There are so many articles out there about living in Mexico as an expat and some kind of scare people into not wanting to go or focus just on the cost of living being low - there so much more to know about living in Mexico. In this post, I'm going to share some things
I love Mexico City! It's a place that I will keep going back to - it's a huge city and you'll never see everything you want on just one trip. Visiting Mexico City takes some planning. While with smaller cities, I tend to wing it, with Mexico City I did do research ahead of time
Of all the posts I write on my travel blog (and there are thousands), the ones I love the most are packing tips. I'm a little bit OCD and very Type A, and I love to pack in an organized way - I love to pack LIGHT and smart so that I have room in
I love my city! I've been living in Merida Mexico for about a year now, and since I'm a blogger I have put in even more effort to get to know this city inside and out. I love to share on my blog about places I know well and Merida Mexico is one of them!
I'm loving living in Mexico and in my mind there are so many cool things to do in Mexico that are just waiting for me to explore! We all have some bucket list, even if it's in our heads. I have a fun travel bucket list and after moving to India, I made a specific India
Are you considering moving to Mexico? The weather is good, the cerveza is cold, and and the living is cheap, so you've heard. I moved to Mexico six months ago, after living in India for five years. I did it with legal residency and set up a life here. I'm going to share how to
Six years ago, near the end of my huge first trip to India, I met Ben in a bar in Calangute, Goa and moved to India. Six months ago we took our dogs and cat from India and moved to Mexico... a big adventure! One month ago, Ben proposed to me in the Yucatan. Soooo
India is a diverse country with mountains, deserts, jungles, the beach, and busy cities. Packing for India can feel like a daunting task, but as long as you have these 10 travel essential for India in your luggage or backpack, you'll be just fine. After traveling India and living there for six years, I have