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    • 1.

      Real Estate Property Investment Series: Focus Mexico 2007

      by Rhiannon Williamson - 2006-12-18
      Confidence in the Mexican economy is strong and has been especially so since Felipe Calderon was inaugurated as president on the 1st of December 2006. He is seen as being progressive, and many expect...
    • 2.

      Want To Rent A House Or Buy A House In Guanajuato But Can't Speak Spanish

      by Douglas Bower - 2006-12-19
      In central Mexico, San Miguel de Allende is virtually the only place where you will find English spoken so massively that you will not have to learn how to say two words in this beautiful language. If...
    • 3.

      Guanajuato: Unexplained Mysteries

      by Douglas Bower - 2006-12-21
      If you read guidebooks or travel articles about México, you will read that Mexicans are wonderfully accommodating, friendly, warm, and generous to strangers. You will be given the impression these peo...
    • 4.

      Move Over San Miguel De Allende Here I Come - Part II

      by Douglas Bower - 2006-12-26
      I thought I would write a follow-up to my column, "Move Over San Miguel de Allende Here I Come", since this is the only thing, writing, that prevents from committing murderous acts of rage (Just Jokin...
    • 5.

      Mexican Living Survival Tip # 3 - Finding Work

      by Douglas Bower - 2006-12-26
      Though I have written a lot on the issue of expatriation to Mexico, one of the most common questions from the "younger crowd" is, "Can I find work?".This is, in a way, a pathetic commentary on life in...
    • 6.

      Mexican Living Survival Tip # 1 - Water

      by Douglas Bower - 2006-12-26
      A typical day in the life of an American expat living in Mexico will include trying to find drinking water. You might be surprised by this but everyone knows that you cannot "drink the water in Mexico...
    • 7.

      Mexican Survival Tip # 4 - Communication

      by Douglas Bower - 2006-12-26
      If you want to communicate from Mexico to anywhere else in the world, do not use the Postal Service. If it is not the worst in the world, it has to be in the top ten. I have harangued and harangued ab...
    • 8.

      Mexican Survival Tip # 5 - Transportation

      by Douglas Bower - 2006-12-26
      When my wife and I first visited the city in Mexico where we eventually chose to settle, we had a conversation along these lines:Me: "Do you know what I am thinking, my sweet darling dove?"Wife: "No, ...
    • 9.

      Spanish in the Workplace: Importance of Bilingual Communication in the 21st Century

      by David Lisenby - 2006-12-29
      The ability to communicate in both Spanish and English continues to become an increasingly-important factor for the success of businesses in the U.S. A number of industries are marketing heavily to t...
    • 10.

      Mexican Grilled Chicken with Tomato Avocado Salsa

      by David Slone - 2007-02-01
      Mexican Grilled Chicken with Tomato Avocado Salsa Ingredients to serve 4 people:4 boneless chicken breasts (leave the skin on)2 large tomatoes1 small red onion1 peeled avocado 2 jalapeno peppers o...