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Living in Mexico Offers Affordable Mini Vacations

Living in Mexico

Mexico Mini Vacations

Living in Mexico – Easy Mini Vacations

With the recent economic downturn, many people from Canada and the U.S. have decided that living in Mexico is the affordable alternative to their native countries.

The added bonus of living in Mexico is the ability to take mini-vacation for under $200 for a duration of at least three days.  If you don’t own a car, you can either rent one with free mileage, or you can take a bus to your destination.  Many of the islands off of the coast of Mexico don’t accommodate cars and you must take a ferry to reach them.  Once on the islands, you can rent bicycles or take the bicycle taxis to get around.  Top cost $2.00 for your transportation, not including ferry.  If you have an INPAM card, your ferry ride is half the price.

Great Mini Vacation Destinations while Living in Mexico

If you are living in Mexico and not presently living on an island, then you’ll delight in what the islands have to offer.  Regardless of where you are living in Mexico, you can get to a body of water for tons of recreational activities.  One of the mini-vacation main events is from June through September at the Caribbean side of the Yucatan peninsula.

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Mexico Living – Growing, Eating and Selling Organic Food

Jan 19, 2012   //   by admin   //   Food in Mexico, Mexico Living  //  No Comments
Mexico Living - Growing, Eating and Selling Organic Food

Locally Grown Organic Produce in Mexico

Mexico Living and Eating Organic

If you’re enjoying Mexico living as well as eating good food in Mexico you’ll be pleased to know this….Mexico is the largest provider of organic foods in the world.

Approximately 85% of all organic food grown in Mexico is exported.  The remainder is sold locally throughout Mexico in markets and in some in packaged form in supermarkets throughout Mexico.

Most of Mexico’s local farms are generally located some 15 to 20 miles outside of major cities.  These are the farms that grow and provide organic food, including produce, meats and dairy items .

Since the large influx of expats from the United States and Canada, the organic food

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Retiring in Mexico – Expat Culture Shock

Retiring in Mexico – The Adjustment Period

Retiring in Mexico - Expat Culture Shock

Don't Forget to Pack Your 'Best' Attitude

Retiring in Mexico and visiting Mexico for vacation are two totally separate feelings.  If you have ever vacationed in Mexico, you know the feeling of total relaxation, letting go of all stress and not feeling badly about family or pets left at home.  You know you’ll be returning to all of it, so you give yourself up to Mexico and all of its traditions, music, culture and the total magic of Mexico.

Retiring in Mexico – Pack Your ‘Best’ Attitude

Many people decide that retiring in Mexico is a great idea. Having  vacationed in Mexico, they find the culture and traditions of Mexico so enticing, with friendly people, charming music, beautiful landscape and a variety of delicious food and adventure galore! But, once the

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Mexico Living – Bargains for Baby-Boomers

Mexico Living – Bargains for Baby-Boomers

Mexico Living

Mexico Living - Bargains for Boomers

Considering Mexico living as a baby-boomer means you’ll now be able to take advantage of the many available bargains if you plan on retiring in Mexico.

If you become an expat retiring in Mexico, you will join the millions of baby-boomers experiencing the benefits of retiring in Mexico.  So enlighten yourself with the many available bargains for baby-boomers making Mexico living their new lifestyle.

First, let’s talk about the Mexican Peso.  Presently, the Mexican Peso is ranging between $13.50 – $14 +  per $1.00 U.S dollar.   That means if you are investing in Mexican real estate and you are planning to spend $200,000 U.S. on a home, you can purchase an amazing house in Mexico with a good size property for $2,743,760.00 Mexican Pesos.

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Healthy eating in Mexico – Is it possible?

Dec 14, 2011   //   by admin   //   Food in Mexico, Living in Mexico, Mexico Living, Mexico Living Now, Retire in Mexico  //  No Comments
Mexico Living Now - Do's and Don'ts of Healthy Eating

Healthy Eating in Mexico

Healthy eating in Mexico is easy!

Fortunately, Mexico offers an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables for healthy eating in Mexico at a fraction of the cost of the same foods that sell in major super markets throughout North America.

Healthy eating in Mexico is part of the daily lifestyle.  You will find an abundance of locally grown fruits and vegetables, most visually familiar and some will be new and exciting foods to enjoy.  While settling into your retirement in Mexico, healthy eating is a must for a happy, healthy retirement in Mexico.

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Healthy eating in Mexico - Is it possible?