|We All Swore We’d Move to Canada if Trump Won. These People Actually Did.|
For some Americans, the Great White North symbolizes greener grass, an attractive, theoretical escape for those in search of more affordable health care, a lower cost of living or a prescription for quelling feelings of despair post-election.
|Archaeologists Unlock Ancient Mayan Pyramid Secret|
The Weather Network
Archaeologists are searching for the secrets of why the ancient Mayans chose the sites for the famed pyramids of Chichen Itza by looking underground.
|Vineyards in Queretaro Attract Hundreds of Thousands of Wine Loving Tourists|
Riviera Maya News
Mexico vineyards are a growing tourist attraction as wineries in the region of Santiago de Queretaro draw record numbers. The Route of Art, Cheese and Wine recorded 700,000 tourists during the last year, putting state wine tourism on the map.
|SCORE 2017 Baja 1000 Has Over 380 Entrants So Far|
Right now, 381 entries are on board with racers coming from 42 U.S. States, two U.S. Territories, and 25 different countries.
|Here’s How to Get Paid $60,000 to Vacation in Cancun for Six Months|
The city of Cancun in Mexico is looking for someone to hype its local attractions on social media. The best part? It pays - and not too shabbily.
|Need Legroom? Mexico’s Interjet Gives You the Most|
With 34 inches of seat pitch across all its planes, the Mexico-based, low-cost carrier Interjet is the unexpected airline with the most legroom.
|Uber Adds Six Northwestern Cities to Mexico Coverage, Bringing Total to 45|
U.S. ride-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc is increasing its presence in Mexico to include six more cities in the country’s northwest, bringing its coverage to 45 cities overall.
|Governor Says Mazatlan Is Getting New Urban Image|
Mexico News Daily
The Pacific coast city of Mazatlan is undergoing a much-needed transformation, according to the Sinaloa state governor, one that will include hosting Mexico’s premier tourism event in 2018.
|Travel Advisory for Dangerous Wave Conditions in Coastal Areas of Baja California Sur|
U.S. Embassy in Mexico
The United States embassy is alerting travelers of dangerous wave conditions in coastal areas of Baja California Sur after two sisters were swept away by a rogue wave in October.
|U.S. Citizens in Mexico Form Unique Expat Community|
Correspondent Mike Kirsch recently traveled to one of the country’s most eclectic melting pots of foreign citizens along the shores of Lake Chapala, south of Guadalajara, to explore a unique expat community.
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