Once Upon a Time in Mexico Film Locations
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Once Upon a Time in Mexico Film Locations

Movies about Mexico seem to be centered around the cartel,depressing living conditions, and gun violence. (Can we say stereotype?) It’sno wonder Americans believe it’s “dangerous” to go to Mexico. One of ourfavorite movies, Once Upon a Time in Mexico has all that and more. It’s a story of love, revenge, strategic political crap, and witty…

Our Visa Process to Live in Mexico
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Our Visa Process to Live in Mexico

**This post has been updated with known 2021 requirements from the Mexican government, but still retains our experience getting a visa and renewal.** Every year for the past three years we have had to go to immigration to get our temporary visas. You can stay in Mexico up to 6 months on a tourist visa,…

Latin America’s Best Restaurants- Mexico
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Latin America’s Best Restaurants- Mexico

Mexico has many things to celebrate about its culture, biodiversity and most especially its cuisine. 2021 marks the 500th year of the founding of Mexico City and the 200th year anniversary of its independence from Spain. What better way to celebrate than taking a trip to one of Latin America’s most desired foodie destinations? With…

Take a Tour With Us!
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Take a Tour With Us!

Mexico has been making wine longer than any other country in the Americas, a full 242 years longer than the oldest winery in the United States. But for social, religious and govermental reasons wine has not been fully embraced by the native population. This country has been a tequila, brandy and beer culture for hundreds…