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Mexico Living - Retiring On A Shoe String Budget

Mexico Living - Retiring On A Shoe String Budget By JR Nolds Imagine being able to retire on a shoestring budget in the 21st Century! Where can you do that? In Mexico. If you're a baby-boomer and you remember how great it was to be part of the financially

A Life of Wellness and Wealthiness in Mexico

A wealthy life is a long and functional life. In everything we do, we seek to improve the quality of the waking moments we spend interacting with and living as a part of an ever-changing reality. Our wealth is the subjective evaluation we make in every

The Day of the Dead a Mexican Tradition

Rosarito Beach Hotel celebrates a Mexican tradition : http://www.rosaritobeachhotel.com/events/content/farmers_market_en.html Dia de Los Muertos ...The Mexican Day of the Dead The festive period begins on the night of October 31 and continues through

The Mexico Medical Boom Is Coming

There was a residential tourism study about 5 years ago in which the economist predicted that if Panama was to have an estimated 30,000 retirees to move in, which is about 1% of its total population, the country would get a foreign investment higher than

Mexico's big hope: get 5 million U.S. retirees

Posted on Sat, Apr. 17, 2010 Mexico's big hope: get 5 million U.S. retirees BY ANDRES OPPENHEIMER aoppenheimer@MiamiHerald.com M EXICO CITY -- Mexico is silently working on proposals aimed at drawing millions of U.S. retirees to this country, which

The 2010 Renaissance: Tijuana/Baja California

By Linda Created 03/21/2010 - 1:39pm Topic: The New Version Of Tijuana Author: Dr. Elinor Garely, eTN Upload Image: Article Image Description: L.A. Cetto / Image via ensenada-baja-vacations.com “Why go there? You’ll find no one but drug lords

As U.S. health row rages, many seek care in Mexico

NACO, Mexico (Reuters) - Retired police officer Bob Ritz has health insurance that covers his medical and dental care in the United States. But every few months he drives from his home in Tombstone, Arizona, to this small town in northern Mexico to avoid

Health-care challenged Californians flocking to Mexico

The pharmacy business in Tijuana is still booming, despite crackdowns by the state to weed out illegitimate operators. - John Gibbins / Union-Tribune TIJUANA — About 1 million adult Californians seek health care in Mexico each year – and that