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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Bahias De Huatulco

Huatulco Real Estate and Local News

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Car rental in Mexico has never been more affordable than it is today. Foreign expats who live in Mexico but don't own a car can use car rental services for casual leisure trips, or other times when use of car is needed. Those visiting Mexico for leisure tours will find that renting a car in Mexico provides an excellent way to experience the landscape and gain efficient access to local features and attractions independently . . .

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By Ed KunzeIt doesn’t really happen very often, but I have seen homes built on the beach, or on a high piece of ground, with small windows and wooden doors. And, even when homes do have decent-sized picture windows and sliding glass doors, they are insufficient. They should be huge, and lots of them . . .

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Northern Mexican climate of Chihuahua is ideal for pistachio trees, which require only half as much water as the more common pecan trees and can survive drought conditions.I knew that a dry climate can indeed support pistachio trees because a friend in Oaxaca bought one as a sapling some years back and it has flourished in the semi-arid Oaxacan climate and borne fruit....

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Use whatever dark salad greens are available in your local market for this pear and candied pistachio salad. Mixed baby greens are ideal, but no iceberg lettuce here, please. The nuts can be made ahead...

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Serve this Mexican pistachio cilantro pesto over pasta, or spread it on a pounded thin chicken breast filet and roll up to form a spiral before sautéing. Or place a dollop of it on crackers with goat ...

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A very light coating of olive oil is just enough to adhere the pistachiocrust mixture to the chicken without using egg. This contemporary Mexican recipe is also a nice preparation for fish filets. Baki...

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This is a tasty take on the classic polvorones, or Mexican wedding cookies. Try adding one half cup of dried cherries or cranberries to the crumbly pistachio cooky dough. Ingredients1 ¼ cups ...

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By Monica Rix PaxsonIn the United States and Canada, the accreditation of hospitals and many other healthcare institutions is ubiquitous. You expect your local neighborhood hospital to be accredited and you’d be surprised if it weren’t. In Mexico the situation is different . . .

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In recent years, one of the hardest things to predict has been the Mexican peso/US dollar exchange rate. Just when the peso seemed to be making a comeback from the 2008 devaluation - when the currency plummeted to over 15 pesos per dollar, something else has happened leading investors to move back into dollars, either buying US Treasury bonds as a safe place to park money (despite very small returns), or buying dollar contracts in futures markets to protect their foreign investments against depreciation of the currencies in which they have invested . . .

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Judy King's Living at Lake Chapala is a must have book for any expatriate living at Lake Chapala, and it is a very useful book for any expatriate anywhere in Mexico. It is a book to keep beside the bed, or on the coffee table, or even on the car seat. Arranged in six parts, the 76 chapters tell you just about everything you could want to know about living the Mexico adventure. At the very beginning of Living at Lake Chapala, Judy tells us "This is the book I needed when I arrived in Mexico." It might be the book you need as well....

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Whether you plan to buy land and build a house on it, fall in love with an old ruined property you want to restore, or buy a pre-existing home in Mexico, the process takes real commitment, energy, patience and above all—relevant know-how . . .

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It has been said that beauty is where you see it and genius is all around, waiting to be identified. Beauty — Quinta Tesoro de la Sierra Madre is an adobe house and little wildlife refuge on the ban...

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09
Diego Durán was born in Seville, Spain, in 1537 but came to Mexico as a boy. At first he lived in Texcoco but later moved to Mexico City. By then, the old Aztec world was in ruins but vestiges of the former Aztec empire remained. Durán was not only fluent in Nahuatl, the Aztec language, but he was acquainted with the Indians, some of whom had survived the Conquest.He was therefore a first-hand witness of the conflict between the Spanish and Indian cultures...

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03
The inquiries we receive about relocation to Mexico have been rising steadily over the last 18 months. As more baby-boomers retire, and the underlying reasons people choose Mexico for living, full-time or part-time, continue to influence decision-making, the long-term trend is for even more foreigners to come to Mexico . . .

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The Mexico Immigration Guide has been revised and updated for 2015. While there are no major legal changes to report, the new edition includes updated application fees and criteria for certain visa types, as well as enhancements introduced from our readers' feedback over the last year . . .

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