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 News, lifestyle information, properties, opinions and practical advice about Mexico.

We are Tommo & Megsy two roaming food and travel photographers & writers with an insatiable passion for seeking out culinary deliciousness.

 A magazine devoted to all things of interest while living in Yucatan - News, lifestyle, shopping, food, culture and history. Available in English & Spanish

Majestic house from the beginning of the 20th century, framed by beautiful gardens, offers you a unique atmosphere for your social and business events. 

It is located on Av. Paseo Montejo, in the city of Mérida, Yucatán, a few steps from the main hotels, shopping centers and financial services. 

We are a cultural space in the heart of Mérida, starting the path towards a more sustainable food system and an inclusive community.


The heart of Refettorio's operations is the conviviality and experience at mealtime. Surplus food is transformed with culinary creativity into nutritious dishes that benefit

our planet and the people who need it most. This project has the main focus on food through which community building will be sought, in alliance with the H. Ayuntamiento de Mérida, to alleviate poverty conditions through the promotion of

social rights and inclusive development.

Keep up to date with everything that is currently happening in Yucatan. The Culture, Sport, Politics, Economy, Ecology. 

Showcases the Culture, Traditions, Ecology and Architecture of Yucatan and Merida

Living - Culture - Community - Working - Real Estate

The Hacienda Yaxcopoil was a Yucatan henequen plantation dating back to the 17th century. Its archives are frequently cited in historical texts and research. The Hacienda may be the best-preserved but unrestored hacienda in the state of Yucatan. The original plantation was an enormous size, approximately 11,000 Hectares.

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 People, politics, business and economy — news about Mexico: a curation of national and international coverage of news from Mexico.

Daily news journal for the State of Yucatan.

After the foundation of the city of Mérida in 1542, Francisco de Montejo “el Adelantado” began to distribute the land where the settlers would establish their homes, having previously reserved the entire southern part of the large square for him. Before he died, in 1543, he ordered his son to build the house where the conquerors would live in that space; the house was completed in 1549, with Francisco de Montejo “el Mozo” being the only inhabitant.

The various churches in Merida including the following: Church of Itzimna, Church of the Mejorada, Church of San Cristobal, Church of Saint John, Hermitage of Santa Isabel, Church and Park of Santa Ana, Santa Lucia Church and Park

Discover, Explore and Marvel at the incredible sights and adventures that can be found in Yucatan

Here you can find fresh local produce straight from the Producer chemical and hormone-free, vegan and vegetarian meals as well as deliciously prepared foods.

Open Every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in Plaza Colón in Garcia Gineres. Corner of Reform Ave and 33D Street

It hasn’t always been easy to figure out where everything is located, how to get there, how much

it all costs and what is actually worthwhile to visit. This website assembles a detailed travel guide of what we’ve found to be the best day trips from Merida, Mexico.

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