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Trisha Velarmino

Trisha traveled to Mexico in 2018 and after a year, she found herself obtaining a 4-year residency visa in Mexico. She is the Editor-in-chief for our Living in Mexico Series which has helped over 3,000 Americans move to Mexico with ease. Trisha currently resides in Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur.

Be a smart traveler: the term “Baja Mexico” explained

Baja Mexico, Baja, Baja California, Baja California Sur, Baja Norte – why are there too many names for this area in Mexico? In this “Explained” series, you will learn about …

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Be a smart traveler: the term “Cabo,” explained

Cabo, Cabo Mexico, Los Cabos, Cabo San Lucas, San Jose del Cabo – why are there too many Cabos?! In this post, you will learn about the differences between these …

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Explained: the truth about renting a car in Mexico

All your burning questions about renting a car in Mexico, answered (plus helpful car rental in Mexico advice). Most people will tell you that renting a car in Mexico is …

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Made in Mexico: whiskey from Queretaro championing corn farmers in different states

Introducing Bebidas Sabrosas Queretaro: whiskey made in Mexico, supporting local communities in the state. On our recent trip to the state of Queretaro, we discovered Bebidas Sabrosas, a local company …

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An art gallery and design hotel in Queretaro? Count me in!

Take a look inside Ta Hotel Queretaro, an elite design hotel in the city of Santiago de Queretaro. Welcome to another segment of our hotel reviews in Mexico! Last July, …

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Get to know the history of Mexican chocolate in this tour in San Miguel de Allende

The majestic city of San Miguel de Allende draws over a million American travelers every year. We discovered a chocolate tour in the city that uncovers the history of chocolate …

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