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A blog for artists who are interested in living and working in Mexico's celebrated art colony, San Miguel de Allende.
This blog is about our adventures of moving to Puerto Vallarta, starting with the decision and all that it entails and our experiences now that we are here. It is about PV and Mexican culture, but also about marriage and relationships. Check out the She said/He said format
We have been living full-time in an RV for over a year, traveling in Mexico. What an adventure! We are now transitioning to living in a casita in Mexico for 10 months each year, enjoying the winter warmth, the wonderful people, and the simpler life. We now return to the U.S. in the fall, visiting family and friends. View all of my blogs and my eBook at www.HealthyLivingandTravelinginMexico.com
I am a writer and photographer; my family and I moved to Mexico City two years ago. This blog includes cultural observations and photographs.
Soy Poblana is a blog about Puebla that was founded in 2013. The aim of this blog is to help travellers and expats discover what makes this city and state so incredible.
A family of 3 learning to live in central Mexico, sometimes through adventures and other times with disasters.
...occasional musings on our everyday life experiences in Mexico, which may not amount to more than a "small hill of beans" (etepetzin in Nahuatl, language of the Aztecs), but are recorded here as fond memories.
Retired couple living near Tlacolula, Oaxaca, Mexico. We rebuilt a very old hacienda (over 400 years old) and now call it home. The blog is over our observations, experiences, and daily life here in Don Pedrillo.
Various stories of daily, weekly, monthly life in and around the Sierra Madre Mountain town of Patzcuaro, Michoacan. Stories include all the stuff that has happened in the last few decades preceding the journey to get here.
The subtitle of.my blog is The Best of Both World on Both Sides of the Border and Beyond! The blog focus is on reflections and recommendations for retired boomers who are interested in improving the quality of their retirement years by exploring short term residency in Mexico and other Spanish speaking countries. I've spent three winters in Mexico, two in Ajijic, Jalisco in the Lake Chapala area, one in San Miguel DE Allende and am cutrently IN San Miquel de Allende until the end of April. Don't like winter? Why suffer in silence waiting for spring when so many countries welcome North American jubilada/jubilados? You, too can be living the dream for a whole lot less than you can imagine!
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.