Here’s an article by Chuck Bolotin of Best Places in the World to Retire published on Expat Focus about what ever happened to all those people who moved to Mexico, as told through a recently released study co-sponsored by the Yucatan Times.
We couldn’t find a comprehensive, scientifically-based, large study of what happened to the people who moved to Mexico, so earlier this year, we conducted one ourselves— “Expats in Mexico: Expectations, Worries… and How It All Turned Out,” now available for free download at our site. More than 1,100 current expats living in Mexico participated…
Click on the following link for full article by Chuck Bolotin on Expatfocus
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