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A single mom takes her daughters to Merida in a new episode of "House Hunters International." Photo: HGTV
The American glam metal band Cinderella in 1987 recorded its Gypsy Road video in Yucatan, capturing several slices of daily life when life was simpler on the Peninsula.
A commercial for Burger King Mexico pokes fun at Americans who can't handle their spicy new burger. Photo: Adweek
OK, so maybe Merida is a long shot to become Conde Nast Traveler's "Best City in the World," but here's a consolation prize if we need it.
Merida is a "hidden gem," writes Thrillist. Photo: Getty Yucatan’s "multi-hued capital," Merida, "is also Mexico’s unsung cultural...
Photo: Punto Medio In the context of the Freedom of Expression Day, journalists from Yucatan talked about organizing...
Vancouver Sun restaurant columnist Mia Stainsby concluded a visit to Naples, Fla., with a hop over the Gulf of Mexico for some food.
"As a woman traveling alone, I hadn’t expected to feel as comfortable as I explored the city day and night on my late November trip," says a travel writer in the Los Angeles Times.
Not too long after airing the story of a family from North Carolina, here's another "House Hunters International" in Merida.
In a country where most people have darker skin and about half the population lives in poverty, a reality show about the light-skinned elite has generated backlash.
Shaking up a city where several newspapers struggle to get readers to pay for their print editions, Megamedia announced a no-charge tabloid which will circulate mainly in the north.
We always thought expats would be good fodder for a reality show. We even joked about it here, only to see it get real on YouTube.
"Tommo and Megsy" search for a Centro rental for US$500. But she wants a pool and he wants his dream kitchen.
A news verification outlet has partners with local papers across the country, ranging from Diario de Yucatán in Mérida to the national media behemoth Milenio, to fight "fake news."
Staying at an all-inclusive "margarita-infused Disneyland in the Yucatan" for a wedding, Rita Ireland and her husband knew they could do better once they checked out.
For the second time in less than a month, Mérida is the setting for a film.
A columnist from Savannah writes about Mérida's natural rhythms.
Travel blogger Jeremy Albelda left the Philadelphia Main Line years ago, and these days he's living the "financial freedom" life that he advocates on his travel blog.
Mérida was ranked seventh among the top 10 cities in Mexico, Central and South America in a new Travel & Leisure poll.
State tourism campaigns must rise above politics and do a better job promoting Yucatán's international destinations, says a city tourism official.
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