Thanksgiving is just way too formal, says Jeremiah Tower, Yucatán’s most famous expat. Here’s how he suggests loosening it up.
With the beginning of flu season this week, the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) will apply 305,387 vaccination shots in Yucatán.
It’s not easy for the city to keep up with potholes, which appear even more frequently in rainy weather.
Although far from the “path of totality,” today’s solar eclipse will be partially visible over Yucatán.
With a deadline just 47 days away, seven out of 10 drivers have yet to most swap out their old license plates.
Most people in Mexico will set their clocks ahead one hour this weekend as Daylight Saving Time begins.
Waiting to come home to look after an infection nearly cost a Manitoba man his foot.
Every day and a half, someone dies on the road in Yucatán. Most of them involve motorcycles, in a culture that resists helmets.
Uncrowded ruins, hidden cenotes and authentic places to eat were among the Yucatán travel secrets shared in a Guardian contest.
Well-heeled Canadians, turned off by an uncertain political environment in the United States, are heading even further south for vacation real estate investments this winter, reports the Globe & Mail.