Friday, January 27, 2012

French International Student Speaks to the Rich Culture and History of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Raphael Lescuyer, a recent university graduate who attended school in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, speaks to his experience in the city. In addition to the rich culture and history of Puerto Vallarta, Raphael details the lasting friendships he's made while in Mexico, stating that it really does feel like "home."

Frequent Puerto Vallarta Traveler Praises Puerto Vallarta as a Great Travel Destination

Frequent traveler to Puerto Vallarta speaks about his travels to the city and his love for the art, culture, food. He praises Puerto Vallarta as a charming city with a wealth of activities for travelers, from walking along the Malecon to relaxing on the beaches.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

What cities in Mexico have the most Americans?

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Monday, January 23, 2012

Best Places to Retire!

32nd International fair of Tourism (FITUR)

The 32nd International fair of Tourism (FITUR) took place in Madrid, Spain recently. This was a meeting of a variety of different leading individuals in the tourism sector of the economy. Latin America had a prominent presence at the event! For more information visit Mexicotoday.
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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Mexico Ranks High on Best Places for Retiring Abroad

Mexico has many attractive features for retirees, from the inexpensive real estate to the warm weather year-round. MexicoToday writes about why Mexico is widely hailed as a great option for retiring abroad.

Becoming a Packing Expert for Traveling

The New York Times profiles packing tips from a veteran packer, a flight attendant. In a picture gallery Heather Poole demonstrates how to efficiently pack for a ten-day trip in a standard size suitcase. Take a look at the article to see what is her packing method secret.

Tamales in Puebla, Mexico

It's fascinating to see the different varieties of food spread out throughout a country. I recently heard of Puebla, Mexico winning travel attention this year and decided to read up on the city. I came across this entry from a former teacher at the University in Puebla who writes about tamales and recreating this dish.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Retire in Mexico Video

This video from Puerto Penasco Living, gives an overview of retiring to Mexico and what makes it attractive for Americans.

Retire in Mexico from Puerto Penasco Living on Vimeo.

Some of the Best Places to Eat in Mexico

Mexico City can boast a number of contemporary restaurants that incorporate traditional Mexican cuisine as well as new twists on certain dishes. MexicoToday calls out 5 restaurants in Mexico City that should be at the top of the list for visitors and retirees in the area. The variety of cuisine available is other good reason to consider Mexico City for retirement. The dessert above looks delicious, does anyone know what it could be?

World's Fourth Longest Underwater Cave System Found in Mexico

Via Caving News - Members of the Czech Speleological Society (CSS) recently uncovered a cave located in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, deemed the world’s fourth longest underwater cave system.

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

"Retirement in Mexico is Popular Among Americans"

Via MexicoToday -
Mexico has become a popular retirement destination for Americans. Today, over 2 million Americans have chosen retirement in Mexico for the mild climate and favorable economic conditions.