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Blogs worth reading about Mexico

Surviving Mexico
Jane Austen, A to Z: Quilts Inspired by Her Novels Jane Austen, Letter Of The Day, April Challenge, My Themes, Cosplay, Diana Gabaldon, Latest Books, S Word, Writing A Book

Creative Hands of Mexico from My Life of Craft-N-Dab

Welcome, Leigh Thelmadatter from Creative Hands of Mexico.

Acceptance is the first step toward spiritual redemption. Spiritual redemption begins with the acceptance of Christ as your personal Lord and Savior. Thankful Thursday, Happy Thursday, April Challenge, Amal Clooney, Today Tips, Tip Of The Day, My Themes, Teaching Tools, Enough Is Enough

An American Girl's Adventures from My Life Of Craft-N-Dab

Welcome, Anne-Marie from An American Girl's Adventures! I want to thank her for taking the time to respond to my questions so I can highlight her in the...

call it kismet It's Meant To Be, Paris Skyline, Mexico, Sea, Reading, Travel, Viajes, Word Reading, Trips

by land or by sea, it's meant to be

by land or by sea, it's meant to be

Updated January 2020 - A rental concierge in Mérida (featured in my book on how to rent in Mexico) in the Yucatan gives us some insights on Mexico and being a woman business owner there. Merida, Tulum, Concierge, Insight, Blog, Life, Reading, Playa Del Carmen, Windows

Resources for Part-Time Life in Mexico - Ventanas Mexico

Blogs and books promoted on the Ventanas Mexico website provide readers everything they need to know to set up an exciting, satisfying "mini-life" in Mexico, and provide cultural insights on what to expect on the journey..

My Mexican, American, Hungarian, Jewish stories and Recipes Avocado Salad, Chicken Soup, Celery, Cabbage, Mexican American, Vegetables, Mexico, Recipes, Reading

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My Mexican, American, Hungarian, Jewish stories and Recipes

Babs blog A blog about a fun loving single retired woman expat living in the famous UNESCO city of San Miguel de Allende in Mexico. Fun Loving, Mexico, Sunset, Woman, Reading, City, Blog, Outdoor, San Miguel De Allende

BABSBLOG

A blog about a fun loving single retired woman expat living in the famous UNESCO city of San Miguel de Allende in Mexico.

Croft's Mexico. Recreational Vehicles, Mexico, Reading, Camper Van, Word Reading, Reading Books, Campers, Mexico City, Motorhome

Croft's Wanderings

A good day! I received an Income Tax refund cheque for Norma in the amount of $670! Bonus! I didn't think she had paid any taxes in 2019 so I didn't see how my notary figured she would get a refund but after a complicated process of pro-rated income splitting with me, she did! I ran down and deposited it before they could change their mind! My notary earned his pay! He did not finagle a refund for me but he did substantially reduce the amount I thought I owed by shifting as much of my income…

Imagine Mérida — Becoming Expats in the Yucatán Learning To Be, Merida, Places To Go, Blog, Reading, Word Reading, Blogging, Reading Books, Libros

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Imagine Mérida — Becoming Expats in the Yucatán

Online magazine for the culturally curious Mexico, Journal, Culture, Reading, Blog, Word Reading, Blogging, Reading Books, Journals

Jenny's Journal: Mexican Culture

Online magazine for the culturally curious

GARY'S IMPRESSIONS OF MICHOACAN, MEXICO Mexico, Reading, Blog, Word Reading, Blogging, Reading Books, Mexico City, Libros

GARY'S IMPRESSIONS OF MICHOACAN, MEXICO

If you have read this blog previously you will recall that I wrote about the number of religious images where I assumed this revewaled a process of democratization of religious power. No longer centered in the institution nor in a single image (Christ or Guadalupe) power is transferred to simple images in metal or to photos, posters, small replicas of a saint. Here I want to talk briefly about the history of this process. Is this just an example of consumer "stuff" or is it a display of…

Everything you need to know about Mexico’s culinary scene. From down home street stalls to mom & pop restaurants to temples of fine dining, tipping guidelines and a grandmother’s mole recipe, this is a gastronomic survival guide. Mole Recipe, Pops Restaurant, Mexico City, Fine Dining, Good Food, Reading, Recipes, Blog, Word Reading

GOOD FOOD MEXICO

Everything you need to know about Mexico’s culinary scene. From down home street stalls to mom & pop restaurants to temples of fine dining, tipping guidelines and a grandmother’s mole recipe, this is a gastronomic survival guide.

Blog – David Lida Travel Advisory, Mexico, David, Reading, Blog, Word Reading, Blogging, Reading Books, Mexico City

David Lida

I am the author of four books. My first, the short story collection Travel Advisory, was selected for Barnes and Noble's Discover Great New Writers Program. My second, a street-level panorama of contemporary Mexico City called First Stop in the New World, received rave reviews from the New York Time