I have lived in both the US and México. I am familiar with both cultures and languages. I now reside in Philadelphia, PA, but I lived over 4 years in the mountain town of Coatepec, Veracruz. I have traveled extensibly (with and without kids) throughout Mexico and can answer to general questions on culture, travel, people, etc.
Mexican National with experience as a guide for professional architects from the US and Worldwide. Extensive travel through Mexico with and without kids.
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It gives me a chance to help people learn about my home country and have a great experience visiting it and enjoying both its beauty and its peoples.
Everyday I learn more about Mexico. We keep traveling and studying the everchanging culture and landscape!
Mexico is many different experiences in one, there is an enormous diversity physical and social, and it would take a lifetime to get to know it even on the surface. Be it jungle, desert, beach or mountain, five star/boutique hotels or adventure travel, there is something for everyone.
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There are a lot of places you can live in Chapala without a car. There is always plenty of public transportation and taxis. Find a friend that can help you drive down, and that friend can bring back the
Probably the option would be flying. Depends on where in Mexico?
Hermosillo is not very interesting and closed socially. Tuxtla Gutierrez is ugly, unsafe and just a border kind of city. Not a very interesting, pretty or clean city. I am unsure what you might be looking
To go to live or to go visit? Veracruz is very Caribbean culturally. The three are very unsafe right now. Saltillo is very unfriendly socially. Guadalajara is very big, very urban, very cultural.
I have never done this trip, but it is full of motorhomes that come from the US all the way in Cabo, so it must be very easy to get there. There are no big mountains, so it shouldn't be too curvy or steep
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