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May 2008 - Posts

Mexico- Expats Pack Up and Move to Mexico?

Objective news regarding Mexico Real Estate By MoveMike Could You Pack Up And Move? In March I posted about Ex-Pats In Mexico . No one knows how many citizens of the U.S. have moved to Mexico, "howerver, combining host-country with US census information,
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EVERYTHING you want to know about Baja California

This is a good resource link pertaining to Baja and things to do. Keep these Handy. www.rosaritotowncrier.com Great Video on Safety http://www.travbuddy.com/videos_display.php?vid=2227
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Rosarito Negative News does not Deter Tourist

Ever looked up the word deter? Well I did and here is what it says: Deter: to discourage somebody from taking action or prevent something from happening, especially by making somebody feel afraid or anxious. I think the press has done a pretty good job
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Puerto Vallarta Revolutionary Treatment for Prostrate Cancer Patients

Destination Medicine Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Imagine spending the afternoon after your treatment sitting pool side with your favorite book, or perhaps on the beach… Urology Health Solutions has big ideas about changing patient care. With new destination-based
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Rosarito Fabulous Things To Come!

Rosarito CVB Announces 34th Annual Mexico International Volleyball Tournament June 27, 28 & 29 The Mexico International Volleyball (MIV) Tournament, (formerly Estero Beach) is the largest beach volleyball tournament anywhere and typically hosts several
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Rosarito Fabulous Things Are Happening!

Rosarito CVB Announces 34th Annual Mexico International Volleyball Tournament June 27, 28 & 29 The Mexico International Volleyball (MIV) Tournament, (formerly Estero Beach) is the largest beach volleyball tournament anywhere and typically hosts several
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Crime in Baja a Problem? This is not for the faint of heart!

Crime in Baja a problem? Isn't it time we put things into perspective? There is crime in all countries. I am saddened by the press and the way it is trying to destroy the good people of Baja. I have xxxxx out the names in the article below to protect
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Mexican Wines and Winerys from Mexico

Don Miller from Adobe Guadalupe Inn and Vineyards is another partner of Hugo D’ Acosta. Together they team up to make high quality wine from Don and Tru Miller’s vineyards. Their Uriel 2007 Vino Rosado is a crowd-pleasing wine with a unique
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The Ultimate Event on Retirement Do not miss this seminar in a luxury resort in Cancun

Get pampered at a luxury resort Cancun is one of the easiest and fastest cities to fly to in Mexico. After all, the city was originally designed and built for tourism. It's just two hours out of Houston and 90 minutes from Miami. It's one of the
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Puerto Vallarta Luma American developed, full ownership adult community

SOURCE: Luma May 08, 2008 15:46 ETLuma Now Selling Phase One Homes in Mexico's First Beachfront Active Adult Community Puerto Vallarta Area Remains the Strongest Tourism/Real Estate Market in Mexico as Boomers Head South BURBANK, CA--(Marketwire -
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Price Reduced on Home 213 Las Ventanas Villa #6 in Puerto Nuevo

Puerto Nuevo, Rosarito - Announcing a price reduction on Home 213 Las Ventanas Villa #6, a 2,158 sq. ft., 3 bath, 3 bdrm single story. Now $499,000 USD - Priced to Sell. Property information

Price Reduced on Home 206-Las Ventanas #35 in Puerto Nuevo

Puerto Nuevo, Rosarito - Announcing a price reduction on Home 206-Las Ventanas #35, a 2,500 sq. ft., 3 bath, 4 bdrm single story "+ Guest House". Now $949,000 USD - Just Reduced Ocean Front. Property information

Retiring in Mexico - Latin American home investment

By groshan fabiola Probably the main reason why people choose to retire in Mexico is because they can stretch their retirement income. If you choose to retire in Mexico you will see that the cost of living there is quite low when you compare it to most
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Punta Mita Puerto Vallarta Sales Rise 30%

2007 Second Home Sales Rise by 30% in Punta Mita, Mexico 2007 Second Home Sales Rise by 30% in Punta Mita, MexicoPUNTA MITA, MexicoPUNTA-MITA PUNTA MITA, Mexico--(BUSINESS WIRE)-­ Despite continuing news of sluggish homes sales in the U.S., residential
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