expat tips

14 July, 2017

What are guajolotas or esquites?

There is no doubt that when you arrive to Mexico City and take an early walk, you realize that the most crowded spots, whether is near […]
19 June, 2017

Baluarte Bridge

This beautiful suspension bridge is located on the limits between Durango and Sinaloa on the highway that links the State Capital of Durango to Mazatlán and […]
19 April, 2017

What is a Tiangis?

Surely by now you are aware of the common “mercados” (markets) there are in our country, but have you heard the word “tianguis”? Well, it is […]
19 April, 2017

Mexican Chocolate

This exquisite ingredient is consumed all around the world and here in our country is key to our history as our Ancient indigenous people used it […]
9 March, 2017

Slangs used in Monterrey, Guadalajara, San Luis Potosi

Mexico, such a beautiful and big country, holds 32 States and many assorted regions. This is why the way Mexican people express themselves verbally differs widely […]
7 February, 2017

Mexican inventions used around the world

When you talk about inventions it is more likely to refer to European or Asian ones because they are the most famous. However, you probably didn’t […]
30 December, 2016

“Cochinita Pibil”

Mexico has exquisite food everywhere, each of our 32 states have a distinctive dish that represent them and their region. In Yucatán, its most traditional and […]
8 December, 2016

Mexican Christmas Eve Delicacies

Christmas Eve is that very special night of the year when family and friends get together and enjoy each other’s company, but it would not be […]
7 November, 2016

“Chiles en Nogada”

This is the time of the year all Mexicans wait for. The season to taste and enjoy one of the most popular and representative dishes of […]
17 October, 2016

Designation of Mexican Origin

In order to avoid unfair competition through forgery or imitations, the Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) is a certification given to unique products that have great […]
3 July, 2015

Mexican Cantinas, a Real Way to Drink Tequila

In Mexico, cantina traditionally refers  to a kind of bar normally frequented only by men to drink and play domino. The cantina’s golden age was  in […]
3 July, 2015

Mexican Markets-Pásele Güerita, Bueno, Bonito y Barato

Mexico City is a festive shopping destination where you will find a wide array of colorful outdoor street markets. Depending on what catches your eye, there […]
3 July, 2015

Mexican Wrestling- Lucharán a Dos de Tres Caídas sin Límite de Tiempo

Lucha Libre is the Mexican wrestling characterized by colorful masks, rapid sequences of holds, moves and “high-flying” maneuvers in rapid-fire succession. Most matches are two out […]
3 July, 2015

Tepotzotlán

Located on the northern part of the State of Mexico, this magical town is well known for it’s delicious food and amazing history. How to get […]
3 July, 2015

Birthplace of the Gods-Teotihuacan

Teotihuacan is a very popular side trip from Mexico City situated 40 km north-east. This complex of awesome pyramids was once Mesoamerica’s greatest city which extended […]
20 June, 2018

5 Experiences you Must not Miss While Living in Mexico

While living in a big city, there may be times where you would like to enjoy new things with your family and your partner.  Among these things, […]
14 May, 2018

New in Mexico City? Tips to breathe easy at high altitudes

Moving into a new country is not always easy: time switch, climate, food and especially altitude can alter anyone. Our city is located in Valley of […]
18 April, 2018

Mexican Furniture Styles

Sometimes, you may notice when visiting friends or colleagues in Mexico, that it is common that plenty of times their houses are furnished with a rustic […]
12 March, 2018

Kids vs Jetlag

Kids vs Jetlag Babies Help your baby tell the difference between night and day by following the next steps: Keep all the curtains closed and try […]