The Mexican War of Independence lasted 1810-1821. In 1820, the Spanish army, mustered to reoccupy its colonies, revolted. Hence a year later on February 24, Mexico’s rulers quit infighting long enough to declare #independence from Spain. Conservative General Agustín de Iturbide and liberal General Vicente Guerrero signed their Iguala Plan. Continue reading “Flag Day, Mexicans & Medical Tourists Celebrate Independence Many Ways”
The number of people worldwide who want to change how they chew is growing phenomenally. And there is one thing most want to change. And that is how they #bite. Continue reading “New Restorative Dentistry Due to Medical Tourists to Mexico & Elsewhere”
In ancient times, #Angamuco had as many buildings as Manhattan. The #Purépecha people, rivals to the Aztecs, built the city. More than 100,000 people lived there when it was at its peak. That was between 1000 AD and 1350 AD.
#Archaeologists found the 26-square-kilometer site in 2007. For centuries before then, this massive city existed in the heartland of #Mexico without academics knowing it. However, the #indigenous groups may not have forgotten the “lost city”. Continue reading “Mexico’s Ancient City–Hi-Tech LIDAR Finds 40k Buildings for 100k Citizens”
#Art is therapy for some. Would you come as a #medical tourist in #February? Especially relevant, an art #festival in #Guadalajara is one of many #things to do.
Guadalajara Art Festival Near Ajijic for Medical Tourists–Whole City Is
#Genomic medicine is still in its nascent stage. Yet it shows promise in treatment of many diseases. Hence developed and developing countries alike are investing heavily in research in genomes. Also they’re developing innovative biomedical technology. Continue reading “Genomics: When Can Medical Tourists to Mexico Find the Latest?”
First of all, #adventurers can easily experience all five of #Mexico’s #ecosystems. Since they lie within a circle of 500 kilometers in diameter around #Guadalajara.
Known only to the local people, they’re “little paradises” in the middle of nowhere. Hence, gaining directions, one might visit: Continue reading “Medical Tourists Can See Mexico’s Magic Circle of Ecosystems”
Americans who vacation in #Mexico meet many #Mexicans who speak English. Because many Mexicans spend time working in the US. Due to working and #vacationing, neighbors get to know each other. And enjoy each other’s culture. Furthermore financially, gringos get to save on #medical and #dental care. Meanwhile, Mexicans get to save their wages. Continue reading “Record Remittances & Medical Tourism Draw Mexican-US Economies Closer”
Are you going to #Mexico to save money on #dental or #medical work? If so, then probably you won’t be staying in a five-star resort. However, it’s good to know that a top-flight hotel is in the neighborhood. Because you can count on local government to match it with top-flight infrastructure. Everybody will be able to use the smooth roads and fast wi-fi. So, welcome a grade-A hotel to the Lake Chapala riviera. Continue reading “Medical Tourists–Welcome Mexico’s 1st Radisson Blu Spa”
#Expats, #Medical Tourists Love #Mexico’s #Ajijic–What to See
Most noteworthy, USA Today calls Ajijic (pronounced Ah-hee-heek) Mexico’s expat paradise. Especially relevant, citizens from America and Canada love their lives there on the #Lake Chapala riviera. Continue reading “Expats, Medical Tourists Love Mexico’s Ajijic–Another Major Paper”
On February 5, Mexicans celebrate their #Constitution. On this day, 101 years ago, their constitutional #convention adopted the document. It gave the winners of the third Mexican #Revolution some paper legitimacy. (Mexicans rebelled thrice in one hundred years: against Spain 1810, France 1861, dictator Diaz 1910.) Continue reading “Mexico’s Constitution Day Fun For Medical Tourists”