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It Ain’t For Sissies!

August 9th, 2017|0 Comments

By Tom Nussbaum “Getting old sure ain’t for sissies,” Ann the special education teacher said, paraphrasing an old Bette Davis quote, a few days before retiring. The choice of words, perhaps, could have been better [...]

Jim Tipton—A Profile in Courage

August 7th, 2017|0 Comments

By Bob Drynan I’ve been invited to write a profile of my dear friend, Jim Tipton. I’ve known him for over ten years, but to be frank I don’t know his history except in bits [...]

After nearly 20 years in U.S., Ohio mother of 4 deported following traffic violation

August 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

CBS NEWS August 2, 2017, 7:41 AM A mother of four living in Ohio was deported to Mexico after a traffic stop revealed she entered the country illegally from Mexico nearly 20 years ago. Beatriz Morelos [...]

Child’s diaper rash led to line of eco-diapers

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

Ecopipo makes 4,000 reusable diapers a month and exports to five countries. A decision to design a diaper that did not give her child a rash led to the creation of a business that now [...]

Swindler of thousands lives in luxury: suit

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

Ficrea boss believed to have invested in 100 US properties, earning permanent residency. The former head of a financial services company that defrauded billions of pesos from thousands of investors is now living a life [...]

Migrants abandoned: 147 left in trailer

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

Bound for the US, they made it as far as Veracruz Immigration officials say 147 Central American migrants were found Saturday abandoned in a rural area in Veracruz. The migrants said they had been traveling [...]

A retiree’s view from Mexico: Buena vida

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

JALISCO, Mexico -- Picture this: Sunshine and low to mid 80s nearly every day, low humidity, free healthcare and affordable housing that includes a maid and someone to clean the pool. Best small cities for [...]

The Mexican Town You Never Knew You Wanted to Visit

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

You probably haven't heard of it, but Ajijic should be on your radar. by Ellie Storck and Nicole Mlakar Tucked within the striking Sierra Madre Mountain range on Lake Chapala, the town of Ajijic is [...]

Mexico voted number one by International Living

January 22nd, 2017|Comments Off on Mexico voted number one by International Living

Mexico has always offered arguably the easiest transition to expat life around: Low-cost, conveniently close, friendly locals and plenty of expats—Mexico offers an appealing balance of exotic foreign culture and familiar First-World lifestyle. Over recent [...]

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A retiree’s view from Mexico: Buena vida

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

JALISCO, Mexico -- Picture this: Sunshine and low to mid 80s nearly every day, low humidity, free healthcare and affordable housing that includes a maid and someone to clean the pool. Best small cities for [...]

The Mexican Town You Never Knew You Wanted to Visit

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

You probably haven't heard of it, but Ajijic should be on your radar. by Ellie Storck and Nicole Mlakar Tucked within the striking Sierra Madre Mountain range on Lake Chapala, the town of Ajijic is [...]

Mexico voted number one by International Living

January 22nd, 2017|Comments Off on Mexico voted number one by International Living

Mexico has always offered arguably the easiest transition to expat life around: Low-cost, conveniently close, friendly locals and plenty of expats—Mexico offers an appealing balance of exotic foreign culture and familiar First-World lifestyle. Over recent [...]

Jerry Brown Travels

November 2nd, 2016|5 Comments

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The History of Ajijic.

October 1st, 2016|Comments Off on The History of Ajijic.

Ajijic´s history dates back to a long time before the Spanish conquest. Descendants of the ancient Nahuatl tribe established themselves around the shores of Lake Chapala. It is said that the first Nahuatl Indian arouse [...]

Welcome to Paradise!

September 20th, 2016|1 Comment

Visitors and retirees from all over the world know that we are lucky to live in Paradise.

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It Ain’t For Sissies!

August 9th, 2017|0 Comments

By Tom Nussbaum “Getting old sure ain’t for sissies,” Ann the special education teacher said, paraphrasing an old Bette Davis quote, a few days before retiring. The choice of words, perhaps, could have been better [...]

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 950 Review: Pricing Is Everything

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

All right. Well, take care yourself. I guess that's what you're best, presence old master? A tremor in the Force. The last time felt it was in the presence of my old master. I have [...]

Lifestyle

It Ain’t For Sissies!

August 9th, 2017|0 Comments

By Tom Nussbaum “Getting old sure ain’t for sissies,” Ann the special education teacher said, paraphrasing an old Bette Davis quote, a few days before retiring. The choice of words, perhaps, could have been better [...]

Jim Tipton—A Profile in Courage

August 7th, 2017|0 Comments

By Bob Drynan I’ve been invited to write a profile of my dear friend, Jim Tipton. I’ve known him for over ten years, but to be frank I don’t know his history except in bits [...]

Five dishes to help you celebrate Cinco de Mayo

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

Whether you're throwing a party this Cinco de Mayo or just marking the Mexican holiday on your own, you're going to need some quality dishes to celebrate right. You may also want something that includes [...]

Tourism

A retiree’s view from Mexico: Buena vida

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

JALISCO, Mexico -- Picture this: Sunshine and low to mid 80s nearly every day, low humidity, free healthcare and affordable housing that includes a maid and someone to clean the pool. Best small cities for [...]

The Mexican Town You Never Knew You Wanted to Visit

July 30th, 2017|0 Comments

You probably haven't heard of it, but Ajijic should be on your radar. by Ellie Storck and Nicole Mlakar Tucked within the striking Sierra Madre Mountain range on Lake Chapala, the town of Ajijic is [...]

Mexico voted number one by International Living

January 22nd, 2017|Comments Off on Mexico voted number one by International Living

Mexico has always offered arguably the easiest transition to expat life around: Low-cost, conveniently close, friendly locals and plenty of expats—Mexico offers an appealing balance of exotic foreign culture and familiar First-World lifestyle. Over recent [...]

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