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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
A large family of 7 sold almost all of their possessions to move to Central America to immerse themselves in a new culture.
I met and fell in love with a Mexican while on vacation in Puerto Vallarta. I am now living here and blogging about my experiences along the way!
Living Barra de Navidad surrounded by lavish vegetation, palm trees, exotic flowers, birds, lots of sun, fun and yes ocean. Enjoying Mexican culture,food,people.
Bits of my advice from my experience as a young female expat living in Guadalajara, Mexico. Based on word of mouth recommendations and lessons learned from my own trials and tribulations, short posts will focus on helpful tips for any new folks in town. From refried bean making to urban gardening to trips to the dentist and the immigration office, learning to live here one step at a time.
Living the Vida Loca.... While most "normal" folks would leave Mexico and move north to the promised land, my family and I decided to pack up and start again down south. It's been a wild ride, but at the end of the day, this adventure has brought us closer together.
Learn a Spanish word once or twice a week and experience a unique pueblo in Yelapa, Mexico through essays and photos.
A photojournal of our travels and adventures in Mexico's Western Highlands, and our life in Ajijic at Lake Chapala. Everything from fiestas to wildlife, ancient ruins to life in a Mexican village...and much more.
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.