Football fans in Mexico

The Hospitality of Mexicans

The hospitality of Mexicans is very well known around the world. People from other countries, especially from cold countries, are fascinated with our warmth,...
Huehues in Yauhquemehcan, Tlaxcala

Celebrating the New Year in Pre-Hispanic Mexico

Celebrating the new year in pre-Hispanic Mexico was very different than how we now celebrate New Year’s.As we begin 2017, we have another opportunity...
Businessman carrying luggage at an airport

Mexican Superstitions for Good Luck In The New Year

For our last blog of 2016 we want to give you some Mexican superstitions for good luck in the New Year to give you...
Mexican folkloric ballet in Puerto Vallarta

The Sound of Music and Much More in Mexico

Here in Mexico you can breathe the spirit of party in every corner. When expats come to Mexico many have in mind to have...
El Castillo, Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula

How to Climb the Pyramid of Mexican Love

Mexico is a very friendly place with friendly people. How friendly? InterNations – a global expat community website – did a survey of 14,000...
Skeletons for Day of the Dead

El Día de Muertos or Day of the Dead

El Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, begins each year on November 2. Our tradition to honor the dead is one of...
Person eating a tlayuda in CDMX

Buen Provecho Means More Than Enjoy Your Meal

When it comes to food, Mexico doesn’t take a backseat to any country. The wonderful tastes of Mexico are everywhere for you to savor....
Aerial view of Queretaro

Expats in Mexico Meet The World of Tomorrow

Has it ever happened to you? Somebody tells you, “I will do it tomorrow,” but somehow that day never comes. Well, if it hasn’t...
Banderas Bay in Puerto Vallarta

Introducing Taking Root in Mexico

Hola, and welcome to Taking Root in Mexico our new blog on Mexico’s language and culture. We are Maria and Fernando Garibay from the...