Mexico Vacations for Seniors to enjoy now. All around the world, senior traveling is increasing in popularity. A large number of senior citizens are making the decision to get out and travel. If you are one of those individuals, you have likely examined a number […]
The past month it has been Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Floods and Tropical Storms in much of Mexico. While you see the rescues going on and it is in the news, our hearts are with those that lost everything. What about the lost dreams that many will live after the TV cameras and the news reporters have left. It is a sad and heart breaking story yet to unfold over the next few years.
Time In Mexico Is Not on a Clock. It is in the Mind of each person and used as a general guideline. For expats this takes a little adjustment to our way of thinking. When we tell someone that we will be somewhere at a particular time, we make an effort to be there at that time. The Mexican Culture is a little different. Setting a particular time to them seems to mean, “around that time, give of take”.
Shopping Farmers Markets In Mexico, at least this part of Mexico is more than just the fresh fruits and vegetables. While the farmers set up their stands to sell their produce, others set up around them. On the sidewalks they sell whatever they might have […]
The Rainy Season In Puerto Vallarta
As July winds down and we get ready for the month of August, it is the rainy season here in the Puerto Vallarta area of Mexico. That means lighting shows, thunder and heavy rain almost every night for the next few weeks. It does not rule out rain during the day as well. However, the rain storms during the day are usually not nearly as heavy. It also means the humidity will be somewhere between 75 and 100 percent most days from mid-morning until very late in the day. With temperatures reaching the 90’s on most days, that is not a good combination. (more…)