Mérida hotel sector booms with 21 new licenses approved

According to SIPSE, Merida’s Urban Development Bureau announced that it has already authorized 21, from the 29 sought, hotel construction licenses for 2017. From these numbers, More...

Mérida included in network of world’s top gastronomic cities

The French network Délice, created in 2007, integrates the city of Merida in its list of gastronomic cities that work to share themes and practices in everything related to More...

Five Merida buildings to be demolished to avoid possible collapse

The director of Yucatán’s INAH (Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia), Eduardo López Calzada, stated that this federal agency has already authorized the dismantling More...

Commentary: ‘What are your cheeks full of?’

In this post for TYT, Merida life coach Margarita Castillo comments on the need to put aside petty dissatisfactions with ourselves…… Some weekends ago,  I went with More...

America is retiring to Mexico in search of affordable golden years

Approximately 2 million American expatriates are currently living south of the border according to The Guardian and several other international publications. This number is More...

Chichen Itza may soon be free of vendors and hawkers: sources

Yucatan state government could soon announce a lobbying agreement with tourism service providers to evict the...

New cenote-circuit opened to the public in Yucatán

HOMÚN, Yuc. — Thanks to the effort provided by specialists, civil associations and Homún citizens, who...

Gastrointestinal and respiratory infections on the rise in Yucatán

Every hour, 21 Yucatecans get a gastrointestinal infection, and another 67 fall victim to acute respiratory...

Construction work in Progreso area affects marine traffic

PROGRESO — Just right before summer begins, in the area of El Trébol, south of Yucalpetén’s harbor, More...

Celestún offers an economical destination for tourists

CELESTÚN, Yucatan — The Transport and Social Management directors of Celestún’s City Council, Luis Chay Chay and Armando Yan Estrada, touted the..

Shelters can handle 20,000 people if a hurricane hits Yucatán

MERIDA — State Civil Protection official Aarón Palomo Euán explained that in case a hurricane hits Yucatan, about 20,000 people will..

Mérida included in network of world’s top gastronomic cities

The French network Délice, created in 2007, integrates the city of Merida in its list of gastronomic cities More...

Motuleño Eggs Gastronomic Festival set for July 14-16

As part of the Fiesta Motul 2017, this weekend [July 14, 15 and 16], the second Motuleño Egg Gastronomic Festival (Festival..

‘POX’: A Mayan elixir that embraces the soul and caresses the heart

La Posheria is a one-of-a-kind shop in the heart of Mérida, right on Paseo de Montejo, where Julio de la Cruz..

Mérida hotel sector booms with 21 new licenses approved

According to SIPSE, Merida’s Urban Development Bureau announced that it has already authorized 21, from the 29 sought, hotel construction licenses..

Chichen Itza may soon be free of vendors and hawkers: sources

Yucatan state government could soon announce a lobbying agreement with tourism service providers to evict the crafts vendors and hawkers who..

Mexico announces new laptop, tablet security on flights to U.S.

Laptops and tablets on U.S.-bound flights from Mexico will be subjected to heightened carry-on security measures beginning Wednesday July 19 at..

Does Mexico have better healthcare than the U.S.?

Healthline.com published this article analyzing Mexico’s healthcare system vis-a-vis the current system in the U.S…. Many Americans travel south to Mexico for..

Commentary: ‘What are your cheeks full of?’

In this post for TYT, Merida life coach Margarita Castillo comments on the need to put aside petty dissatisfactions with ourselves……..