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John Pint, Author at Expats In Mexico

John Pint

John Pint
Writer John Pint lives with his wife Susy on the outskirts of Guadalajara’s Bosque de la Primavera, a beautiful pine and oak forest that covers more than 139 square miles. Known as “Guadalajara’s lungs,” it was declared a Protected Area and Wildlife Refuge in 1980 to save it from developers. John and Susy are co-authors of the Outdoors in Western Mexico books, which describe great sites for hiking, camping or picnicking.
La Canada lago in Chiapas Mexico

The Lagunas de Montebello Are Jewels in Chiapas  

The Lagunas de Montebello are jewels in Chiapas, famed for their subtle hues of turquoise, azure and emerald green. They’re located near the border...
Forest on the fringe of Guadalajara, Mexico

Guadalajara Is on Mother Nature’s Doorstep

Many cities in the world end gradually, petering off into suburbs followed, in turn, by a never-ending succession of small towns. Guadalajara, instead, ends...
Teaching English in Mexico

How Expats Can Help Mexicans Improve Their English

If you have moved to Mexico from the United States or Canada, you will frequently find Mexicans who are delighted for a chance to...
La Maltaraña estate at Lake Chapala, Mexico

Lake Chapala’s Hacienda La Maltaraña  

Some time ago, John Keeling, the head of the Lake Chapala Birding Club, mentioned to me that his hobby had brought him to the...
Artisan working in San Lucas, Mexico

The Talented Molcajete Makers of San Lucas

La Laguna de Cajititlán is a little lake located just 12 km due north of Lake Chapala. The villages around its shores are quite...