Reforma newspaper reports that Mexico is the world's second largest market for bottled water, after the United States. About 15 billion litres are sold annually. Surely unnecessary if the tap water is drinkable?
The eco healing center, Yolitia, in Malinalco talks to Inside Mexico about how they built all their bungalow style housing and buildings with the natural resources found on and around their land. More >>
Still not sure what the difference is between an FM3 and a FM2? What's the best visa for you and what are the restrictions that go with it? Applying for your visa can be a headache. Listen to the conversation Inside México had with immigration lawyer, Fernando Poo Céspedes to learn what forms you need to have, where you need to go and all the other little logistics that goes into the visa process.
In many countries long distance bus travel is the second or third option, after flying or taking a train, but in Mexico it’s often the first choice. Security expert Mario González-Roman outlines some security tips to keep in mind when traveling by bus.
Mexico City’s subway system is one of its great secrets. It’s cheap, safer than you might think, and can get you places much faster than traffic-clogged streets. Don't be afraid to take the metro to get where you are going!
Normally, security experts recommend that you keep a low profile and avoid using public transportation in Mexico City, especially the bus. The fact is that public transportation can get you where you are going more efficiently than a car, and it's better for the environment.