News Around the Republic of Mexico
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MEXLend Mortgages for Mexico
Though Mexico is well-known for having inexpensive, quality medical care available through a variety of private and public providers, one of the considerations for Americans and Canadians who are considering a move to Mexico on a part- or full- time basis is health insurance.
Hidden Images Offer Glimpse of Pre-Colonial Mexico
A series of hidden images have been discovered beneath a 500-year-old Mexican manuscript with the aid of imaging equipment typically used in geological research. The images, found in the Codex Selden, offer a fascinating glimpse of Mexico before its colonization by Spain.
Sanmina Investing $48 Million USD in Guadalajara
U.S. electronics and technology firm Sanmina is reportedly investing US$48 million in the Mexican state of Jalisco as part of a strategy to develop technology for automotive and telecom customers in the country. Officials say the new investment will create nearly 1,000 jobs.
Five Olympic Sports You Can Practice in Mexico
Now that the Rio 2016 Olympic Games are over, many sports fans are wondering what to do with the rest of the summer. Here's an idea... come to Mexico! An integral part of Mexican culture, sports are plentiful here with many international competitions held throughout the country.
Trivago Lists 30 Most Popular Vacation Destinations
The world's largest online hotel search site, trivago.com, has just released their Travel Advice Guide for the second half of 2016, and Puerto Vallarta, Cancun and Playa del Carmen, Mexico are listed among the 30 most popular vacation destinations in North America.
Club de Golf Chapultepec in CDMX to Host WGC Event
Tournament officials announced Wednesday that the World Golf Championships will be held at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico City, March 2-5, 2017. Next year's tournament, the first in a new seven-year agreement with Grupo Salinas, will be the first WGC event held in Mexico.
Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board Issues Second Statement
On August 18, the Puerto Vallarta Tourism Board issued a second statement regarding the August 15 kidnapping, saying, '...rest assured that national, state and local law enforcement are in town to ensure the safety of tourists, and our tourism offerings continue to be completely operational.'
Season 2 of 'Fear the Walking Dead' Filmed in Mexico
After a half-season spent largely at sea, AMC's 'Fear the Walking Dead' resumes Season 2 Sunday on dry land. Mexico, where the drama was filmed this season, offers a variety of intriguing geographic settings, from a Pacific Ocean resort to hot, rugged desert to the city of Tijuana.
Scientists Discover New Species of Snake in Mexico
Scientists have discovered a strikingly colored new species of snake in the Sierra Zongolica mountains of Mexico. Researchers have named the new species 'Geophis lorancai' in honor of biologist Miguel Angel de la Torre Loranca, who collected most of the specimens.
Letter from the Editor Regarding La Leche Incident
International and social media has run amok with unverified and incomplete reports of the incident that occurred at a Puerto Vallarta restaurant Aug 15. We urge the community to adhere to information provided by the authorities in order to avoid rumors that affect the destination.