Posts Tagged‘Mexico’

Top Apps and Online Resources For Expats in Mexico

Something which I often talk about on this blog is the importance of saving time time and the tools and strategies I use to do so. Since deciding to base myself in Mexico City and continuing with my digital nomad lifestyle, I have started to use a great deal of phone applications and online resources to really streamline a number of daily tasks in my life. I wanted to share some of the best services which I have found here in Mexico, so that you too can make use of them during your time here. Shopping Mercado Libre Where eBay exists in…

Is there UberEats in Tijuana, Mexico? – Yes! Use my exclusive Uber Eats promo code to get a free meal!

Enter my exclusive ubereats promo code “eats-jeremya15” to get 100 pesos knocked off your first meal! Uber eats in Mexico first started in Mexico City, but has has now expanded by leaps and bounds and is now in five cities and there are even more coming! You can find UberEats in Tijuana, Monterrey, Guadalajara,  and also Ubereats in Puebla.– If you’re not familiar with Uber Eats in Tijuana, or at all, basically it’s a food delivery service that Uber managesand operates the delivery logistics as well as customer service. Like many cities in Mexico, Tijuana has lots of food delivery options – but…

Best Neighborhoods in Mexico City – San Angel!

best neighborhoods in Mexico City - San Angel

Like Coyoacán, the San Angel (or Ángel in Spanish) neighborhood was an independent and mostly rural village until the mid-20th century, and even today you could easily imagine that you are in a colonial town far from the bustle of Mexico City as you stroll down the cobblestone streets that wind between centuries-old monasteries and grand homes. In fact, both Mexico City and the national government have issued declarations to preserve the unique heritage of San Ángel.  In 1987 the president of Mexico declared the area to be a “Historical Monument Zone;” later, in 2008, it was designated as part…

Best Neighborhoods in Mexico City – Coyoacán!

Like the other Mexico City neighborhoods I’ve profiled like Roma Norte, Condesa, Polanco and Juarez, Villa Coyoacán (often referred to as the historic center) has a definite personality which makes it stand apart from the rest.  In this case, the vibe is similar to that of Colonia Roma Norte in terms of its quirky and intellectual tendencies blended with the independent character that comes from the area’s history as a village separate from the larger city that now surrounds it. Coyoacán dates back to the early 16th century when it was established as the first capital of New Spain, and…

Prueba la genial aplicación UberEats en la Ciudad de México con mi exclusivo código de promoción!

For English version, click here: UberEats in Mexico City Desde que Uber llego a México, ha ido creciendo a pasos agigantados – la última innovación en el servicio es la llegada de UberEats. Aun no esta habilitada en todas partes, pero estoy muy feliz de poder decir que ¡ya puedes usar UberEats en la Ciudad de México! Como muchas ciudades, la Ciudad de México tiene muchas opciones de entrega – pero definitivamente no todas son creadas igual. Para locales, nuevos ex patriotas o visitantes a la ciudad, ordenar comida puede ser una tarea muy estresante. Puede ser que no tengas…

Hand made in Guanajuato: introducing the Ziggy 2.0

Over the past few years, you can say I’ve taken more than a liking to Mexico, it’s more of a love affair. Although it’s great that its convenient location makes for quick flights from the US, and its never-ending options for delectable grub, there’s so much more to love about this country aside from the obvious. Yes, the beach resorts are nice, but the Mexican interior has some serious soul to it too. Here, the people are real and genuine, and its buildings radiate an elegance that can’t be matched by modern all-inclusive resorts in places like Playa del Carmen. If…

A Secret Neighborhood in The Heart of Mexico City: La Romita

Anyone who travels should make raw wandering a part of their itinerary. Sure, world-class attractions like the Louvre, Christ The Redeemer, and Liberty Bell (skip the Liberty Bell) should be planned to be seen when in major touristic destinations, don’t forget to just walk out of your accommodation…and keep going. In an age when there is more raw information about any topic than one mere human could possibly absorb, we often get caught up in the noise that we read online and social media about what we should see or do. But, when you make the conscious decision to power down (where’s…

15 of The Best Cities in The World from Full-Time Vagabonds!

Have you ever been to a new city and instantly felt some sort of indescribable connection? Walked down a quaint street as you saw apartments with signs for rent and began to imagine yourself chilling on the stoop having a cold one with your awesome neighbors? Caught a smile from the opposite sex (or same) and thought, wow, I could actually live here! While the thought of putting down permanent roots somewhere is still a horrifying notion for many of us below, it’s nice to “pretend” once in a while, so without further ado,  here is a selection of 15 of the best…

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