November 12 is "Dia del Cartero" —Postman’s Day— in Mexico. Traditionally it recognizes post service workers, although couriers should be remembered too
Tipping is woven into the fabric of Mexican trading culture and appropriate in many everyday situations. This article helps you get acquainted with them
With more than 19 billion coins and bills in circulation across Mexico, why does it seem that no one ever has any change?
Mexico has declared a public health emergency and suspended all non-essential activities. Traders in your local community need your support through this difficult period
Practical tips and ideas for foreign residents in Mexico who want to actively support the local communities they love calling home
Although cashless payment options are increasing in Mexico, the use of notes and coins remains essential in your day-to-day transactions here
Tipping people for services rendered is a practice that is deeply ingrained in Mexican culture.
In Mexican trade culture, tipping is widely practiced and extends beyond restaurants and bars
Practical advice and local knowledge to help you prepare for your visit or move to Mexico
Modern Spas in Mexico offer a wealth and variety of services that will help you to re-establish a sense of balance and well-being