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In Mexico City’s worst hit neighborhoods, hopelessness and fear grows

by Kara Fox, CNN Updated 7:45 AM ET, Fri September 22, 2017 Mexico City (CNN) Almost two full days after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake destroyed parts of Mexico City, Carlos Enrique Silva and his family [...]

Mexico school collapse: All students accounted for as searches continue

By Jason Hanna, Emanuella Grinberg and Kara Fox, CNN Updated 12:35 AM ET, Fri September 22, 2017 Mexico City (CNN)The search for a 12-year-old thought to be trapped in a Mexico City elementary school [...]

Are Mexico’s two September earthquakes connected?

Jonathan Amos Science correspondent       Mexico had barely begun to deal with the aftermath of one big quake before another rocked the country. People will naturally ask: are they related? Did one [...]

How to help victims of the earthquake in Mexico

Last Updated Sep 20, 2017 5:16 PM EDT Rescue crews are still sorting through the remnants of collapsed buildings after the deadliest earthquake to strike Mexico City in decades. At least 223 people died [...]

Mexico earthquake: Search continues for missing children at damaged school

Last Updated Sep 21, 2017 8:23 AM EDTRescuers and hundreds of volunteers were working nonstop Thursday to search for survivors of Mexico's deadly 7.1 magnitude earthquake.At least 245 people were killed in the quake that [...]

Death toll rises to 90 after Mexico earthquake

JUCHITAN, Mexico -- Government cargo planes flew in supplies and troops began distributing boxes of food to jittery survivors of an earthquake that destroyed a large part of Juchitan and killed at least 37 [...]

The Mexican Town You Never Knew You Wanted to Visit

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 [...]

A retiree’s view from Mexico: Buena vida

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 [...]

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 [...]

Jerry Brown Travels

As Jerry and Lori say, their videos are a "labor of love". They LOVE living in Ajijic and they share teir experiences and answer a multitude of questions from their 3500 plus subscribers. From how [...]

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The Mexican Town You Never Knew You Wanted to Visit

July 30th, 2017|Comments Off on The Mexican Town You Never Knew You Wanted to Visit

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 [...]

A retiree’s view from Mexico: Buena vida

July 30th, 2017|Comments Off on A retiree’s view from Mexico: Buena vida

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 [...]

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 [...]

Jerry Brown Travels

November 2nd, 2016|Comments Off on Jerry Brown Travels

As Jerry and Lori say, their videos are a "labor of love". They LOVE living in Ajijic and they share teir experiences and answer a multitude of questions from their 3500 plus subscribers. From how [...]

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 [...]

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.

HEALTH

It Ain’t For Sissies!

August 9th, 2017|Comments Off on It Ain’t For Sissies!

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 [...]

LIFESTYLE

Pod hotel concept comes to Mexico City

August 19th, 2017|Comments Off on Pod hotel concept comes to Mexico City

It Ain’t For Sissies!

August 9th, 2017|Comments Off on It Ain’t For Sissies!

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 [...]

Jim Tipton—A Profile in Courage

August 7th, 2017|1 Comment

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 [...]

TOURISM

The Mexican Town You Never Knew You Wanted to Visit

July 30th, 2017|Comments Off on The Mexican Town You Never Knew You Wanted to Visit

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 [...]

A retiree’s view from Mexico: Buena vida

July 30th, 2017|Comments Off on A retiree’s view from Mexico: Buena vida

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 [...]

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 [...]

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