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Expatriate Insurance News: 'Many activities' to do in Mexico

Romantic expat health insurance policyholders may wish to consider relocating abroad to Mexico.

The Mexico Tourism Board's romance director Carmen Laborin explained people can enjoy classes in dance, which take place at clubs or resorts, by the shoreline or under the moon.

Many traditional styles can be learned, including danzon, tango, salsa and cumbia, the representative explained.

A "romantic dinner under the stars" was also promoted, with waterfalls in Chiapas, mountains in Morelos, lakeshores in Michoacan and beaches in Puerto Vallarta recommended.

She suggested taking cookery lessons from some "renowned chefs in the most beautiful kitchens" in haciendas and colonial mansions.

Ms Laborin also highlighted the Riviera Maya, which has "white powder beaches and turquoise coloured waters", where men and women can bond with nature.

This area is like paradise for those who enjoy the sun and sand, she explained.

Adventurous experiences can also be had in Mexico City, the director argued, suggesting individuals visit Los Cabos.

Whale watching, fishing, water sports and trekking can take place in this location, she remarked.

Those who prefer culture could enjoy going to Mexico City, the capital of the country.

It is "rich in history, dynamic and centrally-located", Ms Laborin pointed out.

"A number of world class museums" are in this area, including the National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Palace of Fine Arts, she stated.

The expert advised people to explore some of the Spanish colonial architecture and ancient pyramids near to the location.

The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office notes drug-related crime and violence are significant issues in Mexico and although most incidents are related to Mexican citizens associated with criminality, other individuals can also be affected.

However, it states this generally occurs in specific regions of the country, while other places are usually completely spared from this activity.

Pick-pocketing frequently occurs on the Mexico City Metro, while crimes also take place at Bureau de Change and ATM machines, it remarks.

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