The allure of Mexican poolsides, beaches, restaurants, and culture during the warm summer months is hard to resist. It’s so easy to just jump in the car and go. But no matter how excited you may be to get there, a little bit of planning will go a long way towards making your road trip… Read more »
Posts By: Roxanna Brock McDade
Roxanna Brock McDade fell in love with Mexico when her father first took her there when she was 11. She happened into her position as writer and web designer with Mexpro more than 10 years ago, where she now gets the opportunity to share her Mexico travels and experiences. As well, Roxanna has acquired a wealth of information in the Mexico insurance industry and communicates what she initially found difficult and confusing in her articles to help our customers. Roxanna has a long list of books and travel articles under her belt (written before and after she came to Mexpro). Helping others have a better travel and insurance experience is her top priority at Mexpro.
Off the top of your head, try to think of a hidden little gem of a vacation spot that isn’t in a faraway land, run over by hoards of travelers, is easy on the budget, and ideal for water sports, avid fishermen, hikers, naturalists, and beachcombers alike. While the list you think of will be… Read more »
It’s summertime and one of the things that vacationers like to do this time of year is go fishing. Mexico is a country rich in opportunity for adventure and tourism, and one of those adventures is fishing. Bordered on multiple sides by the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, as well as the Sea of Cortez, Mexico… Read more »
Vacations provide the perfect opportunity for making lifelong memories with your kids, and introducing them to new cultures and experiences. Where better to accomplish this than in Mexico, being so close and affordable? International travel with kids can be tough, but a few simple hacks will keep vacationers of all ages happy. Keep these tips… Read more »
When you think of Cinco de Mayo, what comes to mind? Incredible food? Margaritas? Beer? Vibrant costumes? Music and dancing? Although all of the above symbolize this historic celebration (particularly in the United States), there’s a lot more to be discovered — especially once you cross the border. What Is Cinco de Mayo? You may have… Read more »