Planning a trip across the border is always exciting, but you’re in for a treat if it’s your first time visiting Mexico. The country is extremely culturally diverse, with widelyREAD MORE

On September 16, 1810, after Mexicans had endured 300 years of harsh, authoritarian Spanish rule, a priest from the city of Delores decided enough was enough. Father Miguel Hidalgo rangREAD MORE

From the month of May through September, an estimated 1,400 whale sharks migrate through the waters surrounding Isla Mujeres in Mexico. Officially the biggest fish in the ocean, they’re nicknamedREAD MORE

Between the ongoing COVID shelter-in-place business and the civil unrest happening in cities all across the U.S., everyone is feeling just a bit crazy right now. It seems they haveREAD MORE

Cinco de Mayo has become a cultural phenomenon in the U.S. For most Americans, it translates into drinking margaritas or Mexican beer, eating Mexican food, and listening to traditional MexicanREAD MORE

Like they’ve done in every other country in the world, people in Mexico are bracing for the impact of the Coronavirus. They’re not even close to the top of theREAD MORE

Are you one of the thousands of people who dream about writing a book and becoming a published author? It’s exciting to think about creating an entire world with quirkyREAD MORE

In the middle of Mexico, located in the state of Guanajuato, is the city of San Miguel de Allende. Aptly nicknamed El Corazon de Mexico (the heart of Mexico), itREAD MORE

Many people travel south to Mexico in the winter to escape the cold weather in their part of the world. They flock to southern beach towns, like Cancun, where theREAD MORE

Like most religious occasions, Christmas is celebrated in a much more devout and elaborate way in Mexico than here in North America. For many in the United States, Christmas hasREAD MORE