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John Harvey Williams

John Harvey Williams
John Harvey Williams has lived and worked in Mexico since 1984 and has owned and operated four real estate brokerages, one boutique hotel in Mexico City, a large insurance brokerage and an import/export business. He is a co-owner of http://www.realestateoaxaca.com Real Estate Oaxaca in Oaxaca City. John can be reached at reohm2015@gmail.com.
Beautiful ladys celebrating Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe

A Few Things You Should Know About Oaxaca  

If you will be visiting this winter, there are a few things you should know about Oaxaca. First, the city continues to be almost...
Huatulco Harbor in Oaxaca

Oaxaca Is Still Not Out of the COVID-19 Woods

I am now back in Puerto Escondido after nearly two weeks visiting family and friends in Texas and spending a week in Oaxaca de...
Playa el Rinconcito

More North Americans Are Settling Down in Oaxaca  

Hola, everyone. I am still in Puerto Escondido on the Oaxacan Pacific coast where I am finding that more North Americans are settling down...

Life Goes on During the Pandemic in Oaxaca

Life goes on during the pandemic in Oaxaca, but it was a very strange Covid Christmas and New Year’s in Mexico. I was fortunate...
Streets of colonial town

Things Are Looking Up in Oaxaca  

Things are looking up in Oaxaca.  I had only been back in Puerto Escondido for about 48 hours after my recent trip to the...
Parroquia Archangel church

Traveling in a Time of Pandemic

I am happy to report that traveling in a time of pandemic is still possible. We left Oaxaca City by car for San Miguel...
Friends and dogs at Zipolite beach during the sunset in Oaxaca, Mexico

April in Puerto Escondido

My partner and I were fortunate to be able to spend all of April in Puerto Escondido during the first phase of the Oaxaca...
Cacaluta beach in Oaxaca

Hunkering Down at the Beach in Oaxaca

Hello to everybody at Expats in Mexico.  I just arrived with my partner in Puerto Escondido where we will be hunkering down at the...
San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico

One of Mexico’s Treasures: San Cristóbal de las Casas

In my last blog, I shared part one of my recent trip from Oaxaca to Reynosa, Tamaulipas by way of Chiapas and Veracruz. Today,...
Uxtla Gutierez, Chiapas, Mexico

My Summer Vacation in the South of Mexico

My summer vacation in the south of Mexico this year followed a rather circuitous route.  I left Oaxaca City in my trusty 1995 Silver...