Affordable Retirement in Mexico

Posted October 9, 2019 by & filed under Expats, Healthcare, Living in Mexico, Retirement.

Hula hooping on the beach

Affordable Retirement in Mexico: What You Need To Know Whether you’re nearing retirement age or planning for the future, you’ve probably already heard that Mexico is one of the most popular retirement destinations in the world for Americans and Canadians. With benefits that include a dramatically lower cost of living, excellent healthcare and all the… Read more »

How to Make Your Trip to Mexico Even More Enjoyable

Posted February 14, 2017 by & filed under Before You Go, Living in Mexico, Safety, Vacation.

Sandy Beach Rocky Point Mexico

Millions of Americans and Canadians travel to Mexico each year. With its generous peso exchange, safe toll roads, and friendly cities, it’s easy to see why. Why Mexico Remains a Great Place to Travel Mexico is home to some of the world’s most breathtaking beaches, exciting cities, and accommodating resorts, and the country sees more than… Read more »

Mexico Expat Business Opportunities

Posted March 31, 2014 by & filed under Expats, Living in Mexico.

Mexico is a land of many business opportunities Today, nearly a million North American expats (expatriates) are living in Mexico. While the majority of expats moving to Mexico are retirees, there are a growing number that are instead relocating to conduct business. It is not unheard of for whole families, including: mom, dad, the kids, and the… Read more »

Driving Vehicles with Foreign License Plates

Posted February 20, 2014 by & filed under Auto Insurance, Border Crossing, Driving to Mexico, Living in Mexico.

Driving foreign plated vehicles is often prohibited Most countries have laws that prohibit their own nationals or citizens from driving foreign plated vehicles. Most often, the expectation is that a persons drivers license, and the license plates on their vehicle, should be from the same country. Of course, there will be some exceptions, for example, when someone rents… Read more »

Mexico – More Expatriate Insights – Book Review

Posted November 11, 2013 by & filed under Al Barrus, Expats, Living in Mexico.

More Expat 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 »