Friday, April 14th 2023
Consumer Rights in Mexico
Do you know what are your consumer rights in Mexico? If you feel you've been wronged by a business or service provider, then learn what you can do and whom you can call.
Tuesday, September 20th 2022
Travel Insurance Vs. International Major Medical Insurance
This article explores the differences between travel insurance, a short term solution for travelers, and comprehensive health insurance, which provides primary coverage for long-term expats.
Tuesday, September 20th 2022
Preexisting conditions. How can I insure preexisting conditions?
This article will discuss preexisting conditions, which can be a challenge both for individuals and insurance companies. It will look at governmental responses in the US and Mexico.
Monday, May 11th 2020
What is Cajeta and How Is It Different from Dulce de Leche?
This article was written by one of WeExpats contributors about the history of caramel in particular cajeta. What is cajeta? Do you like cajeta? Have you ever tried it? We love to hear from you! Please join in our Facebook discussion. You can click here to share your thoughts! Interested in expat health?
Thursday, March 30th 2023
Polka Influence on Mexican Music
Things we think of as typically Mexican often have roots outside of Mexico. Chicken and lime were not indigenous to Mexico, nor was cheese or bread. El trompo for tacos al pastor comes from Lebanese immigrants. The accordion is no exception. In this article, you’ll learn the surprising history surrounding how polka changed the Mexican musical landscape.
Friday, July 28th 2023
Hair Plugs in Mexico
Have you thought about getting a hair transplant in Mexico? Click here to learn everything you need to know!
Monday, March 16th 2020
Insurers Response to the Coronavirus in Mexico
Insurers Respond to Coronavirus – It's been a hectic week for insurance brokers like us as the coronavirus has officially been declared a pandemic. Insurers have long had wording in their terms and conditions to exclude pandemics, along with other disasters like nuclear war, certain natural disasters, and a variety
Monday, August 31st 2020
The Four Amigos Go To Tolantongo: The Perfect Place to Social Distance
Is it possible to stay social distancing at Tolantongo while staying safe? In this article, we explore the history of this resort. We also discover what it’s like to travel through Mexico during covid-19 era. Traveling through Mexico during covid can be scary, but Tolantongo can keep you safe. Click here to learn more!
Friday, April 24th 2020
Mexico Enters Coronavirus Phase 3
In this article, you will learn about the phases of the coronavirus and what it means that Mexico entered Phase 3. This is the most important phase! Learn what to expect in the way of restrictions and social distancing implementations. Click here to learn more!
Thursday, April 16th 2020
Tips for Driving in Mexico
In this article, you’ll learn tips for driving in Mexico. Whether you’re driving on the highway or in the city, this article will give you valuable tips to stay safe on the road in Mexico. Also, learn what you need to know to get your Mexican driver’s license and TIP in Mexico. Click here to learn more!
Wednesday, April 8th 2020
Will We Be Stuck in Quarantine without Alcohol in Mexico?
Could we be facing quarantine without alcohol in Mexico? In this article, you will find out how some states are restricting the sale of alcohol to different municipalities in Mexico. Also, find out why they are going dry, which states have gone dry, and if your state might be next. Click here to learn more!
Saturday, March 14th 2020
Why Is the Cost of Healthcare Going Up?
In this article, you will get an answer to the question: Why is the cost of healthcare going up? Learn about how Mexican healthcare is connected to American healthcare, and how the Baby Boomer generation is limiting the resources of healthcare in both countries, leading to a rise in price. Click here to learn more!
Tuesday, July 7th 2020
Regarding PA Group Leaving the Insurance Market
We have been getting a lot of questions from people—many of whom are not our clients—about one of our insurers: PA Group. We have decided to release a public blog post about what we know in order to help answer everyone at once. In Short: We have officially received notice last week that PA Group is exiting the marketplace and that many of our clients will not be able to renew their policies in this upcoming year.
Friday, February 7th 2020
How to Protect Yourself from the Coronavirus – An In-Depth Guide On What We Know
In this article, you will learn the facts of how to protect yourself against the Wuhan coronavirus. Learn the latest statistics, theories, and the most up to date information that we have. Click here to discover how to keep your loved ones safe from this epidemic today!
Wednesday, January 8th 2020
Tourism to Mexico Fell in 2019 – Predicted to Keep Falling
Tourism to Mexico fell in 2019. It is predicted to keep falling in 2020 and the coming years. In this article, you’ll find out why Mexican tourism is in decline, and how this will affect expats living there. Tourism in Mexico is the lifeblood of the Mexican economy. Click here to learn more!
Tuesday, January 7th 2020
Goodbye Seguro Popular – So What’s Next? Find Out What’s Happening in EASY Plain English
Starting January 1st, 2020, there will be big changes in Mexican healthcare. Goodbye Seguro Popular! So what’s next? Learn about INSABI the new health program in Mexico. Also, find out how it could affect expats in Mexico in easy plain English. Click here to learn more!
Friday, December 27th 2019
Secret Tips You Need to Know Before Moving to Mexico
If you are moving to Mexico, then these helpful tips can save you a great deal of trouble later down the road. Learn what to do before you move from expats that have lived in Mexico for decades. Find out about cell phones, getting mail, moving your stuff, and staying safe during an emergency. Click here to learn more!
Friday, December 6th 2019
Visiting Seville: The Best Things to Do in Seville
Have you ever thought about visiting Seville? Take an exotic trip to this ancient city. In this guide, you will learn the top places to see Seville. Discover all the best things to do in Seville. So if you want to see the real Seville, then this article can help. Click here now to learn more!
Tuesday, November 26th 2019
What Is Healthcare in Belize Like?
Have you been considering becoming an expat in Belize? Learn about healthcare in Belize first. One of our WeExpats contributors flew to Belize to find out the real deal about healthcare in San Pedro Island, Belize—so you don’t have to! Discover what the facilities are actually like in Belize. Click here to learn more!
Tuesday, October 8th 2019
Expat’s Guide to the Mexican Soccer League
In this article, you will learn about the Mexican Soccer League. Also known as La Liga MX, discover the history of how this league came about in Mexico. Also, learn the basic structure of the season, some unique facts about Mexican football, and what teams play in Mexican Soccer. Click here to learn more!
Wednesday, October 2nd 2019
Mexican Granny Becomes A YouTube Star in Only One Month
A Mexican grandmother has become an international sensation in only one month, already hitting one million followers on YouTube. Her secret is cooking only the most rustic dishes with the freshest ingredients–picked right from her ranch in Michoacan. Get these recipes and see how she did it! Click here to learn more!
Friday, April 21st 2023
Visitors May Soon Have to Pay to Enter Hoi An
Visitors to the ancient village of Hoi An, Vietnam may soon have to pay an entrance fee, though this proposal has been met with criticism from locals and tourists alike. Click here to learn more!
Wednesday, September 18th 2019
What is Tepache? – Mexico’s Fermented Pineapple Drink
You may have seen it by the side of the road, or at a taqueria, and perhaps you’ve wondered: What is tepache? In this article, you’ll learn about Mexico’s fermented pineapple drink. Discover its origins, how it is made, whether it is alcoholic, and what the future holds for this tangy drink. Click here to learn more!
Thursday, September 12th 2019
El Mes Patrio – September and October Festivities in Mexico
El mes patrio is September, and festivities in September and October in Mexico seem to be on overdrive. This article lists all the main festivities in Mexico during the months of September and October, including their history and how they are celebrated today. Click here to learn more!
Monday, March 9th 2020
Guide to Tijuana: An Expats Layover in TJ
Interested in expat health insurance? Click here for a 1-minute quote! Don't worry it will open in a new page. Chandler Hunt, writing for WeExpats, puts forth his advice for what to do on a long layover when you are taking the Cross-Border Express. Let us know if you agree.