Sunday February 14 2016

Instructions on calling to and from Mexico
Have you had the need to change an airplane ticket, call relatives, or report a lost credit card from the U.S. while traveling in Mexico? Dialing to and from Mexico can be a little confusing to folks...
The flag of the United States of Mexico
The Mexico Flag and its emblem have an old and very interesting story about what it depicts.The holiday; Diá de la Bandera or Mexican Flag Day is February 24.While the Flag of the Estados Unidos de...
Aduana Mexico inspection point
Mexico revised many of its importation rules in 2014 and some of them can be a shocker when you cross the border. Most personal import items are subject to 16% IVA, but tobaccos and alcohols can...
A thing about thongs
Thongs are a major item in Baja beachwear. Don't be caught without yours or in the wrong kind of thongs as this article points out.Thong, what a great word, what a great sound? Thong coming from...
Happy retired couple living in Mexico
With millions of baby boomers reaching retirement age every day, the market for a lovely place to live with the security and services required is growing exponentially.   Many baby boomers...
Rumurosa view of Mexicali
This road report is for driving Mex 2 from Tijuana to Mexicali and then south on Mex 5 from Mexicali to Laguna Chapala where the highway meets Baja Transpenisular Highway Mex 1. The drive was made in...
Calling from Mexico over VOIP
Calling Internationally Over the Internet Using Voice over Internet, or Voip, can save you money when calling internationally from your computer or internet cafe. Even when your back home in the...
Cinco de Mayo celebrations are more common in the US southwest
Do you need to ask what day is Cinco de Mayo? Read on, learn a little espanol and blush...5th of May or "Cinco de Mayo" as it is said in Spanish is a national holiday in Mexico and is celebrated...
PROFECO Consumer protection in Mexico
What to do if you encounter problems as a consumidor (consumer) in Mexico? Whether you are Mexican or Not, you may take your case to Profeco, (Procuraduría Federal del Consumidor). A government...

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