Category: Al Barrus

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Hey Gringos: Come to Mexico and Live the Revolution

November 25, 2013 by

Hey Gringos: Come to Mexico... After two years of life in Mexico as an expat I’ve noticed some very big differences from my own North American culture. That’s the Mexican people’s willingness to take to the streets and use force if necessary when they’re discontent with their government’s policies. November is the month of the revolution in Mexico. The revolution... Read More »

Mexico – More Expatriate Insights - Book Review

November 11, 2013 by

Mexico – More Expatriate Insights... A Fantastic Cross-Section of Expat Communities, Reference for Mexico’s Laws When I first started swiping the virtual pages of this e-book, I was very skeptical. I thought “I’ve been here two years. What could this teach me?” The big fact of this book is that it’s not from just one expat’s knowledge and experiences. George... Read More »

October 12th, Dia de la Raza

October 7, 2013 by

October 12th, Dia de la... The celebration of Christopher Columbus' (Cristóbal Colón in original Italian; he was born in Italy) accomplishment of successfully navigating to the Americas in 1492 has come under fire in recent years. The celebration in the United States started in 1792, 300 years after the fact. In 1992 I remember celebrating the 500-year anniversary of Columbus'... Read More »