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Mexico City Metro: Everything You Need to Know

The Mexico City metro is one of the cheapest and quickest ways to get around the city. The metropolitan¬†area of Mexico City has over 20 million people driving, taking the bus, using Ubers and taxis, and of course, taking the Mexico City subway. While I try to avoid the subway during rush hour when it’s incredibly busy, I do like… View Post

Life as an Expat in Mexico City: June 2018 Edition

For those new to this series (it’s only a month old, so we’re all sort of new to this series tbh), I have decided to keep you all in the loop with these monthly updates so that they live forever somewhere rather than solely in my monthly newsletters. I know that a lot of people come to this blog to… View Post

What to Pack for Wet Season in Mexico

The rain is upon us now. The wet season in Mexico usually starts around mid-June, so I guess it’s a little bit early this year, but it will now last until early to mid-October. The days vary. Sometimes it can be hot and sunny with temperatures reaching 85 degrees F (29C) and then around 3 or 4pm, the clouds roll… View Post

Driving in Mexico – A Helpful Guide for First Time Visitors

Driving in Mexico can seem daunting at first. Having lived here for two years, I can honestly say I was a little bit nervous at first (especially after seeing drivers in Mexico City!). But if you’re from the US or you have some experience driving on the right side of the road in other countries, you’ll find driving in Mexico… View Post

Travel Packing Hacks: My Top 11 Tips for Stress-Free Packing

Packing for a trip, whether it’s a long weekend away or a 6-month round the world adventure can be pretty stressful. While I’ve talked about my favorite travel clothes for women to pack, I have never given my two-cents on the best travel packing hacks out there. I’ve been traveling on and off for over 10 years now with everything… View Post

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