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Robert Nelson

Robert Nelson
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.

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...
Sign that says "Changes"

Something New Is Coming to Expats In Mexico on April 1

Something new is coming to Expats In Mexico on April 1 and it is not a prank or practical joke on April Fool’s Day....
Golden bullets

Personal Safety Perceptions of Expats in Mexico

Our Expats In Mexico Survey 2020, which launches today with this blog, will focus on the personal safety perceptions of expats in Mexico. We...
Hospicio Cabanas

Mexico Bolsters Its Reputation as an Inexpensive Country for Expats

Numbeo, the crowd-sourced cost-of-living data company, just released its annual Cost of Living Index by City 2020 study that shows Mexico bolsters its reputation...
Mexican Flag with fireworks

EIM Is Celebrating the New Year with Lots of New Content

We’re ringing out the old decade and welcoming the new at Expats In Mexico by celebrating the New Year with lots of new content...
Puerto Vallarta street view

How Puerto Vallarta Has Changed

It’s been nearly seven weeks since the three amigos rolled into Vallarta in our little red bug. I recounted the journey in my last...
Military day parade in Mexico City, Mexico

Top Prize in the Expats In Mexico Photo Contest Goes to Tampico Expat

The top prize in the Expats In Mexico photo contest goes to Tampico expat Jason Boren with his stunning photo of a young girl...
Puerto Vallarta street view

After 2,000 Miles to Puerto Vallarta, It’s the Destination, Not the Journey

Ralph Waldo Emerson famously quoted: “It’s not the destination, it’s the journey.” But after 2,000 miles by car to Puerto Vallarta last week, it’s...

On the Brink of Moving to Mexico

Yes, we’re on the brink of moving to Mexico…again. After returning to California’s Bay Area over 10 years ago, Felice, our German Shepherd Scout...
The Day of the Dead in Mexico City, Mexico

EIM Celebrates Third Anniversary With I Love Mexico Photo Contest

We’re kicking off our third anniversary with an I Love Mexico Photo Contest that starts today, September 16th, Mexico’s Independence Day and the day...