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Topic: Yucatan Survivor

Dialing between a cell phone and a land line in Mexico gets confusing. Add in area codes and neighborhoods and country codes, and most of us are just stumped. Here are updated instructions you need to call from anywhere to anywhere in Mexico.

Topic: History

In which we obtain more insight into why don Hermenegildo has never married, and what might encourage him to consider it, and in which we meet don Felipe, who had a headache…

Topic: Food

Recently, the Yucatan was put on the global attention map yet again… this time with a beautiful cookbook written by local expatriate David Sterling. Here is an exclusive interview with Chef Sterling about writing the book and his plans for the future…

Topic: History

In Chapter Three, we listen in to a conversation between doña Raimunda and don Hermenegildo to learn more about don Hermenegildo’s past and his thoughts on his bad luck in love…

Topic: Vacation Rentals

Hotel Caribe is a beautiful and traditional Yucatecan hotel located in Merida’s historic centro. Hotel Caribe features a restaurant, bar, swimming pool and air-conditioned rooms that can be rented by the night, week or month…

Topic: For Sale in Yucatan

Super sweet colonial home for sale in the Ermita/San Sebastian part of the historic centro of Merida…

Topic: Jobs in Yucatan

Live in Nanny with English skills

Topic: Interviews

Here’s our expat interview with Joshua Gatcke, who came to Merida sight unseen after reading about it here on Yucatan Living (and other places). Was it a foolish decision? Read it and find out…

Current News, Events & Art

Topic: News
March 23, 2015
In this week's news, find out what the state of Yucatan is doing to fight obesity, recent updates on the turnout for the Equinox, learn about new Merida buses, water quality in the Yucatan, a new animal rights law, the Yucatan heroes of WWII and more...
Topic: Events
March 23, 2015
The Trova Festival continues, but also movies, the International String Quartet in the centro, a Foro Cultural at a local school and much more...
Topic: Yucatan Restaurants
Coffee, wine and furniture in Merida centro                                                                                                                                                            
Topic: Art
Check out what Merida has to offer with the growing number of galleries showing artists from around Mexico and the rest of the world. There is art here for every taste and every pocketbook.
Topic: Local Advertisers
When you need an English-speaking periodontist, contact Dr. Arelly Carrillo, a specialist in dental periodontal cleanings, surgery and other periodontal work...
Topic: Events
Here's all the ongoing regular events that happen in Merida all in one place... updated August 2014.

Most Commented Articles

Topic: Daily Life , Yucatan Survivor
Finding a school for your English-speaking child in Merida is not easy if you don't speak Spanish. We've done some of the legwork for you...
Topic: Health
Every local expatriate we know loves their local Merida dentist. Here is an updated account of dentistry in Merida, some clues as to why it is so good, what to expect from a dentist here, and the curious connection between dentistry and traditional Yucatecan clothing...
Topic: Daily Life
We took careful notes on our recent trip, driving through Mexico to the Texas border with our two dogs. Here are the details of the trip so you can know what to expect next time you do it...
Topic: Yucatan Survivor
Shopping for furniture to fill up that beautiful new home you are buying or renovating in Merida? Here's an update on the lowdown on some of the best places to buy furniture in Merida and what to keep in mind when you are buying...
Topic: Destinations
One of our favorite things to do with guests on a day trip is to take a tour of some of the local haciendas. Just one more thing we love about living in Yucatan...
Topic: Animals in the Yucatan , Culture
For any animal lover who travels to or lives in Mexico, there are few sorer (is that a word?) subjects than the state of dogs in this country...
Topic: Yucatan Survivor
For most of us, learning Spanish is both a chore and a treat. Here is a comprehensive and updated list of the many schools that teach Spanish (and other languages!) in Merida and Progreso...