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Organic Farms retire in mexico Unraveling The Mysteries Retire in Mexico Guidebook Mexico: The Trick is Living Here All Travelers To Mexico Should Have This Guide

WWOOF Latin America

Retire In Luxury For Pennies

Unraveling The Mysteries Of Moving To Costa Rica

Live or Retire in Mexico: A Practical, Detailed Guide

Medical Tourism South

South America Borders  

South America Borders



LINKING INDEPENDENT TRAVELLERS WITH ORGANIC FARMS

Volunteering on Organic Farms
Is a free Social Network for those interested in WWOOFing and volunteering in Latin America. Here you can link to the websites of the countries with WWOOF organizations in Latin America. Each country's WWOOF organization will either send you a list of farms or give you access to the list on-line so you can then contact the organic farms. To get the farm lists you will need to join each country's WWOOF organization. WWOOF Latin America is the website that links to all the national WWOOF organizations in Latin America and lets you communicate with fellow WWOOFers.


WWOOF Latin America - Volunteering on Organic Farms



RETIRE IN LUXURY FOR PENNIES 2012 EDITION


Retiring In Mexico

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  • Say goodbye to cold, gray, dreary weather -- even in the winter.
  • Live in a spacious, modern home overlooking a sun-drenched tropical beach.
  • Swim in crystal-clear water that stays warm all year 'round.
  • Leave the stress behind, and enjoy a laid-back lifestyle.
  • Walk on powdery, white sandy beaches with palm trees swaying in the breeze.
  • All while enjoying the conveniences of modern life: Like Dairy Queen, Walmart, Sam's, Internet service, fine restaurants, concerts, museums, and more... oh, so much more! The people of Mexico routinely treat strangers with warmth and curiosity. The people here seem to have the ability to enjoy life, be more hospitable, more respectful of their fellow man.

UNRAVELING THE MYSTERIES OF MOVING TO COSTA RICA

Unraveling The Mysteries

Part One tells our story: The Mainers Move to Costa Rica. Peek into our lives as we have the idea to move, investigate it, then really do it. Some funny stories, lots of practical advice.

I call Part Two The Ins and Outs of Shipping and it answers the complete question "What about your stuff?" We look at whether to ship, what to ship, and how to ship. Gain the benefit of our mistakes and my experience helping countless clients move here.

Part Three, cleverly named More Useful Stuff is filled with, you guessed it, useful stuff – research and resources, advice on how to choose a place to live, sample budgets, a "reality check" on whether this move makes sense for you, and finally a few stories from folks who moved here and then went back.

HOW TO WORK, LIVE, OR RETIRE IN MEXICO - A PRACTICAL, DETAILED GUIDE

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The third edition of Mexico: The Trick is Living Here includes information about the cost of living, driving in Mexico, health care, culture shock, and doing paperwork in Mexico, among other things. Also, over the years I have gotten questions about bringing pets to Mexico, so I added a new section into the third edition (it's not that I mind answering emails, but it's nice to have the information available to my readers.) Many of my readers are Canadian, so I include sections just for Canadian snow birds looking to live in Mexico. Most importantly, the visa information is fully updated according to Mexico's new immigration laws, which came into effect in November 2012.


For Those Who Want To Work, Live, And Retire In Mexico



GUIDE TO MEDICAL CARE IN MEXICO


All Travelers To Mexico Should Have This Guide
All Travelers To Mexico Should Have This Guide

If you are seeking affordable medical treatment as a medical tourist.

  • If you are living in Mexico, or planning to retire there.
  • If you are a traveler to Mexico.
    This book is a comprehensive guide to the medical system in Mexico. It has been carefully researched and written by award-winning author, M.R. Paxson. At only $19.95, this is a tremendous value, especially when you consider that—
    Approximately 25% of all travelers worldwide must seek medical attention.
    Questions about finding the best medical care dominate expat user forums.
    • Why is medical care more affordable in Mexico?
    • Will Medicare cover me in Mexico?
    • How are hospitals and medical treatment different?
    • What do I need to do in an emergency?
    • How can I find an English-speaking doctor in Mexico?
    • Will my insurance from my job cover me during my visit to Mexico?
    • Will I be able to get quality pharmaceuticals?

VIAJE A CUSCO Y MACHU PICCHU A PRECIOS DE RISA

South America Borders
South America Borders

180 pages  on more than 40 crossings throughout South America that:

Ttalk you through the exact pathways and steps from one side of the border to the other.
Explain what documentation you need and where to find the consulate.
Noted warnings or localized differences of particular crossings. 
Plan ahead with our cross reference tables by transportation type, visa/cost comparisons, and crossing time planner.

Watch videos to get a close-up view of the crossing or the immediate terrain.
Get a birds-eye view of the crossing route with our USGS maps.






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