This article by Chuck Bolotin of Best Places in the World to Retire and published in Forbes explores how moving to Mexico can increase the quality of your life.
When my wife and I decided to try living in Mexico for a while, we didn’t really know what to expect.
With only very, very rudimentary Spanish, the totality of our experience in Mexico consisted of a visit to the border area 50 miles from San Diego for a few days; a week in Cabo San Lucas on vacation; a week at a Club Med Ixtapa; and a three-hour cruise port stop.
In short, we were quite unprepared.
Yet, it was this very lack of experience which we hoped would add to our open-mindedness, intensify our overall experience, lead us to some fresh perspectives and perhaps even help us to recognize some new opportunities.
We were not disappointed.
The Mexico (and Mexicans) we met were very, very, different…
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