Information For Canadians In Mexico

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 Trade, and the very supportive Embassy and Consulates. The Embassy’s Web Page provides considerable useful information. As well, they provide a significant […]

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Information for US Citizens, and others, traveling to or living in Mexico

Information for US Citizens and others traveling to or living in Mexico Taxes Here, Taxes There, Taxes Everywhere Uncle Sam Has Something To Say About Your Mexican Home Where There’s a Will There’s a Way Tax Highlights for U.S. Citizens and Resident Aliens Going Abroad Publication 593. It’s That Time of Year Again – Expat Taxes […]

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The Cuisine of Hidalgo: Spanning Climates and Cultures

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 Hidalgo, in north central Mexico, where a great deal of the countryside still resembles the beautiful Mexican calendar art of the […]

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The cuisine of Tlaxcala: food and tradition in central Mexico

Tiny Tlaxcala may be Mexico’s smallest state but it is one of the most quintessentially Mexican in its traditions, especially in the realm of cuisine. The same artistic flair with which the people of this area painted their ancient temple murals was applied to the creation of their regional dishes. Since pre-Colombian times, Tlaxcaltecos have used a […]

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The cuisine of Chiapas: Dining in Mexico’s last frontier

Although the mention of Chiapas frequently brings to mind images of masked revolutionaries and steamy jungles, Mexico’s southernmost state is a beautiful combination of mountains, plains and seacoast where tourism is once again flourishing as people rediscover the wonders of a region with deep pre-Hispanic routes. Long before the Europeans advanced into Chiapas from the […]

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The state of Michoacán, Mexico – resource page

The state of Michoacán is an uncommon place. From the sugar cane fields of Los Reyes, the avocados, coffee, and macadamia nuts of Uruapan, the melon fields of Apatzingán, the rice fields of Lombardia and Nueva Italia, the pears of Ucareo, the pescado blanco of Patzcuaro, to the ruggedly pristine Pacific coast, the endless pine-crested […]

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