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My husband and I have travelled extensively within mainland Mexico for over 15 years. We prefer quiet, locally owned accomodations over resorts. Once we retired, we spent 6 years RVing in Mexico during the winters, travelling along the coastlines and inland. We love the people, the climate and the culture, and we are still working hard at our Spanish. We now live in Zihuatanejo during the winters, and in Canada during the summers.

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Due to our extensive travel and our many wonderful experiences, I have published a book so that others may share what we have experienced. You can learn about my book at www.livingthedreaminmexico.com

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I was a teacher in Winnipeg for many years. I hold several degrees in music and in education, and was fortunate to have a wonderful career not only as a teacher, but also as a classical musician. I marvel at how very different my life is now.

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Recent Answers from Linda Leonard

2016-11-30 Chiropractic in Puerta Vallarta:

In order to be in Mexico more than the 180 days which are allowed on a tourist card, you must apply for "temporary residency".  Your immigration status in Mexico has nothing to do with citizenship.  You

2016-11-30 Chiropractic in Puerta Vallarta:

Hi Dr. Dale,       I believe a chiropractic business could do quite well.  Here in Mexico, most help of that nature is provided by a medical doctor who has a specialty in chiropractic.  I have yet to find

2014-10-31 Zihuatanejo:

Hi Sharon,    Since we are from Manitoba and Sask is so close, I feel like I have just had a "touch of home"!  Well to start with, there aren't many all-inclusives in Zihua.  Pretty close to AI's would

2013-11-11 advice:

This is a very difficult question, because everyone's perceptions are different.  Guadalajara is a huge city...just like any other huge city.  Saltillo is much smaller and quite industrial, and is located

2013-02-25 copper canyon via train:

Copper Canyon is the last location on our "to visit" list, so I can't give you any 1st hand information at this time.  Maybe next year we will do that trip.  I would advise you to really do your homework

 

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