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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Bahias De Huatulco

Huatulco Real Estate and Local News

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href="https://www.facebook.com/International.Living">Facebook, and Google+!Ten years ago, I left the U.S. in search of a new adventure with my husband, Al—a decision that led us to the city of David in the province of Chiriquí, Panama. Al and I have spent time in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Belize, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Honduras since leaving the U.S. but, for many reasons, Panama won out as our retirement destination. Chiriquí Province is beautiful. It's the country's farming province, all rolling hills lined with fields where you'll find pineapples, papaya, rice, coffee plantations, and orange groves.You're reading They Give Retirees More in Panama 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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In the late summer months, when temperatures reach their peak in the northern hemisphere, Mexico can be host to hurricanes: powerful storms which are born over the oceans, gather strength, and eventually make landfall – most usually along Mexico’s Pacific coast, and less often along the shores of the Gulf of Mexico or Yucatan peninsula . . .

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Every now and again, Mexico's National Statistics Institute publishes off-beat snippets of information that have no bearing on the country's current economic situation, like marriage statistics on Valentine's day, education data on Teachers Day, birth and death rates on Day of the Dead, and a host of other trivia . . .

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href="https://www.facebook.com/International.Living">Facebook, and Google+!Puerto Vallarta—one of Mexico’s most popular expat destinations—is home to an estimated 50,000 North Americans. It has endless beaches, marinas, and a yacht club. But California money helped turn a sleepy, stable market into a crazy mess. In the aftermath, we may find opportunity.You're reading Puerto Vallarta—Killer Deals if You Know Where to Look; Risky Business if You Don’t 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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Property ownership in Mexico carries all of the same responsibilities of property ownership elsewhere, and protecting your valuable physical assets against unforeseen events is an essential consideration as you formulate your annual budget. It’s worth noting that home insurance is distinct from Title Insurance, which covers you in the event that the title deed of the property you purchase turns out to be invalid causing your title to the property to be brought into question, and paying out compensation in the event that you lose title to the asset...

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As the time for the ripest summer fruit draws to a close, now is the time to capture the season's ephemeral flavor in a jar. Actually, several jars, because the mountains of fruit piled up in Mexico's markets now are too appealing to resist.. Technically, jam is a rustic preserve, a cohesive mixture of fruit and sugar, whereas marmalade has pieces of fruit suspended in jelly. In Spanish, one word mermelada — is used for both, which is much easier than explaining the difference...

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This Mexican peach chipotle jam is so easy to make with canned chipotles in adobo sauce, and good with any kind of bread, grilled pork or poultry, or cheese and crackers. Ingredients2 ½ pound...

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These Mexican cactus fruits are always available in larger mercados in Central Mexico, because they are used in mole de olla. If you don't see them, ask. They make a delicious jam. Do yourself a big fa...

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Tomatillos have a high pectin content, so this recipe makes a nice, thick jam, with the tangy flavor of citrus rind. Mexican tomatillo jam is especially good with grilled chicken. Ingredients1...

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An unlikely combination? You be the judge, as you liven up your morning toast, or spread this Mexican apricot jalapeño jelly on cream cheese with crackers. Ingredients5 cups peeled, chopped a...

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Mixed fruit marmalades are popular in Hidalgo, served with all manner of cakes and breads. This recipe for Mexican pineapple, apple, orange and coconut marmalade is adapted from CONACULTA's La Cocin...

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Independence Day on September 16 is the most widely celebrated of Mexico's four political national holidays. It’s no wonder this is so as it marks the events that led to the creation of the Mexican Republic following three centuries of Spanish colonial rule . . .

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href="https://www.facebook.com/International.Living">Facebook, and Google+!I speak Spanish. I honed it in Spain. Living in Mexico as I do, though, I found things really took off when I learned a little Mexican. But wait, you say: Both Spain and Mexico speak Spanish. You're reading Learning to Swear Like a Spaniard 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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href="https://www.facebook.com/International.Living">Facebook, and Google+!I'll admit it: I'm a sucker for traditional food markets. I seek out farmers' markets in the U.S. and traditional food markets when I'm abroad. Belize, Mexico, Peru, Ecuador... I've explored markets in all these countries, thrilled at the colors, the smells, and the variety of wares, many of them exotic local fruits, vegetables, and more. And, of course, I've explored many markets in Spain.You're reading Eat Like a Local at Spain’s Best Food Markets 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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Mexicans have three words for earthquake. The choice of word can depend on where the person was at the time of the quake, and under what conditions . . .

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