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Thursday November 23 2017

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The Evolution of Retirement Communities

What is a Retirement Community? Perhaps by the most objective terms, a retirement community is a place where a group of retirees live near to each other; on the other hand, some people might say it's an area where a number of homes or condos are available which are ideal for retirement. More and more, by the standards of today's retirees, the...

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Los Cabos, Much More than a Second Home

Los Cabos is home to many part time U.S. residents that have shown their willingness to help out and get involved with the community. For the last four years, during the month of March, Los Cabos and Querencia have been home to the Fred Duckett Challenge, which raises funds destined for people with special needs. The specific objective ...

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Puerto Peñasco, Our Home for Over 30 Years

Imagine a place where traditions are created and a legacy is built. We found that place in Puerto Peñasco (Rocky Point) in 1979. Thirty-one years ago we made our first trip to Rocky Point. Meeting our friends from California we rented a home in Playa Encanto. Coming from Phoenix we got our first visa permits at the border, found our turn off o...

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My Move to Cabo

This is the story of my move to Cabo San Lucas, from my very first trip in December of 1993 to today. I share stories of my travels and thoughts from the very beginning when I was just a tourist with a visa card to buying a vacation property to becoming a full-time resident in 2004. Over the years many friends have visited, so many that a gathe...

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Chapala: A Little Mexican Paradise Treasured by Expats

The deep silence of the night is broken by the shy, sweet chirp of the sparrows. There are many types of birds including humming in Chapala Lake including hummingbirds, pelicans, and herons. The lake is covered by a golden mist, and the wind blows a soft and crisp breeze, an-nouncing the coming of the autumn. The leaves on the trees are trembl...

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The Golden Corridor: Gated Communities of San Miguel de Allende

The historic colonial town of San Miguel de Allende is attracting more and more attention from such prestigious publications as ABC News, Conde Nast Traveler and Money Magazine. It has been picked as one of the top ten most desired retirement cities in the world. That’s because the recently named UNESCO World Heritage Site seems to offer every...

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Escape From America Without Leaving America

As we all know, Christopher Columbus, while searching for China, first discovered the Americas when he arrived in San Salvador in 1492. On his second voyage, he landed in the Caribbean Islands, and on his last voyage in 1498, he arrived in the area of Venezuela. In 1497, the Italian sailor Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot), exploring on behalf of Engla...

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Living life in Rocky Point

A golden opportunity for choices by the seashore, Rocky Point is on the edge of happening and is a lifestyle on the brink of development. Rocky Point is where living your dream and creating your “legacy” is possible when you’re open to life’s special attractions. The magical setting sun brings the ending of another day as it sinks into...

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A Colonial Sensation: San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel is located on the semi-arid high plains of Central Mexico, near the area known as the Bajío. Geographically, it is almost the center of Mexico, making it easily accessible by air or road. Getting Here Airports in Guanajuato (south of Leon, a 1.5 hour drive from San Miguel) and Mexico City (a 3 hour drive) receive direct internati...

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The Allure of Oaxaca for Snowbirds

Oaxaca has two main advantages over other southern destinations for snowbirds. First, you can explore one of the most culturally rich regions in Latin America, and then, if the mood strikes, hop a plane, and in 35 minutes be relaxing on a sandy beach sipping margaritas. Second, there is enough of an expat presence in the city to enable a vacation...

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