Honestly, I would retire to Mexico in a heartbeat. I love the weather, the people, the scenery, and the food. There are a lot of North Americans moving to Mexico, some full time, some part time. Everyone I've talked to says it is a terrific place to live. If you like
Getting around parts of Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America just got a little easier and cheaper with the introduction of Wingo. The site is only in Spanish, but your browser may be able to translate it for you. Read more on Wikipedia.
Click here to learn more about Home Away. It's a little scary. Renting somebody else's home in an exotic locale. What happens if the toilet gets blocked? Or the water heater dies? We didn't have toilet problems, but the water heater did die when we first rented a condo. We called,
More pop for your Peso! Thanks to lower labor and building costs in Mexico, vacation retreats abound where the daily rate covers almost everything — from meals, cocktails and activities to entertainment and even tips. Here are 10 wallet-friendly all-inclusives, starting at about $100 a person per day, plus one superb
By Barbara Weibel I have always disliked my teeth. As a child my mouth was so crammed with teeth that three of them could not descend. Two years of braces and three pulled teeth later, my smile was better, but braces had done nothing to fix a front tooth that was
We filled you in with the first set of seven things you didn’t know about Mexico, and now we are back with the remaining top eight! Find out what’s so special about this place when you discover the most interesting and lesser-known facts of the beautiful country of Mexico! Number Seven:
Mexico can be a dangerous and also beautiful travel destination, but there is still quite a bit about the intriguing country that remains a mystery to the rest of the world. To fill you in on all the odd facts and insider knowledge of this unique nation, we have created