With more than a million expats estimated to live there, Mexico is far and away the most popular destination for North Americans looking to move abroad. But with so many places to choose from where in Mexico should you move? It’s a very large country, after all.
Following the announcement made by the World Health Organization (WHO) of ruling out Zika as a world threat, Health Secretary (SSA) José Narro Robles said that Mexico will remain on alert even if there are no more deaths by Zika.
Mexico celebrated the Anniversary of its Revolution. On this date, in the year 1910 the revolutionary war to overthrow the dictator Porfirio Díaz, began.
The Mexican Revolution was an armed conflict that spanned over 10 years.
Thanksgiving is a famous, American holiday. The reason behind celebrating Thanksgiving Day is to show some appreciation and gratitude to God for all the blessings in life.
El Buen Fin ("The Great Weekend") is Mexico's answer to the U.S. Black Friday deals. Although in the states it was customary that the sales after Thanksgiving Day were only on Friday, retailers have expanded their deep discounts throughout the weekend.
A development plan for Bahía de Banderas in the Riviera Nayarit has been harshly questioned by groups of residents, activists and environmentalists through an open letter to President Enrique Peña Nieto and state and local authorities.
The Autonomous University of the State of Mexico’s (UAEM) Texcoco campus will work on various projects aimed at helping the municipality of Tepetlaoxtoc obtain the recognition, “Pueblo Mágico” (Magical Village), as well as projects that favor the development of its population.
The group is made up of 160 women and three men. Besides cleaning they also seek to encourage a cultural shift within their community; this is the second clean up crew in the Santiago Ixcuintla township.
Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) Senator Arturo Zamora Jiménez proposed to punish people who place fake or prank calls to 911 with up to four years in jail and a 500 day-fine.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.- Passengers on a commercial flight in Mexico were given a start when a serpent slithered into the cabin in a scene straight out of the Hollywood thriller "Snakes on a Plane."