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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Bahias De Huatulco

Huatulco Real Estate and Local News

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There was an era when traveler’s checks were an item on every packing list, alongside passports and travel insurance. Before ATMs became widespread, they were the only way of easily carrying currency on foreign trips, bar carrying cash. Technology has transformed many habits and routines, not least of which are related to travel . . .

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The biggest event of its kind in Latin America, the International Balloon Festival in Leon, Guanajuato, takes place in the middle of November. Attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors over the four-day festival, and some two hundred hot air balloon teams from all over the world, it is a spectacle that justifies the early morning wake-up...

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Postal services in this country date back to Aztec times and today, November 12 is Dia del Cartero—Postman’s Day—in Mexico. It’s the day of the year when everyone remembers their local postman and give a small gift in appreciation of the work they carry out . . .

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As we settle into the crisp autumn months and adapt cooking techniques and ingredients to the change of seasons, it seems like a good time to look at the use of spices in the Mexican kitchen. Besides providing great depth of flavor, spices have both a warming and anti-inflammatory effect on the body, making them tasty and healthy additions to fall dishes. But what exactly are spices and how are they different from herbs? The variety of fresh herbs used in Mexican cooking has been explored in some depth...

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A couple of teaspoons of aromatic spices do wonders to perk up plain white rice. So do the Mexican techniques of frying the rice first, and using broth instead of water. Cumin and coriander work well t...

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Mexican chicken with caramelized onions and nutmeg © Karen Hursh Graber, 2014This recipe for Mexican chicken with caramelized onions and nutmeg, adapted from Marge Poole's 1,000 Mexican Recipes, ...

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How this very rural elementary school has risen from nothing to something special is a stunning success story. The small Nayarit village in the foothills of the Sierra de Vallejo mountains, just 40 kilometers from downtown Puerto Vallarta, is a different world.It is not distinctive and has been that way for generations.Until Edd Bissell, by the grace of God or a quirk of fate, discovered the school and adopted it, nobody — nobody — had ever been beyond sixth grade. Today, a young woman is in her senior year of college architecture and several youth are in high school.,,.

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When you fancy something to eat that's traditionally Mexican, seek out a local comedor, where you can sit down in an informal atmosphere and order from a set menu that features delicious home-cooked meals prepared using fresh, local, produce . . .

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By Roxanna Brock McDadeI had never been to Puerto Vallarta, so my trip this autumn was full of pleasant surprises – and zip-lining down a mountain was one of my most memorable experiences . . .

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Mexico City’s official taxi colors have undergone no less than four changes over the last two decades: from the iconic yellow beetle bugs to green and white “eco” cabs and, latterly, a distinctive burgundy and gold. This autumn, the color scheme for official street cabs is changing again – to white and pink . . .

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Much of the novel, which takes place in 1982, is about the Huichols and Richter means "to introduce the reader to the Huichol people, their culture and religious life centered on peyote visions…." For the Huichol, "the sacred and the secular are the same world, real and physical, enrapturing and mystical. Body, mind, and spirit; corn, deer, and peyote; nothing separates the idea from the daylight or the dream. It is all the same." As in the finest of adventure stories — from The Odyssey to the present — Robert Richter´s protagonist, Cotton Waters, "Algo," is a seemingly ordinary man, not particularly successful in the eyes of the world, who for complicated reasons accepts a journey that has extraordinary challenges and that will change him forever...

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As time goes on, the number of people who approach me for information about assisted living and long-term care options in Mexico is increasing. Some enquirers are looking for themselves. Others are interested in finding care for a beloved spouse or other relative . . .

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href="https://www.facebook.com/International.Living">Facebook, and Google+!The couple explored Peru, Ecuador, Mexico, and Nicaragua. As their trips were part of a search for a new home, it made sense to stay awhile and get beneath the surface of a place. Ellen explains, “Extended stays make sense financially, giving us time between trips to recoup the cost of moving about.” But after three years of having no permanent base, they realized that it was actually this roving retirement lifestyle that suited them. You're reading Discover a Roving Retirement Lifestyle 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 Fiesta de Cristo Rey has become as famous as many of the Day of the Dead rites in other communities around Mexico. It's the peak of the flower growing season in Michoacán and the residents not only gather the flowers to decorate the streets but they also paint the streets with incredible and startling floral designs.

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Jim Lewis of Santa Monica is a pioneer in insurance services for tourists to Mexico. His concern for consumer affairs was fueled by a 1980 internship with Ralph Nader, and this experience led to a reva...

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