I want to help you decide what to wear in Mexico! In this post, I'm going to share about the different regions, weather, resort wear vs. casual, and different experiences and outdoor activities you might want to pack for. Below is a complete Mexico packing list to help you get prepped! Different Regions of Mexico Mexico
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
I love living in beautiful Mexico, and like India (where I was for years before moving here), it has the same hippie yoga vibe with tons of retreats here for healthy eating, yoga, to help change your lifestyle, and enjoy Mexico and being in paradise at the same time. I haven't been in Mexico long
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
Merida, Mexico has some amazing food! When I first visited it was for just two weeks, and I tried tons of the "top ranked" places I had researched. Now, six months after living here, I've gone a bit deeper and tried out places that blog mentioned, locals told me about, places around my house in
Wow, time flies! I feel like it was just a month ago I wrote my one month in Merida update and started it with "time flies!". But it does, and we've really been loving it here living in Merida, Mexico. We moved here on May 22, 2018, after years in Goa, India (5 for me,
Getting health insurance in Mexico as an expat is a relatively easy straight-forward process. Unlike registering a car, getting a driver's license, and opening a bank account - this is one of the big "expat" things to do here that does not require residency. I'm going to share how I, as a resident of Mexico got health insurance