More American Medical Tourists In Mexico Than Ever, despite all. More American Medical Tourists In Mexico Than Ever; Forget Politics
Forget the news media and politics. #Mexico remains the most popular country for Americans to visit. Indeed, visitation is climbing.
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Dental School or Dental Tourism? Both Cost Less. Which One is Best? The funnest?
Because dental care is so expensive, many Americans turn to #dental schools or travel abroad. Most tourists for dentistry choose Mexico or Central America.
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Techno-Progress In Mexico keeps expanding.
To round out one’s image of #Mexico, check out the impact of #techno-progress in the country. As technology spreads wider, Mexico becomes prosperous, like its neighbor to the north. Prices will rise and deals disappear. So visit before the window closes. Meanwhile, consider the evidence of progress.
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Medical Tourists Need Mexico now more than ever. Medical Tourists Need Mexico’s Afforability
Americans still have to go abroad to get #affordable health care. Regular teeth cleaning, for example, compared to US prices can be 1/10th the cost in #Mexico. For American families, traveling to Mexico for #medical care simply makes more sense.
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Flag Day, Mexicans & Medical Tourists Celebrate history and present gifts.
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”
Guadalajara Art Festival Near Ajijic for Medical Tourists to Mexico, Too, & spiders
#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
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Medical Tourists Can See Mexico’s Magic Circle from our home base.
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:
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Medical Tourists–Welcome Mexico’s 1st Radisson Blu to the Chapala riviera.
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.
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Guadalajara Mexico–Medical Tourists with others enjoy the theater. Guadalajara Mexico–Medical Tourists Sight-See Beauty
The second largest city in Mexico is a half hour over the hill from Lake Chapala, Mexico’s largest lake. Chapala’s riviera is home to the biggest expat community of Americans and Canadians. Therefore to serve them, world-class doctors and dentists have settled lakeside.
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Wealthy Snowbirds Flock to Ajijic just like the expats do.
Sun-seeking #retirees who are not pinching pennies escape winter to #Lake Chapala in central Mexico. It’s the country’s largest lake. Its noted for its wonderful #weather and mountain views.
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