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Lady of Guadalupe with San , Mexico – If we are going to talk about tradition in Yucatan, the first thing that is always put in front of everything else is family and church. Most of the traditions here and that are ingrained deep in their lives are built around family and church.

Lady of Guadalupe with San , Mexico – If we are going to talk about tradition in Yucatan, the first thing that is always put in front of everything else is family and church. Most of the traditions here and that are ingrained deep in their lives are built around family and church.

Outside Papas and Beer, Baja, Mexico – There are around 1.2 million Americans, Canadians, and other expats living in Mexico at the moment. Most of them are 40 years old and above who retire in Mexico. There are some people in that number who were born in San Diego or Los Angeles, California but now live here in the Baja Region just because the cost of living is cheaper here in Mexico than in the US.

Outside Papas and Beer, Baja, Mexico – There are around 1.2 million Americans, Canadians, and other expats living in Mexico at the moment. Most of them are 40 years old and above who retire in Mexico. There are some people in that number who were born in San Diego or Los Angeles, California but now live here in the Baja Region just because the cost of living is cheaper here in Mexico than in the US.

Cenote in Yucatan, Mexico – Mexico is a good place for preppers and survivalists. There’s a very well-known Italian colony here in Yucatan that has least 60 to 80 family members who came from Italy expecting the world to end in 2012. They built a wide and impressive compound.

Cenote in Yucatan, Mexico – Mexico is a good place for preppers and survivalists. There’s a very well-known Italian colony here in Yucatan that has least 60 to 80 family members who came from Italy expecting the world to end in 2012. They built a wide and impressive compound.

RV park on the beach at Rocky Point, Puerto Penasco, Baja California – I didn’t realize how very popular hiking and camping was with Mexicans, and how people within the larger cities so much being able to appreciate greener spaces. Camping and hiking and exploring the wilderness are quite popular in Mexico.

RV park on the beach at Rocky Point, Puerto Penasco, Baja California – I didn’t realize how very popular hiking and camping was with Mexicans, and how people within the larger cities so much being able to appreciate greener spaces. Camping and hiking and exploring the wilderness are quite popular in Mexico.

Roadside bar in Ajijic, Mexico – When you are in a bar in Mexico, there may be instances when someone goes out with friends and his friends are smoking illegal stuff like marijuana. Of course they will not smoke in front of you but instead go out. The policemen know what these substances smell like and when they come in and find you with these people who smoked illegal stuff then they may take you along with your friends even if you didn’t smoke, because you were with them, too.

Roadside bar in Ajijic, Mexico – When you are in a bar in Mexico, there may be instances when someone goes out with friends and his friends are smoking illegal stuff like marijuana. Of course they will not smoke in front of you but instead go out. The policemen know what these substances smell like and when they come in and find you with these people who smoked illegal stuff then they may take you along with your friends even if you didn’t smoke, because you were with them, too.

Hospital Universitario de Guadalajara, Mexico – Best Places In The World To Retire – Expats usually have two options with regard to healthcare in Chapala and Ajijic.   Some expats join the IMSS (Mexican Social Security) program of the government. Once they’ve joined, they can take advantage of the services provided by IMSS. When you go to a doctor through IMSS, they won’t charge you anything.

Hospital Universitario de Guadalajara, Mexico – Best Places In The World To Retire – Expats usually have two options with regard to healthcare in Chapala and Ajijic. Some expats join the IMSS (Mexican Social Security) program of the government. Once they’ve joined, they can take advantage of the services provided by IMSS. When you go to a doctor through IMSS, they won’t charge you anything.

Sierra Madre beach town, Mexico,  – The best way to view Mexico, which I’ve done several times, is literally to drive across it. You’ll see all these different climates from high mountain forest with pine trees to deserts, to tropical areas; it’s all here in Mexico. It really is a wonder to drive across Mexico and view all its terrain and different cities.

Sierra Madre beach town, Mexico, – The best way to view Mexico, which I’ve done several times, is literally to drive across it. You’ll see all these different climates from high mountain forest with pine trees to deserts, to tropical areas; it’s all here in Mexico. It really is a wonder to drive across Mexico and view all its terrain and different cities.

Town square in Ajijic, Mexico – If you live in Mexico, even if you are a permanent resident, as I am, you do not have to renounce or relinquish your US citizenship.

Town square in Ajijic, Mexico – If you live in Mexico, even if you are a permanent resident, as I am, you do not have to renounce or relinquish your US citizenship.

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