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Alfonso Roman
Alfonso Roman

Make It Legal

Alfonso Roman has been practicing law in Mexico for over 13 years. He is a partner with GLZ Abogados, which has offices in the Riviera Maya, Mexico City and Querétaro.

 

 

Leigh Thelmadatter at Expats In Mexico
Leigh Thelmadatter

Creative Hands of Mexico

Leigh Thelmadatter has lived in central Mexico for 17 years. Initially, she came to teach English, but fell in love with the land and the culture, so she did what any good writer does… document. With her photographer-husband Alejandro Linares Garcia, she has traveled extensively in the country, with the purpose of putting information not before available online or in English. Her work has culminated so far in the blog Creative Hands of Mexico and her first book, Mexican Cartonería: Paper, Paste and Fiesta (Schiffer 2019). She also is a cultural correspondent for Mexico News Daily and does freelance writing.

 

Maria O'Connor Expats In Mexico Blogger
Maria O’Connor

These Three Walls

After living in Puerto Vallarta for nearly three decades, Maria O’Connor knows a thing or two about Mexico lifestyles. Her blog is all about Mexican culture, things to do and see and much, much more. Maria is an attorney who provides legal counsel to the PV real estate industry. Email: maria@tropicasa.com

 

Judy King at Lake Chapala, Mexico
Judy King

Living at Lake Chapala

Judy King has been answering questions and helping newcomers adjust to Living at Lake Chapala for nearly 30 years. After 12-year shifts as a real estate broker and later publisher of an online magazine, she eased into retirement editing a print magazine, serving as a reporter/columnist for the Guadalajara Reporter and releasing her book, “Living at Lake Chapala.”

 

Keith Paulson-Thorp Mérida, Mexico
Keith Paulson-Thorp

Mérida and Me

Lifestyle blogger Keith Paulson-Thorp is a retired professor and church musician who lives in beautiful Mérida.
He plays with local chamber music groups and with the Orquesta Sinfonica de Yucatán. “Dr. Keith” taught at Valparaiso University, the University of Louisiana, and the University of Miami’s Osher Lifelong-Learning Center. He also was music director at large churches in Houston, Palm Beach and at the famous Old Mission Santa Barbara in California. Email: KikiPT@aol.com

 

Mitch Keenan
Mitch Keenan

Miguel’s Mexico

Mitch Keenan is a long-time real estate professional in Mérida who knows the Yucatán market better than almost anyone in the area. He is well-known as a pioneer in marketing real estate online in Mexico and has operated Mexico International Real Estate for over two decades. Mitch began his career in real estate in 1988 in the U.S. You can reach him at miguelsmexico@gmail.com

 

Michael Kavanaugh Ajijic, Mexico
Michael Kavanaugh

Orilla del Lago

Michael owns and operates Continental Realty in Ajijic. He is from Michigan but spent his high school years in Los Angeles before serving in the U.S. Army during the Viet Nam War. He holds a Ph.D. in Administration and Educational Leadership from the University of Alabama and operated a very successful interior fabrics store and decorating business in Tuscaloosa, Alabama for 25 years. Michael and his family moved to Ajijic in 2007 and has been a real estate broker since 2010. He can be reached at info@continentalajijic.com.

 

Debbie Vorachen
Debbie Vorachen

Fitting Into Mexico

Debbie Vorachen is a cross-cultural coach and anthropologist who moved to Mexico several years ago from the Netherlands to start a business advising and coaching people who want to live and work in Mexico. She also teaches Spanish and has a passion for people, cultures and travel. You can reach her at ahoritaya@outlook.com and read more from Debbie at Ahoritaya.com.

 

Monica Rix Paxson, author in Cuernavaca, Mexico
Monica Rix Paxson

Medical Care in Mexico & More

Monica Rix Paxson is a science and medical researcher and the author of the 4th edition of The English Speaker’s Guide to Medical Care in Mexico. She has appeared on CNN, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning and the BBC. Her book is available in print, ebook and pdf formats at Medical Care in Mexico.

 

Sam Martin outside of Mexico City, Mexico
Sam Martin

Prickly Pear

Prickly Pears is about all aspects of life in Mexico City through the eyes of Londoner Sam Martin. Sam teaches business English in a number of national and international firms, which provides him with insights into Mexican corporate culture and Mexican attitudes toward business, politics and society

 

Rocio Carvajal
Rocio Carvajal

With Salsa Por Favor!

Rocio Carvajal is a U.K.-based food researcher, cook, author and editor of the online magazine Sabor!

 

 

 

Spencer McMullen, Guadalajara attorney
Spencer McMullen

Legal Adventures in Mexico

Spencer McMullen is an attorney with offices in Guadalajara and Chapala.

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