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May 2011 Blog Posts (10)

Living in Los Cabos: My Webinar Idea

Living in Los Cabos: My Webinar Idea


I’m going to pitch the folks at Regional/International to do a webinar for Realty Executives on why they should be referring to Mexico. Then I thought, maybe I should just blog it, ‘cause it’s good info. But non-real estate people might be confused so first I’m…


Added by Carol Billups on May 31, 2011 at 2:06pm — 1 Comment

Visiti Playa del Carmen For Adventures Vacation Tour in Mexico

Mexico’s Riviera Maya on the East Coast of the Yucatan Peninsula has become one of the hottest vacation destinations in the world. Its location on the Caribbean coast puts it in the perfect spot to experience azure seas and warm tropical breezes.

Vacations in Riviera Maya offer the kinds of adventures that will stay with visitors for the rest of their lives.

A Riviera Maya Cancun vacation not only…


Added by Jason Stiver on May 30, 2011 at 1:58am — No Comments

Avoid Online Scams


The following is an article written by Steve Weber, a friend of mine. This is valuable information for most of us.

Avoid Online Scams…


Added by George Puckett on May 29, 2011 at 8:34am — No Comments

Moving to Mexico

Thank you so much for adding me to your forum!  My husband and I will be down in the Bucerias/Nuevo Vallarta area in July to once again look at houses.  We were down in April and did some looking around as

well.  We are from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.  It sounds like everyone on here would be able to give us some good advice.  We already have a realtor that we have been dealing with in Bucerias.  So, I have LOTS of questions!  I noticed on your board there is another couple from…


Added by Tracy Jones on May 26, 2011 at 7:29am — No Comments

Update on Mt Garcia Fire on the South Shore of Lake Chapala

 Hi Everyone,

George checked with me to see if I had fresh information on a reported fire on Mt. Garcia on the South side of Lake Chapala.

I did some checking and found some responses about the fire on the Chapala Web Board which you can access from my site at


This is the best of about 5 or 6 responses. Apparently this started yesterday or this morning early.…


Added by Sid Grosvenor on May 15, 2011 at 12:59pm — 2 Comments

Sending Emails to People


You can't send emails to people from within this site. You may send them messages by clicking on the inbox link in the sign in box, top right. When the page opens, there will be a "Compose" link. Click on that and a message box will open.


You may also send a message to people by clicking on their photo. If you scroll below their photo in the left column, there will be a "Send Message" link.


If you are in a group, you may email everyone in that group.…


Added by George Puckett on May 14, 2011 at 11:55pm — No Comments

Photos, destination pages and travel guide

A few weeks ago we traveled to Hidalgo, a very nice state in Central Mexico. We are adding articles and pictures as well as hotel and restaurant recommendations to our website. Check out Huasca, Hidalgo at

Added by Mexico Guru on May 14, 2011 at 7:33pm — No Comments

Living in Los Cabos: Going to PROFECO

Living in Los Cabos: Going to PROFECO



Now this may end up being one of my more important blogs: how to use Mexico’s Consumer Protection Agency. If you got roped into a time share or ripped off at the restaurant, these are the people who can help. And so far I’m liking my experience with them…


Added by Carol Billups on May 13, 2011 at 2:33pm — No Comments

A little permaculture farm and artist's retreat center...

I would like to introduce you to the place I live near Patzcuaro. 

The Bosque Village is in the middle of a forest and we welcome visitors from all over the world!

Read more about it here:


-Brian Fey

Added by Brian Fey on May 11, 2011 at 7:31am — No Comments

Living in Los Cabos: Oaxacan Market

Living in Los Cabos: Oaxacan Market


Once a year these vendors from the southern state of Oaxaca (pronounced WAH-HAH-KAH) come to Cabo to sell their wares. Brightly colored hand-embroidered clothing, shoes, accessories and jewelry are the majority of offerings, but there is also food and sometimes music. A fun few hours. This year they’re set…


Added by Carol Billups on May 7, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments

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