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 »

New Baja Book: My Gold Coast—Baja

Posted January 8, 2013 by & filed under Mexico.

Book Description: A practical and informative guide to the Rosarito/Ensenada area of Baja. communications, geography & climate, shopping in local supermarkets and much more are covered in this fun to read guide of my piece of paradise. I have lived here for almost 10 years now and have no desire to move anywhere else. This… Read more »

Guidebooks for solo women travelers: Go! Girl guides to Mexico

Posted September 2, 2012 by & filed under Mexico.

Though guidebooks abound, they rarely address the solo female traveler. Plenty of blogs exist to help empower her, but now there’s a series of books, Go! Girl Guides, that puts comprehensive help in a tidy package. Started by Kelly Lewis, a University of Arizona journalism grad with a wanderlust for places that might intimidate solo… Read more »

Mexico Travel Guide to Baja Norte

Posted August 26, 2012 by & filed under Baja.

If you’ve been asking questions like “Is travel to Mexico Safe?” or “can I drive to northern Baja?” then the Mexico Travel Guide to Baja Norte is for you. The Mexico Travel Guide to Baja California is the best information gathered in travels to Tijuana, Rosarito and Ensenada and is aimed to answer the questions… Read more »