This is part II of The Yucatan Times’ EXPAT AVENUE: a daily series of interviews with prominent members of Merida’s expat community. Each interview explores topics like why these expats moved to Yucatan and what important quality-of-life improvements they have witnessed during their time here.
Don’t miss these interesting interviews with the following expats:
Who knows, you might be the next to move to Mérida !!!
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