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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.
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Take the Expats In Mexico Survey 2021  

It’s January and time once again for our annual EIM survey. This year, our study focuses on moving to Mexico. For all of you...
Sailboats La Paz, Mexico

Will 2021 Be a Better Year than 2020?  

Will 2021 be a better year than 2020? It wouldn’t take much to surpass the abysmal year most of us have just struggled through....
Benito Juarez Monument

2020 Social Progress Index Shows Mexico in the Top 40 Percent

The 2020 Social Progress Index shows Mexico in the top 40 percent of 163 countries studied globally. The index is the most comprehensive measure...
Mérida

Hopping Continents for Years Before Landing in Mérida

Thilini Wijesinhe loves to travel. Born and raised in Sri Lanka, this inveterate traveler has been hopping continents for years before finally landing in...
Beach in Ensenada

This Spanish Expat Found His Perfect Place in Ensenada

Ivan Sanchis was looking for a teaching job that would allow him to settle down in a place with a Mediterranean climate similar to...
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...
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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...
Playa del Carmen beach palm trees in Riviera Maya Caribbean of Mexico

Fleeing Canadian Winters for Playa del Carmen

After fleeing Canadian winters for Playa del Carmen on Mexico's Riviera Maya late last year, Scott Walters faced tragedy once again.Walters, 59, lost his...
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...
walkway lake Chapala

An Expat Tale of Two Cities

This is an expat tale of two cities. International management consultant and author Julie Galosy spanned the globe providing consulting services to major corporations....