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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Bahias De Huatulco

Huatulco Real Estate and Local News

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I hadn't given much thought to carrots in Mexican cooking until doing a recent search for carrot cake recipes, when it dawned on me that carrots are found in just about every kind of dish in Mexico, from salads to desserts. They are a reliable standby, sold in even the smallest markets. The carrot is a basic ingredient of countless caldos (soups and broths) and stews. It is part of the flavor base of most chicken and beef stocks, and a flavoring in itself. It is especially appreciated in such Mexican classics as...

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This versatile Mexican carrot pudding can be served as a side dish or a dessert. As a side dish, it is made with cheese, and as a dessert, with raisins and nuts. Here, it is presented as a dessert. Som...

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Jalapeño adds some zip to this healthy Mexican carrot salad. I like to serve it with enchiladas in green sauce, such as enchiladas suizas, where it is a refreshing counterpoint to the richness of the ...

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By Monica Rix PaxsonI’m from Chicago. That’s ice hockey territory. So it was with interest that I learned that hockey legend Gordie Howe had a round of stem cell therapy in Mexico in December. He’d been in bad shape for a long time. A member of his family reported that he, “had been rapidly declining and was essentially bedridden with little ability to communicate or to eat on his own.” Family members have described the result of his treatment in Mexico as, “truly miraculous.” . . .

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If you have plans to live, work, or retire in Mexico, you will need to have at least a working knowledge of the Spanish language for day-to-day living here. While those who come on vacation can enjoy Mexico without speaking a word of Spanish, when you're living here and doing everyday tasks like shopping at the market, paying your electricity bill, getting your car repaired, and arranging for a plumber to fix a leaking pipe, only Spanish will do . . .

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The Girl from Veracruz is the twelfth and latest novel in John Scherber's Murder in Mexico mystery series. Like most of the others, it is set largely in San Miguel de Allende (although there is a trip to Veracruz). It features the same team of detectives that we have come to care for in the preceding novels: Paul Zacher, age 40, a reasonably popular local artist; the lovely Maya Sanchez, his life partner (for the most part) and now head of the Paul Zacher Agency; and Cody Williams, a retired homicide detective from Peoria, Illinois. We also meet again Licenciado Diego Delgado, their contact with the San Miguel Judicial Police. The story begins at the morgue...

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href="https://www.facebook.com/International.Living">Facebook, and Google+!Hip, trendy, vibrant... Those three words sum up Playa del Carmen, Mexico. This is a boomtown, plain and simple. Over the past 20 years, the population has exploded. Fifth Avenue, the main shopping and entertainment drag, is described locally as the longest pedestrianized street in the Americas. Each time I visit—that's every month for the last three months now—it feels like new blocks have sprung up and fashionable restaurants and boutiques have opened their doors.You're reading The Last Opportunity in This Booming Beach Town 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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Back in the 1970’s, telephone calls in Mexico were eye-wateringly expensive and the country’s network infrastructure was pitifully limited. When Telmex was privatized in 1990 the network infrastructure and line provision issues were addressed quite quickly, but prices remained stubbornly high . . .

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We have just released our fully revised and updated 2015 Guide to the Cost of Living in Mexico. The guide enables you to assemble an informed estimate of what your annual living costs in Mexico are likely to be and build a personalized budget tailored to your individual circumstances . . .

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If you visit Mexico as a tourist and bring your own car with you, you might have acquired a TIP (Temporary Import Permit) that is exclusively associated with your vehicle’s unique identification numbers. A number of people have written to us asking what they should do if they forget to surrender the TIP when they drive out Mexico to the USA or Belize. If you don’t surrender the TIP for cancellation, as far as the Mexican authorities are concerned you still have that car in Mexico . . .

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If you enjoy Mexican food, and like finding recipes which offer unique and insightful advice about how to prepare Mexican it, this eBook will make a unique addition to your library that shares some down-to-earth, well-loved, and traditional Mexican recipes . . .

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Great intellectuals of the world have been talking for seven years about making things better. You can see how that has turned out. They assemble each November in Mexico, in Pubela, to empower a large paying audience and others with innovative ideas in science, technology, art, design, politics, education, culture, business, entertainment and other areas of very important knowledge. The City of Ideas, a three-day session, has brought in more than 200 speakers. For some strange reason, I have not been invited...

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Years ago in Mexico, in the time of the great land barons, the hacienda ranch was actually a self-sufficient small town. Since the breakup of the large land holdings, the term hacienda has taken on the meaning of a style of traditional architecture, of which I prefer over all other types here in Mexico when choosing a style of home to take advantage of a great view . . .

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href="https://www.facebook.com/International.Living">Facebook, and Google+!“Belize has a lot to offer those seeking a new life abroad. There’s a feeling of opportunity and possibility, of a place being shaped right now…a country where retirees can find a comfortable place or someone with an idea can start a business,” reports InternationalLiving.com editor Jason Holland. “It’s not as established as some of the other tourist destinations in the region, so there’s still lots of room for new businesses that fill a gap in the market.” With a population of 330,000, Belize offers plenty of empty, wide-open spaces. Located below Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, this is picture-postcard Caribbean. It’s a country of Maya temples, seaside condos, jungle lodges, and colonial mansions.You're reading From Beach to Mountains, Expats Enjoy a Great Lifestyle and Low Costs in English-Speaking, Caribbean Belize 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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The Aztecs formed a highly civilized society with poet-kings busily engaged in learned philosophical discussions. Unfortunately, the general public hears mostly about the Aztec practice of tearing out human hearts. Prior to the Conquest, written documents in Roman transcription did not exist. The Aztecs handed down history and customs through an oral tradition backed up by codices — the "painted books" of ancient Mexico. It is true that the Aztecs did have a form of writing based on a combination of commonly recognized symbols (the Maya had an even more advanced form of phonetic symbolism). Nevertheless, written documents do imply a post-Conquest period of composition. This, in turn, raises the question of Spanish missionary influence on these apparently "native" compositions...

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