More observations on highway travel through Mexico in the second of a series recollecting cannonball runs in Toyotas from the US border to Guatemala.
Notes from five runs in five different Toyotas from the Mexico-US border to Guatemala: 6,000 miles, hundreds of speed bumps and plenty of fun.
The city government will ban plastic bags effective December 2020 and most other single-use plastic products effective January 2021.
Learning does not take place if teachers dictate knowledge. But it does when teachers put students into direct contact with what they need to learn.
Tianguis La Lagunilla, considered the best among Mexico City flea markets, attracts many of the best antiques and collectibles dealers in the city.
If you love nature you’ll be fascinated by the boiling mud pots and, if you suffer from arthritis, you may find an inexpensive solution.
It’s debatable as to what makes a proper cantina. Some are salons; some are bars. But in general, they’re classic, large rooms where you can kick back.
On the second Sunday of every month, Mexico City residents can barter their recyclables for fresh produce grown by local farmers.
Just two hours from Guadalajara, this Jalisco town might have the prettiest plaza in all Mexico and its church is amazingly beautiful.
The biggest market in Mexico City provides an estimated 80% of its food and it can be an overwhelming but exciting experience to watch its controlled chaos.
The driver of the taxi in which it had been left returned the phone and refused the reward.
Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum has pledged that in six years, the length of her mayoral term, every resident will have water every single day.
A 75-minute drive north of Guadalajara brings you to a charming oasis of thermal activity, the closest thing to a geyser park that Jalisco offers.
Colonial architecture, winding alleys, wandering musicians—and mummies, these are among the attractions of Guanajuato city.
Last year 20,000 girls from 115 countries took part in Technovation, enticing them to spend hours of their time learning programming and business skills.
Every Saturday morning, just outside the Buenavista subway station, darkness converges on the semi-rough streets of near-north Mexico City.
Cheap airfares and a strong dollar have made traveling for the weekend to Mexico City from the United States a real steal.
The project’s designers use biology to transform waste at a far lower cost than making things out of petroleum.
One of Mexico City’s best mural collections by students of Diego Rivera can be viewed in mellow market serenity away from the tourist crowds.
Mexico City’s sanitation workers are not government employees, but volunteers, subsisting on tips and what little money they get from recycling plants.
The brewery’s founders decided that the secret of perfect ale was to use only the four classic ingredients: malt, hops, water and yeast—and not pasteurize.
In the middle of Roma resides a market to harken at least a few decades back in the history of Mexico City, even if it’s not entirely Mexican.
Canyoning is a sport which involves rappelling down cascades, lots of hiking and plunging into cold pools of water in order to follow a river down a canyon.
It’s bicycle month in Mexico city and to celebrate, the city agency Muévete en Bici CDMX (Move by Bike Mexico City) will hold a 17-kilometer bicycle tour.
‘SanFe’ is a massive marketplace of car parts, used clothing, housewares, refrigerators, furniture and antiques and draws hundreds of thousands of visitors.