I feel very grateful to have been able to live and work in almost every main coastal tourist destination in Mexico and to have traveled to countless others. Mexico is my adopted country and I’m proud to call myself a full time resident.
April 1 was my grandfather’s birthday. I remember as a kid we would always write something silly in his birthday cards eluding to some lame joke and he would always laugh the way an adult does to please a child.
My grandfather has long since passed on, and as I write this, the world of yesteryear has as well.
Ready to retire in Los Cabos? It might be a challenge for some people to completely give up their busy lifestyle. To seamlessly bridge the gap and slide gently into the wonderful world of retirement, there are many fulfilling volunteer opportunities in Los Cabos to keep you busy. Whether you join the growing full-time ex-pat retiree community or simply happen to be here just a few months, the following are just a few suggestions for you to explore.
After the economic slowdown at the end of the last decade, many of the USA/Canadian lenders stopped financing loans out of the USA and Canada. This had an undesirable impact on real estate sales in our corner of the world for foreign buyers and thus began a shift as many buyers cannot simply buy a home without some sort of financial backing.