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It's Cyber Monday and we have 2 books available for fr*ee downloading. Follow the links below to the respective Sales Pages. If you are of a mind to do so, plase click on Like and write a review if you have the time.
Interviews sales page http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AA3PB1U/
Mexico-Medical/Dental Tourism …Continue
Added by George Puckett on November 26, 2012 at 4:22am — No Comments
Make your honeymoon special and memorable with the best Honeymoons in Riviera Maya packages. A beautiful heavenly island, Riviera Maya offers you the most exceptional natural beauty which mesmerizes your senses completely.
The turquoise blue water and the soft white sand on the beach is another attraction of the island which draws a number of tourists towards its natural beauty. The island has a huge…
Added by Tatiana Valdez on November 6, 2012 at 11:19pm — No Comments
We're having Free download days for my new book, Mexico-Medical/Dental Tourism from 11/03 Last chance for a free download is tomorrow, Today 11/05 at midnight.
What is "Medical Dental Tourism?"
That's what this book is all about, “the what…Continue
Added by George Puckett on November 5, 2012 at 5:22am — No Comments
For your purchasing decision, here are some of the reviews of, Become an Expatriate-Retire to Sonora, Mexico.
Added by George Puckett on October 31, 2012 at 7:32am — No Comments
In my new book, we are exploring different places to retire in Mexico. In this volume we visit the State of Sonora in the Northwestern part of the country. Sonora is the second largest state in Mexico.
There are four major retirement areas in Sonora. They are, Kino Bay, San Carlos, Alamos and Puerto Penasco or Rocky Point. Each community has its own appeal. Fishing is a major attraction in all four areas with Alamos the only community not on the Sea of…
Added by George Puckett on October 26, 2012 at 7:53pm — No Comments
Keep in mind that this is only a sampling of the subscribers currently on board. Many locations are still open. The first subscriber in each location gets the…Continue
Added by George Puckett on October 16, 2012 at 8:11am — No Comments
Today only you can download the book, "American and Canadian Expatriate Writings on Mexico" for Fr*ee. Go to, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009DB65QA/. Proceed as though you're purchasing the book. Observe that the price shown on the page is 0.00. Go for it and remember, all articles are by our members.
We need reviews and likes. No time? YOU CAN RETURN LATER TO…Continue
Added by George Puckett on October 13, 2012 at 2:23am — No Comments
Something you just don’t think about when you’re moving to Cabo is how you will vote. As a US citizen you retain the right to vote in federal elections no matter where you live. How does that work? There are a couple of ways….
Added by Carol Billups on October 5, 2012 at 11:05am — No Comments
I was asked about the emergency phone numbers here in Cabo, so as usual I’ll blog the answer. Yes, we have emergency numbers and no, they’re not the same as in the US.
First and most important is 066. This is the Mexican equivalent…Continue
Added by Carol Billups on October 4, 2012 at 2:00pm — No Comments
A new CCIE (Training and Statistics Section) will be introduced at the AMPI Congreso in Guadalajara, later this month. The new course, “Mexico From A to Z” was formerly NAR’s course “Doing Business in Mexico.” Linda Neil PIC (Mexico) ABR, CIPS, TRC and Mercy Duenas of Guadalajara will be co- presenters. Mercy’s husband former President of AMPI and Linda Neil were co-authors of the original NAR course. The new AMPI course has been overhauled and updated.
There is still time to…Continue
Added by John K. Glaab, CIPS on October 1, 2012 at 8:24am — No Comments
Here's another review of Baja Diaries-Chronicles of a Paradise Lost:
Added by George Puckett on September 30, 2012 at 3:52am — No Comments
Someone wrote a very flattering review of my book and I just have to share it. It appeared on the sales page on yesterday when I noticed that there were six reviews instead of five.
I feel that I must write a disclaimer: I don't know the author of this review. If I did, I would put him in my will. As you will see, it's very flattering.
Added by George Puckett on September 29, 2012 at 3:01am — No Comments
Is There Anything Better than Fr*ee?
Download my book for Fr*ee from September 28th thru October 2nd. Follow this link, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008YE9TV0. No Kindle! No problem. There is a link in the green order box, just above the "Give as a Gift" Link. Get your…Continue
Added by George Puckett on September 28, 2012 at 12:25am — No Comments
Added by John K. Glaab, CIPS on September 27, 2012 at 2:42pm — No Comments
San Miguel de Allende was the location of two successful real estate events, last week. Day one was sponsored by AMAR (Retirement Community Association). Javier Gove made the key note speech to an audience of over 80. Among those attending were architects, investors, developers, some from the medical and related industries (I sat next to the Head of Nutrition from The University of Nuevo Leon.) and a small group of REALTORS®…Continue
Added by John K. Glaab, CIPS on September 24, 2012 at 11:43am — No Comments
Today’s Expatriates in Mexico
Expatriates All-Americans, Canadians, British, Spanish and…
The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) has announced the addition of six new Instructors to its faculty. Among them, Linda Neil of AMPI Los Cabos. Please see the list below:
NEW CIPS Instructors
Please welcome our newest CIPS Instructors. We are very excited to have you as part of the…Continue
I’m usually blogging about life in Cabo and all the questions people have when they’re thinking of moving to Cabo San Lucas, or anywhere in Mexico. But once in a while I can’t help myself and have to write about real estate trends. This would be one of those…Continue
So what's the Buzz…Continue
Living in Los Cabos: Tajin
So Jen, this is for you. But! Others may be interested. So here’s the scoop on Tajin. Tajin is like the salt of Mexico. It’s a blend of salt, pepper (chile), and other spices and it’s used on just about everything. For certain you will see it on fruits and vegetables. A very popular version of crudités is to cut the jicama, cucumber and carrot, then chill and sprinkle Tajin on the top. You can also use it to season just about anything. Think of it…Continue
Added by Carol Billups on September 6, 2012 at 3:09pm — No Comments