Use Strong Dollars As a Medical Tourist to Mexico

Use Strong Dollars As a Medical Tourist to Mexico; Tickets low, too.
Use Strong Dollars As a Medical Tourist to Mexico says CNBC

Use #Strong Dollars As a #Medical Tourist to #Mexico–CNBC

While the dollar is strong, go abroad to heal on holiday. At the same time, international #airfares have come down slightly. Go take care of your teeth or whatever ails you, plus #save. Further, hire top #qualified #doctors, #dentists, and surgeons. Continue reading “Use Strong Dollars As a Medical Tourist to Mexico”

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Flag Day, Mexicans & Medical Tourists Celebrate Independence Many Ways

Flag Day, Mexicans & Medical Tourists Celebrate past and present.
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”

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Wealthy Snowbirds Flock to Ajijic, Too, Not Just Gringo Bargain Hunters

Wealthy Snowbirds Flock to Ajijic on Lake Chapala.
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. Continue reading “Wealthy Snowbirds Flock to Ajijic, Too, Not Just Gringo Bargain Hunters”

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Medical Tourists Retire In Mexico After One Visit

Medical Tourists retire in Mexico with pleasure.
Medical Tourists retire in Mexico for good reasons.

What have you heard stories about our neighbors to the south? Tales of intrigue? Some medical tourists retire in Mexico after experiencing life there. Continue reading “Medical Tourists Retire In Mexico After One Visit”

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Caviar Lifestyle on a Tuna Fish Pension in Mexico

Caviar lifestyle is a common practice of expats.
Caviar lifestyle is way possible on the Lake Chapala riviera.

How to Live a Caviar Lifestyle on a Tuna Fish Pension on the Lake Chapala riviera continues to get rave reviews on www.Amazon.com. It’s doing better than other books about this area with the biggest expat community of Americans and Canadians. It has QR codes scattered throughout to access more information via your smart phone. Its author says … Continue reading “Caviar Lifestyle on a Tuna Fish Pension in Mexico”

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An Ajijic Christmas — a Gift to World Travelers

Ready for shoppers before an Ajijic Christmas
An Ajijic Christmas shop awaiting visitors

A gift to yourself and your traveling companions for the holidays or anytime is this little corner of paradise tucked away in central Mexico. As its popularity grows, so does its publicity. Three more web-zines recently covered Ajijic. Because it does inspire one to sing its praises. Continue reading “An Ajijic Christmas — a Gift to World Travelers”

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