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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.
Main plaza of Ajijic

Learn All About Living in Lake Chapala

Michael Nuschke, a Canadian from Halifax, Nova Scotia, knows a thing or two about moving and adjusting to new places. His U.S. Air Force...
Street scene in Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico Tops Other Latin American Countries for Quality of Life  

A new report by Numbeo finds that Mexico tops other Latin American countries for quality of life, and ranks in the top 25 percent...
Banderas Bay in Puerto Vallarta

Loving Early Retirement in Puerto Vallarta   

One of the great benefits of a much lower cost of living in Mexico is the opportunity to retire early. International globe trotters Wayne...
Popocatepetl volcano

Our New EIM Survey 2022 for Expats in Mexico

Feliz Año Nuevo to all of you and muchas gracias for being part of our Expats In Mexico community. We are kicking off the...
Financial center

New Survey Shows Expats Love Mexico City

A new survey shows expats love Mexico City, ranking it 8th out of 57 cities in the InterNations study, “The Best and Worst Cities...
Santa Ana church, Merida in Mexico

Starting a Medical Tourism Business in the Safest City in Mexico  

As an army brat, Wes Jacobs knew a lot about living in foreign cultures, so after his military commitment was over in 2019 he...
Couple watching the sunset on the beach

INEGI Says There Are More Expats Living in Mexico

Less than eight months ago we reported that the expat population in Mexico was just over 1.1 million, based on the initial 2020 census...
paradise beach in Tulum

How Expat Friendly is Tulum?

Tulum is a well-traveled hotspot for vacationers in Mexico, but how expat friendly is Tulum? According to one of the top realtors in Tulum,...
Day of the Dead in La Paz, Mexico

Expats In Mexico Celebrates Cinco Años

Today, Mexico’s Independence Day, we are celebrating the 211 years since Father Hidalgo, a Catholic priest in the tiny town of Dolores, Guanajuato, inspired...
Woman working at home with a laptop

Report Shows Expats in Mexico Love Working Remotely

The key focus of The Future of Working Abroad report – extracted from the Expat Insider 2021 Survey conducted earlier this year by Munich,...