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In García Ginerés, generations of women made Flores Café a success story

On a residential street in picturesque García Ginerés, the singular Flores Café is a story of family and love over several generations. For its...

The imposing Toltec capital of Tula and its mighty stone warriors

Better known as Tula, Tollan-Xicocotitlan was the capital city of the Toltec state in the post-classic period. 

2,290 new COVID cases this week, most cases mild but deaths inch up

Daily coronavirus cases have risen close to 400 while over 4,000 people are stuck in quarantine, Yucatán health ministry data shows. Three coronavirus patients...

4 tips to consider before building on Yucatán’s Gulf coast

Few things are as enjoyable as a terrace overlooking the sea. But when it comes to maintaining that view year-round, there’s a lot to...

Plant-based travelers David and Travis gain a YouTube fan base

David and Travis were inspired by all those online videos coming from expats in Mérida. So naturally, they came to Mérida and started a...

Mexico’s interest rates hike breaks records, boosts peso

Mexico’s central bank accelerated the pace of its interest rate hikes Thursday. The peso strengthened slightly after the decision, gaining as much as 0.4% to...

CFE worker recovering from blast that caused Yucatán Peninsula blackout

A 42-year-old CFE worker is recovering from serious injuries after an explosion that left as many as 1.3 million customers without power. Carlos "Sal"...

In Tetiz, a sunflower garden, and the love story behind it, is the main attraction 

In the small Yucatecan town of Tetiz, a sunflower garden stands as a living testimony of the beauty that stems from promises fulfilled. Suut K’iin...

Words of wisdom from a frustrated flight attendant

Some common-sense advice from a flight attendant has gone viral. On her Facebook page, Kristie Koerbel said she wanted to let passengers know how to...

Yucatán #Pride isn’t over. Here’s what’s happened and what’s next. (VIDEO)

Saturday's LGBTQ march on the Paseo de Montejo attracted an estimated 20,000 people, quadrupling the crowd size at the previous Pride celebration in 2019....
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