Monthly Archives: February 2019
Almost all the merchandise trucked into Yucatan from outside the Peninsula over a single bridge in Campeche. There's a crack in that bridge, which will be closed for a year while it's fixed.
Mayan Train terminal will be built at Cancun airport.
International banks in Mexico typically earn about one-third of local revenue from fees and commissions, according to Condusef,
In the last eight years, Yucatan state's real estate growth has averaged 2.5 percent annually.
The service, which DHL launched in Mexico in July 2018, facilitates the delivery of Mexico-based patient samples to U.S. central labs in fewer than 24 hours.
Workers demand raises and sales commissions; no counter offer yet.
Long-promised noise regulations are coming to the Centro Historico next week, said Mayor Renán Barrera Concha.
Eduardo Vera already has rock-star status in Merida, and shows plenty of promise during Spring Training.
If travelers back off for a time, new regulations will give the fragile resort time to reset.
It may not be the main reason people move abroad, but reduced medical expenses are a big reason expats from the U.S. are rising in number
Why Yucatan's capital is seen as more than a place to retire
Supporters give Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador two geese as a gesture of their esteem. Photo: Twitter
Alarming headlines increase as travel promotion declines.
An expat from Europe figures out class distinctions in Mexico
While French expat Hélène Demé Elzévir prepares for her one-woman show at the Olimpo, the comic actress was nice enough to take some time to satisfy our curiosity.
As Oscar night approaches, the 'Roma' star is dressed by Yucatecan designer David Salomón.
Don't be daunted when decorating your home in Mexico
The municipal cultural department has been installing directional signs pointing to places such as Red Alterna.
So far, Yucatan is the only Mexican state in the Peninsula that has not approved marriage between people of the same sex.
Merida's historic center contains about 20,000 properties with historical value, of which between 3,000-4,000 are ruins. About a third are beyond...
One in three Yucatecans — about 575,700 people — speak Mayan. But Yucatan's mother tongue is not often enough handed down to the next generation.
'Kissing bug' cases spike without warning
Global forum chose Merida despite competing bids from larger cities
The mural space belongs to all students, ESAY leader says; others feel an important mural is being suppressed