Since we launched the Expat Guide to Living in Mexico last September, we’ve been fortunate to profile the lives of expats living in Puerto Vallarta, Guadalajara, Lake Chapala, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Cancún, Pátzcuaro and Mazatlán. Has your Mexico hometown been featured on Expats In Mexico?
For those of you who live in other expat communities like Los Cabos, Ensenada, Oaxaca, Mexico City, Mérida and the many other interesting places in Mexico where expats reside, the answer is no. But we would like to change that. If you live in a city that has not been profiled on Expats In Mexico, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and share with us a little about yourself. We’re interested in your lives (most all expats have fascinating back stories) and your take on what life is like living in Mexico and your Mexico hometown. If you’re a little shy, you may have a friend that you could recommend.
Our “Hometown Series” is written to provide expats living in Mexico with a taste of life in other parts of the country. Aspiring expats in the U.S., Canada and many other countries also want to know which Mexican city might be a good location for them as they plan their move to Mexico. These city-focused articles provide a window into daily life in hometowns throughout Mexico and deliver lots of great information on cost of living, homes, culture, history, lifestyle and much more.
All of our “Hometown Series” articles are featured on our YouTube channel in edited video versions. Take for example our recent interview with David Huff in Ajijic. The video interview was posted on YouTube three weeks ago and already has received nearly 3,000 views. Altogether, our Expats In Mexico “Hometown Series” video interviews have been viewed about 23,000 times to date.
Upcoming in the next several months we’ll feature expats living on the Oaxaca coast in Puerto Escondido, San Luis Potosi and Acapulco. If you live in other areas of Mexico that we have not featured, especially the cities listed above, please get in touch with us. The next “Hometown Series” story might be yours!