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 »

4 Places in Mexico to Escape the Winter Blues

Posted January 3, 2017 by & filed under Destinations, Expats, Merida, Retirement, Winter.

Playa del Carmen beach

Mexico holds a number of warm locations where one can escape the cold. Check out some of these sunny, relaxing locales. While North Americans and Canadians brave the cold this winter, Mexico is enjoying warm and dry weather. Each of these locations comes with its own charm, providing welcomed options for escaping winter’s cold bite…. Read more »

Best Places to Winter in Mexico

Posted September 19, 2016 by & filed under Destinations, Ensenada, Expats, Ixtapa, Jalisco, Oaxaca, Retirement, San Miguel de Allende, Winter, Zihuatanejo.

Lake Chapala

Living at an altitude of 7500 feet in Flagstaff, Arizona, I am already feeling hints of winter—a later sunrise, cooler air and a slight discoloring of leaves. I’m already dreaming of Mexico. As soon as the weather gets uncomfortable, I’ll be wanting to spend the winter or travel for an extended visit there. In the… Read more »

Mexico Affordable Retirement

Posted May 20, 2014 by & filed under Retirement, RV Insurance.

Mexico is all about relaxation Retirement is about leaving the rat-race behind and dedicating more time to relaxing. The “ho hum” of the workweek gives way to a less hectic and less worry-filled existence. Retirement can provide additional opportunities to pursue leisurely outdoor activities, such as walking along the beach, golfing, bird watching or fishing…. Read more »

San Felipe, Baja Mexico

Posted November 16, 2011 by & filed under Festivals / Events, Retirement, San Felipe.

by Bob Miller Baja, Mexico is often mistaken for Baja, California. Not to mention Baja, Oklahoma. Even Mexico looks at Baja in wonderment asking, “Does that state really belong to Mexico?” The Baja peninsula is a little over 1,000 miles long with two coastlines. As the name implies, Baja is as much a Mexican state… Read more »