Ventanas Mexico

Resources and insights for part-time or full-time life in Mexico

Provides a blog promoting living in Mexico and promotes books on learning Spanish and how to rent in Mexico.

Filtering by Tag: updated 2019

General Guide to Medical Care in Mexico a Must-Have for Aspiring Expats

While I'll still be researching cancer care in Mexico specifically, Monica Paxon's Guide to Medical Care give you the basic groundwork to understanding Medical care, and where to go if you need more.

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Why You Should Consider Tlaquepaque (Near Guadalajara) as an Aspiring Expat

The city of Tlaquepaque (pronouced tuh-lah-keh-pah-keh) lies between Guadalajara's central district and Lake Chapala/Ajjic, a very expat community. You could spend days in its plazas and always see something new. 

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Cancer Care In Mexico

I'm off to Guadalajara soon to investigate life in one of Mexico's largest cities as compared to smaller expat-oriented communities. At the same time I'll be researching its healthcare system.  With one in three people being diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, cancer care seemed like a good place to begin. 

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Five Clichés About Living In Mexico Broken Down One by One

Don't even bother reading interviews (after your first one) of expats in Mexico. Let me give you all the clichés here, and translate them to what these people are really trying to tell you.

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What Are You Looking at When You Look at a Mexican Cathedral?

Cathedrals were the center of activity in Mexico's cities. They're beautiful and no doubt you will find yourself in one at some point if you are in Mexico. You might as well know a little about what you are looking at.

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