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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Bahias De Huatulco

Huatulco Real Estate and Local News

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Aida exudes authenticity. She actually lives in Jocotepec. She was born there, last in a sizable flock of 13 children. Her father's family goes back to before the Spanish came calling. Her grandfather was shot during the Revolution. That is historic!

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We recently received this question from one of our readers:“I have repeatedly heard that Mexico is a country where Medicare is accepted. If so, it would be the only place outside of the States. Once and for all, is this true or just one more expatriate legend?” . . .

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About 25 miles off Cancun's northeastern coast, past Isla Mujeres and far into the Caribbean waters, some of the largest known sea creatures loll their summers away. They are whale sharks, a gray-and-white spotted fish that can measure up to 40 feet long and weigh more than 15 tons. That's bigger than many dinosaurs. On this particular late August morning, I would be hanging out with them for a while. Hopefully, they'd already eaten breakfast.

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href="https://www.facebook.com/International.Living">Facebook, and Google+! Beverly Nelson has a passion for holistic health...and for Mexico. That’s why she opened a retreat center in San Miguel de Allende, in the country’s Colonial Highlands. Today, she enjoys a life that is fulfilling both personally and professionally. She welcomes clients from around the world who come for workshops and lectures, individual and group retreats, and healing modalities like acupuncture and various types of massage, including Ayurvedic. During her free time, she and friends enjoy San Miguel, going to concerts, films, gallery openings, the theater, or dinner at someone’s home or in a local restaurant. “There is so much to do here in San Miguel, there is never a lack of choice,” she says. You're reading Building a Healing Retreat in the Heart of Cool, Colonial Mexico by International Living, originally posted on InternationalLiving.com. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow International Living on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+!

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Artichoke season has arrived in Central Mexico, the time of year known locally as the temporada de calor, or hot season. By the standards of most other places, it really would not be called "hot," but at 7000 or so feet, it doesn't usually get much hotter. And the arrival of this Spring weather means artichoke season, when our friend Tim, a French-trained chef and a professor at a Puebla university, makes the eagerly anticipated drive to what we call the "artichoke farm," where the odd-looking thistles are waiting to be picked...

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Tostadas are one of our pantry staples, and so are marinated artichoke hearts. Vegetarians can leave out the chicken and substitute firm tofu. Canned and bottled artichoke hearts are found in most la...

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Fresh or frozen artichoke hearts are good sautéed, and even better with poblano chiles and green onions. This is a tasty side dish with a simple main, such as chicken cutlets. Ingredients:2...

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Since 1996, Mexico has been adjusting its clocks in the spring and autumn to account for Daylight Saving Time (DST); the only exception is the Mexican state of Sonora, that borders Arizona and it, like its U.S. neighbor, chooses not to indulge in clocks changes . . .

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An important part of Mexico's past and present are its bread shops, which are found on many busy corners of its towns and cities. When you're hungry, there's nothing quite as enticing as the smell of fresh baked bread wafting out from the local panadería.

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Most of Mexico has a year-round mild climate, conducive to spending a lot of time outdoors or in open spaces within the home. In fact, many Mexican families spend most of their time cooking, eating and socializing on an outside terrace or covered patio of some sort...

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href="https://www.facebook.com/International.Living">Facebook, and Google+! Last December I told you about our members-only pre-release opportunity in the luxurious Copala community in jet-set Cabo at the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula. Our window of opportunity here has been kept open—but only for a brief time period. You're reading Snap up a 15% Discount on Mexico’s Pacific Coast—5 Units Remaining by International Living, originally posted on InternationalLiving.com. If you've enjoyed this post, be sure to follow International Living on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+!

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When you rent a car in Mexico and take the vehicle back to a different agency to the one you rented it from, it’s called a one-way rental. One-way car rentals attract a "drop-off" fee, which covers the cost of driving the vehicle back to the agency that manages it, and so the fee is directly related to the distance between the two agencies . . .

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Mexconnect readers, a priceless lot, ask occasional questions via e-mail. They receive sincere efforts at answers.Some exchanges have the potential to interest others. You'll know shortly whether they interest you...

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March 21st each year marks anniversary of the birth of Benito Juarez, the most famous of Mexican presidents, one of the best known of Mexico's historical characters, and something of a benchmark for the country's political life. His most famous saying is that 'among individuals as among nations, the respect for the rights of others is peace' . . .

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The most comfortable buses in Mexico are the ‘executive class’ bus lines which are ideal for longer journeys: these buses feature no more than twenty-five seats on board, laid out in a 2+1 configuration, each one being a third wider than a normal bus seat, and which recline to be near-flat, like a bed. Think of business class on an airplane . . .

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