession of certain lethal firearms.
This article explains the spring and autumn clock-time changes taking place in Mexico in 2016.
September 16th is Mexico’s official Independence Day and a national holiday.