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The Peoples of Mexico Index Page

Mexico is a country of colour, diversity, grand differences in geography, climate and perspective. The same is true of her people. From the mysterious origins and fates of her earliest inhabitants; th... read more

Driving in Mexico: Requirements, safety, routes

All you need to know to get ready and to drive in Mexico. Including personal experiences, routes and suggestions. read more

The state of Colima, Mexico: a resource page Mexconnect Staff

If you had to live the rest of your life in one Mexican State, which one would it be? A straw-poll of Mexconnect readers suggests that their choice might well be Colima. Why? Because not only is Coli... read more

Immigration Procedures: Visas, Birth, Weddings and Death, Index Page

Immigration and Legal Issues Visas, Marriage, Divorce, Children, Birth & Death Visas: Visa and Entry Requirements Driving across the border Law on Passport Applications for Min... read more

Living, Working, Retiring in Mexico - Index Page

Living, working or retiring in Mexico is a dream for people in many parts of the world. For others, it has become a reality. This Resource Page is intended to provide a solid base of practical advice, viewpoints and personal experience. read more

The state of Oaxaca, Mexico - resource page Mexconnect Staff

Located in the southern part of Mexico, the state of Oaxaca is bordered to the north by the states of Puebla and Veracruz, to the east by Chiapas, to the west by Guerrero, and to the south by the Pacif... read more

This month in Mexico - index page Tony Burton

This Month in Mexico: January/Enero ... read more

Learning Spanish in Mexico (and other countries too!)

A resource page for learning Spanish. read more

Your beach of dreams: nine towns on the Nayarit coast of Mexico Christina Stobbs

Whale watching © Christina Stobbs, 2009 Are you looking for a unique and affordable vacation experience far from the world of all-inclusive resorts? Would you like to experience authentic Mexico a... read more

The state of Chihuahua, Mexico: resource page Mexconnect Staff

Chihuahua is a land of magnificent scenery — mountains, canyons, deserts and fresh, clean, clear air. Its spectacular canyons are the biggest in North America. Within the canyons are beautiful waterfalls, one of which is the highest in Mexico. Chihuahua also contains fertile valleys — orchards and cropfields that were coaxed from the desert by the persistence of hardworking, warm, and loyal people. read more

Index to the "Mexico: Did you know?" series

 Our "Mexico: Did You Know" series offers lots of not-so-well-known but interesting facts about Mexico's contributions to the world. Here is the list to date (most recent at the top): Firs... read more

Soups - Sopas

Although the Mock Turtle sang the praises of "soup of the evening, beautiful soup", here in Mexico it's "soup of the day", that first course that is required on any comida corrida menu. Most Mexic... read more

Information For Canadians In Mexico

Canadians considering visiting, living part-time or relocating to Mexico are well advised to access the wealth of information provided "on-line" by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International T... read more

The Cuisine of Hidalgo: Spanning Climates and Cultures Karen Hursh Graber

Over the years, on road trips from Central Mexico to various parts of the U.S., we have explored different routes, some more scenic than others. One of the most unforgettable included the state of Hida... read more

Spanish immersion programs Mexico, Canada, Spain

Short of finding a Spanish-speaking partner to live with, the next most effective method of learning spanish is to enroll in a true immersion program. There are many excellent ones. Most programs not ... read more

The cuisine of Jalisco: la cocina tapatia Karen Hursh Graber

If there is one state that can be considered quintessentially Mexican, it is Jalisco. Home of mariachis, tequila, famous regional dances and equally well-known culinary specialties, Jalisco is at the heart of the country's culture and contributes significantly to its cuisine. The lakes yielded a variety of fish while hunting provided ducks, doves and partridges. Europeans introduced cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, dairy products and lard, as well as wheat, olive oil, rice, spices, and several European varieties of fruit, nuts and vegetables. read more

Mexico Travel Books and Retirement / Living Guides

Reference article about Mexico travel and retirement books

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Walking the walk, talking the talk - a series about Mexico Wendy Devlin

"Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk" The Series This series of short stories is based on my travelling experiences since February, l998. The stories attempt to convey what I feel th... read more

Patzcuaro - Recommended Reading Reviewed by jennifer j. rose

PATZCUARO …Recommended reading By jennifer j. rose "The Conquest of Michoacán. The Spanish Domination of the Tarascan Kingdom ... read more

Regional Cuisines Of Guerrero: From Beaches to Mountains Karen Hursh Graber

This seems like a good time of year to talk about the culinary specialties of Guerrero, the Mexican state whose coastline is home to some of the country's most popular winter resorts, including Acapulc... read more

Know the Law in Mexico - Resource Page Ana María Flores Sánchez

2007 Immigration Update Changes in Immigration and IMSS Requirements - June, 2006 Immigration and Inmigrado Immigration Changes at Border Crossings an... read more

Tlatelolco then and now - resource page Index Page

TLATELOLCO THEN AND NOW   Tlatelolco Square in Mexico City, D. F. (now Plaza of the Three Cultures) holds a special place in the history of Mexico, and in the hearts and minds of her people.... read more

"Cosmic Dust" Or "42" - Esoterica About Mexico

"COSMIC DUST" OR "42" A collection of esoterica about Mexico that does not fit elsewhere and just may include the answer to the meaning of life. The Tragic ... read more

Ecology And Environment In Mexico - An Index Page - In Mexico Connect

ECOLOGY & ENVIRONMENT IN MEXICO An Index Page of Articles, Issue and Resources. WATER Can Mexico's Largest Lake be Saved? A Review of the Situation in Lak... read more

Music & Dance In Mexico

MUSIC The music of Mexico provides a rich tapestry of rhythm, tone, and variety. Its roots are based on a compelling history of disparate influences. From the music of the Mariachi, the Corri... read more
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