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Robert Nelson

Robert Nelson
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Founder and co-owner of Expats In Mexico with his wife Felice, Bob blogs, edits and writes content that covers a wide variety of topics of interest to expats living in Mexico and aspiring expats who are planning a move to the country. Email: info@expatsinmexico.com.
Puerto Vallarta

The Stars Dimmed Over Puerto Vallarta Last Week

The stars dimmed over Puerto Vallarta last week as Vallarta’s best friend left earth.Everyone who knew Maria O’Connor – and almost every expat in...
Calculating budget

Expats in Mexico Are Living Well on Less

As a follow-up to our cost-of-living article in July, we asked our readers last month to tell us how much you budget each month...
Maya Aluxin Dolls Amealco, Querétaro

The Self-Proclaimed Doll Capital of Mexico

I first found these Maya “Smurf” dolls at the Doll Museum in Amealco, Querétaro, the self-proclaimed doll capital of Mexico. I was there way...
Mexican folkloric ballet in Puerto Vallarta

Four Years Ago Today We Launched Expats In Mexico

My how time flies. It’s been 210 years since Father Hidalgo, a Catholic priest in the tiny town of Dolores, Guanajuato, inspired the people...
Ballot box with an American flag

Are You Ready to Vote in the U.S. Election?

In less than eight weeks, America will choose a new president to lead the country for the next four years. Are you ready to...
beach

Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer

For those of you old enough to remember, the inimitable Nat King Cole had a hit in the summer of 1963 called, “Those Lazy,...
Beautiful ladys celebrating Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe

Oaxaca Ranks as the Best City in the World  

Mexico scores an embarrassment of riches in this year’s “Top 25 Cities in the World” list chosen by the readers of the upscale travel...
main square church

Paradise in the Age of Lockdown

I, as well as the thousands of other expats living in Puerto Vallarta, truly believe that we have the good fortune to be living...
beach overlook

New Expats In Mexico Features and Voices

Lockdown lethargy has all of us voraciously consuming new media content as we wait out the subsidence of the global pandemic. That’s why we’re...
coast

The Eerie Solitude of Puerto Vallarta

The eerie solitude of Puerto Vallarta, and the rest of Mexico, is a chilling reflection of a world under siege by a pandemic. Just...