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Mexico’s new wave of expats need to ‘face the truth’

The expat backlash is here. It hit a crescendo in late July, and for wanderlust types who have found their home-from-home abroad, it’s time...

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...

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Remembering DG Heath, who embraced living and writing in Mérida

David Heath, for whom I had the pleasure of shepherding his numerous late-in-life books, died this week.  He was 79 years old and ailing, yet...

Expats asked to weigh in on a Calle 47 culinary corridor

Several members of Mérida’s international community participated in a focus group to discuss the potential for a project described as a “culinary corridor” along Calle 47 east of the Remate. 

Foreign property ownership up 3.5% annually in Yucatán — study

The number of United States and Canadian citizens who have decided to live temporarily or permanently in Yucatán increases 3.5% every year. That’s the conclusion...

Progreso’s international community comes together to fund new animal hospital

International residents in Progreso are coming to the aid of the port city's stray animals.

After 9/11, a New York diaspora in Mexico

Maybe now that 20 years have passed, I could bring myself to visit the memorial where the Twin Towers used to be.  The visit, however,...

70% of expats in Mexico want to continue living here

Has the coronavirus pandemic dampened the future of expat living? Maybe not. Three-quarters of people who moved to another country for business or cultural...

Missing the Canadian community and doing good things in Yucatán

To the editor: My husband and I have been going to Chicxulub for three months every year for the past 15 years. We don’t say...

Rose McGowan becomes a permanent resident of Mexico

Actress Rose McGowan is possibly the Yucatán Peninsula's most famous new foreign resident. McGowan is living in Tulum, and loving it, according to the...

Check out the amazing voice belonging to this Merida girl, and...

Lea Garza can really belt out a tune. She sings well enough, in fact, to have recently won a national contest after covering Demi...

The anxiety U.S. expats face trying to vote Nov. 3

Whether by private courier or diplomatic pouch and a beleaguered mail system, U.S. voters abroad are going to new lengths to ensure their ballots...

Make no Bones about it, Mike’s pizzas ‘just plain taste good’

“The timing was right and we were ready to move,” Mike explained. “My wife and I always had a goal to live in Mexico,”...

His B&B interrupted, ‘The Shirtless Baker’ offers English muffins instead

If anyone would have told Patrick Greenwood, aka “The Shirtless Baker,” 10 years ago that he would be in Mexico starting yet another business...

‘Expat Rebel’ video perfectly captures lockdown life in Merida

After receiving life-saving medical treatment in Merida, an expat from California is sharing what he knows, and what he sees, while exploring pandemic-era Yucatan. Christopher...

Expats with second thoughts: Pandemic puts retiring abroad in a new...

The pandemic is is forcing some to put expat life on hold, or return home years earlier than they had initially planned.

Expats ride out the pandemic in Mexico

Phil and Connie Naylor’s ocean view from their Puerto Peñasco home is the closest they’ll get to the beach during the coronavirus crisis. Three years...

For Brit expats in the Brexit era, Mexico is an option

Could the Brexit mess across the Atlantic bring more British expats to Mexico? It's possible, writes Emigrate, which advises British retirees on living abroad....

Canada to reshape benefits system for expat seniors

Canada's estimated three million retired citizens living abroad are on a path to receive improved service from the government when a death occurs.

‘Why We Left’: Expat book encourages women to move to Mexico

The "Anthology of American Women Expats" collects testimony from 27 women "who made the move and couldn’t be happier."

Migration of U.S. citizens into Mexico becoming a ‘cultural phenomenon’

Put them all together, and the flow of migrants from the United States to Mexico is probably larger than the flow of Mexicans to the United States, writes the Post.

Expats in Yucatan keep registry busy with births, marriages and divorces

Life goes on for residents who have moved to Yucatan from abroad.

Brexit upheaval may drive UK expats to Mexico, Central America

The expat retiree population in Mexico and Central America has been mostly from the U.S., but the Brexit crisis has U.K. expats thinking about this part of the world.