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Mexico: tv, telephone, and internet, telmex
telmex: Benjamin I do not know what telnor is. I use telmex. If your neighbor will let you use the wireless connection that would be great. Also there are internet cafes every where and they are cheap to use. Sorry for the delay in answering your question but...

Mexico: Vacation Help!, Costa Alegre, Costalegre
Costa Alegre, Costalegre, Barra de Navidad: Hola Seth, Teotihuacán is near Mexico city, so the east coast would be closer for you. You may want to visit Veracruz on the Bay of Campeche. Sorry, but I have never been on the east side of México so cannot enlighten you further. My expertice is on...

Mexico: vacation, el dorado royale, eldorado royale
el dorado royale, eldorado royale, yucatan peninsula: Hi Linda, It is very safe to travel to Mexico, especially the Yucatan Peninsula. They ve had no reported cases of violence or flu in that area and the hotels are hopping once again. Its a wonderful location and El Dorado Royale is beautiful. You ll want...

Mexico: Working in Mexico, working in Mexico
working in Mexico: Hello Mercedes, I don t really know how far a degree in International Studies can take you, but honestly, it doesn t seem like it would be a big help. There are plenty of Mexicans with similar degrees and they have trouble finding jobs because there aren...

Mexico: border crossing, travel state gov, mississippi state police
travel state gov, mississippi state police, columbia bridge: Dear Amy, thanks so much for writing. In order to answer this question, please visit this page http://www.securitycornermexico.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=108&Itemid=91 Was the victim, three times, in the late 60s of violent crime...

Mexico: bus fare, puerto vallerta, cihuatlan
puerto vallerta, cihuatlan, vallartaonline: Dear Sharon: Thanks for writing. This question is similar to one sent to me recently by a reader by the name of Mike. If you speak Spanish try this site http://es.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080530031605AAq8Fsj In summary, it is described...

Mexico: Columbia Bridge Toll, texas toll roads, columbia bridge
texas toll roads, columbia bridge, txtag: Hi Gwenneth, first of all a small warning. Friends going back to Canada last spring and again coming down in October were hit by the same cop this side of Columbia with a speed gun saying that they were speeding. My friends were not speeding. If it happens...

Mexico: car importation, Melaque, Barra de Navidad
Melaque, Barra de Navidad, Costa Alegre: Hi Ralph, As far as I know, it is very hard to bring a vehicle into México unless you are emigrating there. I think you can keep your car in the country for a year if you have a FM-3 visa. You need an FM-1 visa for permanent residence. For more accurate...

Mexico: Driving to Cuernavaca, MX from Laredo, TX, cuernavaca mx, laredo tx
cuernavaca mx, laredo tx, monterrey: I suspect that you two have never driven in Mexico before, so I sincerely suggest you visit my site www.mexicomike.com to learn more about what to expect and how driving is different. Monterrey is a huge city with terrible traffic and I don t know why anyone...

Mexico: Expired Vehicle in Mexico, aduana mexico, frog mario
aduana mexico, frog mario, gob mx: Dear Carolyn: There is a law in Mexico that reads claiming ignorance of -in this case, customs regulations, indeed is no excuse, justification to break the .. law if this makes sense. What you wrote, I feel depicts a good picture of what may occur. Before...

Mexico: Expired Vehicle in Mexico, illegal car, automobile industry
illegal car, automobile industry, selling cars: Carolyn, It is difficult to answer you completely because like most things dealing with regulations in Mexico, solutions to problems are not always clear cut. That is why I suggested you continue talking to the Hacienda office you have already found. If...

Mexico: lodging, ticketing office, class bus
Mexico: lodging, ticketing office, class bus, central bus

Mexico: Hinde and Jamie's, jaltemba bay folk, fish tacos
jaltemba bay folk, fish tacos, congenial host: Hi Maralyn... Hinde y Jamie do take one day and night off. I think it is Sunday but sorry, I am not sure. Your question is a bit outside of my intended purpose here at All Experts, but I can guarantee you that someone will have an good answer if you...

Mexico: kids in chapala, lake chapala area, rio lerma
lake chapala area, rio lerma, jesuit school: Hi Lizanne, There are not a lot of young families, but more are moving to the area. You should contact these schools directly as I understand they are bilingual. You might also want to ask on Chapala.com for a recommendation from parents. Instituto...

Mexico: Lodging in Cozumel, vacation desires, tourist industry
vacation desires, tourist industry, kitchenette: Hello Angie, I am not able to assist you with your request as I do not specialize in apartments in Cozumel. My specialty lies more with the tourist industry and helping people find the right resort for their vacation desires and their budget. Try...

Mexico: lodging, central bus station, walking distance
central bus station, walking distance, puerto vallarta: Hola! There is no hotel within walking distance of the CENTRAL (bus station. It s north of the airport and no hotels nearby. I d suggest Hacienda Buenaventura - not too far from the bus station and relatively inexpensive. Closest would be any hotels in the...

Mexico: Puerto Vallarta bus station, Airport, bus station
Airport, bus station: Hi Judith, It s only about a mile, see map of airport and central bus station : http://vallartainfo.com/marina.html. It s best if you cross the pedestrian bridge outside the airport, and catch a yellow city taxi to get there, the fare should be 40 pesos...

Mexico: Puerto Vallarta and surroundings, sierra madre mountains, san pancho
sierra madre mountains, san pancho, yucatan peninsula: Hola Marion, I apologize for the delay in answering. I have been in a conference the past few days. There are many great, relaxing and less touristy places in the area! I will put a plug in for my son s place, Hacienda Jalisco in San Sebastian (www.haciendajalisco.com)...

Mexico: RE: PERMITS IN CANCUN, fm3 visa, gob mx
fm3 visa, gob mx, mario gonzalez: Dear Elizabeth: Thanks for writing. I assume you are from the States. English is a language spoken in Australia, many other countries, to include Europe. In any case, the best answer will come from any Mexican Embassy http://www.sre.gob.mx/acerca/directorio/embajadas/dirembajadas.htm...

Mexico: RV travel in Baja and Mexico, mainland mexico, drug cartels
mainland mexico, drug cartels, deal drugs: Hi Lynn, In our opinion, Mexico is indeed safer than the US or our home in Canada. However, as in those 2 countries, Mexico is also fighting the drug war. Having said that, I firmly believe that this issue does not affect us in Canada since we don t deal...

Mexico: the real true cost of a visa to retire, dollar exchange rate, peso to dollar exchange rate
dollar exchange rate, peso to dollar exchange rate, fm3: Hi Mare, this is the information that I received when I renewed my FM3 in Manzanillo in September of this year. The requirement is that the minimum monthly income to qualify for an FM3 is 250 times the Mexico City minimum daily wage for that year, and for...

Mexico: San Blas, San Blas, Tepic
San Blas, Tepic, Puerto Vallarta: San Blas is 230 miles by road, via Tepic, a bit less via the coast, but worse roads. A taxi would cost you a fortune. The bus TAP (http://www.tap.com.mx/) takes about 2.5 hours to Tepic, change to a San Blas bus, about an hour, probably with Transportes Norte...

Mexico: Vehicle registration, sweet mexico, vin number
sweet mexico, vin number, mexconnect: Angie, Bringing a vehicle into Mexico is covered in depth on pages 72 -76 of my book Mexico: The Trick is Living Here, available for instant download from my web site www.home-sweet-mexico.com. I ll give you a summary here to get you started. The big...

Mexico: Bus to Melaque from PV, Costalegre, Costa Alegre
Costalegre, Costa Alegre, Puerto Vallarta: Hola Kelly, We have always caught the 7:45am bus so don t know how busy the 12:30 one would be. I m sure it will be busy toward the Xmas/Newyears holidays. Yes you can make a reservation, but you would have to go the the main PV bus station to board....

Mexico: Bus travel, city cab, bus terminal
city cab, bus terminal, christmas day: I don t believe you can prebook on-line, but you could in person, with Cihuatlán. Christmas day, huh? Well you may well be in luck, because I doubt there will be many local travelers on that day. Wish I could help further, but I will definitely wish you...

Mexico: baja, baja bus, animated turtles
baja bus, animated turtles, baseball style: You take the Red Car (TJ Trolley) from the station just about a mile from the airport. That gets you to the border. Walk across the border and get a Visa (FM-T) right as you enter Mexico. They cost about $30 and you will need one if you are going as far...

Mexico: Canceling a car permit in Nuevo Laredo, immigration papers, nuevo laredo
immigration papers, nuevo laredo, banjercito: That sounds like a Christmas / Paisano Programa thing as I indicated. I imagine it will be temporary, but it is hard to say. You have to have immigration officials cancel your immigration papers. That does not sound like it is together. I would not do it....

Mexico: Cashing a U.S. check in Mexico, banco santander, personal cheque
banco santander, personal cheque, banco multiva: Hi Gerardo, My Mexican bank, Banco MultiVa, will DEPOSIT a personal cheque for me but the funds will not be available in my account for 10 days. There is a small fee. It is probably best if your family member asks her bank what their policy is. Ro...

Mexico: Chiropractic in Mexico/Puerta Vallarta, puerto vallarta tourism, chiropractic office
puerto vallarta tourism, chiropractic office, visalia ca: I am sorry but your question is outside of my expertise, as I specialize in helping people find the right vacation destination and resort. I would start with the Puerto Vallarta tourism department and see if they can point you in the right direction: www.visitpuertovallarta.com...

Mexico: car motorcycle import to mexico, aduana mexico, gob mx
aduana mexico, gob mx, ford e150: Hi Bill, I expect that there have been no changes to the law but the Government website (below) has not been updated since April of this year, 2009 www.aduanas.sat.gob.mx/aduana_mexico/2008/vehiculos/141_10039.html I suggest you contact AjijicLaw...

Mexico: Distance, puerto vallerta, etn
puerto vallerta, etn, bus schedule: You can take a bus but you would have to change in Guadalajara and go on to San Miguel. You can see the bus schedule from Vallarta to Guadalajara (ETN - best line) at www.etn.com.mx (Click on English). There s nothing on line for buses from Guadalajara to...

Mexico: Driving Directions and Border Crossing Paperwork, regular unleaded gasoline, volt air compressor
regular unleaded gasoline, volt air compressor, wet naps: Hi Vicky, Be sure your passports are up to date. I have pasted information below. Have a good trip. Driving to Mexico – General Information, and Nogales to Guadalajara Your Canadian/USA auto insurance is NOT valid in Mexico. Given enough time an agent...

Mexico: Canceling a car permit in Nuevo Laredo, christmas season, bridges
Mexico: Canceling a car permit in Nuevo Laredo, christmas season, bridges, christmas

Mexico: Chiropractic in Mexico/Puerta Vallarta, friendship club, working visa
Mexico: Chiropractic in Mexico/Puerta Vallarta, friendship club, working visa, tourist visa

Mexico: Los Ayala - Boat Tours for Children, jaltemba bay, beachfront restaurants
jaltemba bay, beachfront restaurants, attention span: Hia Lea... Jaltemba Bay is nearly totally fished out. Most fishermen head for towards the open ocean. I am not sure that children would do well in a small (but safe) boat if the seas were rough. I know that I would not. I would start by asking neighbors...

Mexico: living in PV, real estate agent, real estate agents
real estate agent, real estate agents, 5 months: Hola, Is it conceivable to find property without a real estate agent? Sure. Is it recommended. No! Especially because you are talking about property that much of is ejido property which brings tons of complications if not done correctly. There are many, many...

Mexico: Mailing letters from Mexico to the US, mail, mexico
mail, mexico, oaxaca: I m afraid not. You must use a Mexican stamp and not a stamp from a foreign country to mail a letter or card from Mexico. Even if you could use an American stamp, it would not be advisable since the mails in Mexico are rather slow, and at times unreliable,...

Mexico: nuevo vallarta, central bus station, guadalajara airport
central bus station, guadalajara airport, queretero: Hi, Coming from Guadalajara to Nuevo Vallarta is basically the same as coming to Puerto Vallarta. It is a 5 hour bus ride. Buses depart about every 2 hours (ETN) from Guadalajara to PV. You d have to get off at the PV Central Bus Station and then take a taxi...

Mexico: Is there ANY quiet place to live in Mexico?, lake chapala area, san miguel de allende
lake chapala area, san miguel de allende, northern europeans: I certainly got a chuckle from your letter, which is why I am answering it. Noise bothers me too. In my book, Live Better South of the Border, which I take it, you did not know about, I talk about noise. In fact, I think I am the only author of living in...

Mexico: Ultra Low Sulphur Diesel Availability, jornada unam mx, ultra low sulphur diesel
jornada unam mx, ultra low sulphur diesel, www jornada unam mx: One of my neighbours in Manzanillo just arrived from California with a Volkswagen Touareg 5.0-liter V10 turbodiesel. He says Diesel UBA is available everywhere in Mexico now and it has 15 parts per million sulphur. Ron Hi Bruce, I have not noticed...

Mexico: 6 month rental in the area of, toyota prius, dish tv
toyota prius, dish tv, car toyota: Hi Barbara. Many people come by plane and use the buses, but we brought our car from Texas, we have German Shepherds that travel with us. I really prefer having my car, so I can come and go as I please. But we were only in Texas, how are are you driving?...

Mexico: Bus from San Jose del Cabo airport to La Paz, baja, bus travel
baja, bus travel, peninsula executive bus: Hi Lois, I´m sorry this took so long, I am bussing my way through South America at the moment! The easist way is to take a taxi - 15 minutes or so - to the bus station in San Jose del Cabo for the Peninsula Executive bus line. Busses depart every two...

Mexico: Bus Schedules from Puorto Vallarta south and back, bara de navidad, bus co
bara de navidad, bus co, co web: Hi, I have not heard of this resort - but if it is in Barra de Navidad then the bus that goes to Manzanillo and that area departs every few hours from the corner of V. Carranza and Aquacate which is on the southside of Puerto Vallarta. It s about 2 plus hours...

Mexico: Bus Travel, mexico experts, tourism areas
mexico experts, tourism areas, bus line: I am sorry I am not familiar with the bus routes, as my expertise lies more with the major tourism areas, resorts and activities. Please try one of the other Mexico experts, such as: Tom Plattenberger. Another great resource is the website for the bus line:...

Mexico: bus from PV to Mazatlan, time of departure, bus lines
time of departure, bus lines, bus station: Buses depart from Puerto Vallarta to Mazatlan several times a day. You must go to the main bus station here in Vallarta (Called CENTRAL) which is just a bit north of the international airport. There are several bus lines that go there. It s about 10 hours...

Mexico: Cancun area, mayan area, playa del carmen
mayan area, playa del carmen, mexico border: Jay, Go on your trip and be happy!!!!! It sounds like you are going to the Riviera Mayan area south of Cancun. Having been there many times myself and selling this area for over 25 years to clients. Even when they had this same concern a few years ago,...

Mexico: Cancun area, drug cartels, border towns
drug cartels, border towns, illegal drugs: The state department recommends staying away from areas where there are drugs and prostitution. If you stay around the well visited tourist areas you should be fine. The real problems are in the border towns due to fighting within drug cartels for power....

Mexico: Cancun area, mexico safety.cancun safety
mexico safety.cancun safety: Jay, if I did not know Mexico as I do, or have as many friends of different nationalities who live in Mexico, I would also be concerned. After all, the press has been incredibly negative and the US State department did issue an advisory. That advisory did...

Mexico: Cancun Trip, pam pam, valid passport
pam pam, valid passport, quality resort: You will probably be looking for at a minimum of $700 per person for 4 - 5 days, with air for an all inclusive resort. This will be for a budget quality resort, but all your food and drink will be included. This price of course depends on where you are flying...

Mexico: Car permits overstay, resident visa, car sickness
resident visa, car sickness, crossing the border: Hi: With few days after the expiration of your permit, there is not going to be too much of a deal. By law, they will charge you a fee for each day over the expiration. I am not really sure what the fee is right now, but it shouldn t be too much. You can...

Mexico: Car Rental in Puerto Vallarta, april one, renting a car
april one, renting a car, day trip: Hola! It s common throughout Mexico for police to stop people - sometimes with reason, and once in awhile without. I am not sure why you would want to rent a car anyway unless you are going to take a day trip somewhere. Traffic is horrendous and so is the...

Mexico: car rental drop off, los cabos, europcar
los cabos, europcar, lucille: Lucille, At the risk of getting another she doesn t know her stuff rating, I would have to say that although I live in La Paz and have gone all over Baja Sur, I do not honestly know how to answer that question. It would seem so. It would seem if you rent...

Mexico: us cars impounded in mexico, mexican authorities, mexico
mexican authorities, mexico, cars: No, Mexican authorities will not contact anyone. The person that got it impounded (driver at the time) is responsible for everything- paying the fine, etc. If the car is not recovered from the impound and the permit runs out, then the permit holder has to...

Mexico: Driving through Mexico, bus tour company, tour busses
bus tour company, tour busses, immigration office: First of all, congratulations on considering driving through Mexico and also wanting to see the country. Too many people are too negative in general. Others just want to get through Mexico. I considered moving to Nicaragua once myself. I do not mean to...

Mexico: dermatology, vargas, dermatology
vargas, dermatology, email: Liv, Hi and thanks for your email. You may email me direct at pamela@healthcareresourcespv.com and as well, you can see my website at www.healthcareresourcespv.com I highly recommend Dra. Alma Vargas (dermatologist). Please email me direct for an appointment...

Mexico: driving in mexico, angangeo, Mexico City
angangeo, Mexico City, violence: David; There certainly is a drug war going on in Mexico. There has been some violence in the State of Michoacan. The violence seems to be between the drug gangs and between the military. Innocent bystanders have been caught in the middle of the problem....

Mexico: Education, address phone number, chihuahua mexico
address phone number, chihuahua mexico, globus tours: Hello Julie, I m afraid I can t help you directly with this question. I ve been to Chihuahua several times. It s a lovely town. But I have no information at all about schools there. I can pass on a couple of names that might help., though Contact Hector...

Mexico: Bus from San Jose del Cabo airport to La Paz, los cabos, executive class
Mexico: Bus from San Jose del Cabo airport to La Paz, los cabos, executive class, line bus

Mexico: Education, walmart
Mexico: Education, walmart

Mexico: OB GYN, ob gyn, manhattan
Mexico: OB GYN, ob gyn, manhattan, 10 years

Mexico: fishing, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Fishing: Go to Cabo! There are a zillion outfitters to take you on trips, do a quick look online and email one for info. Can´t imagine you would be disappointed with either, but for this focus of a trip I would definitely go to Cabo, where afficianodos live to fish!...

Mexico: flights from Oaxaca to Pto Escondido/and or Huatulco, flight availability, huatulco
flight availability, huatulco, aerotucan: Aerovega and Aerotucan both fly into Puerto E. from Oaxaca, and vice versa. Aerotucan is having computer problems so their system might say no availability. I can purchase your tickets for you, as a courtesy, if you email me at oaxacadream@hotmail.com, but...

Mexico: Healthy Insurance, etc., lake chapala society, lake chapala area
lake chapala society, lake chapala area, private health insurance: Hi Patrick, I am sorry but I cannot provide you with much information on private health care in Mexico. I carry IMSS, the Mexican Government insurance. I have never had to use it but I have friends who have had heart surgery, broken leg, skin cancer...all...

Mexico: importing a vehicle to Matzalan, Mexico, matzalan mexico, mexico auto insurance
matzalan mexico, mexico auto insurance, vehicle importation: Hi, your foreign plated vehicle is legal in Mexico as long as your FM3 or FM2 is up to date. The vehicle can remain in Mexico, even if you leave for a time. With a Tourist Visa,FMT, you must take the vehicle out of Mexico when you leave. For more information...

Mexico: Lodging in Progreso, progreso yucatan mexico, backpacker hostel
progreso yucatan mexico, backpacker hostel, allmexicohotels: Hi, Martha: There are officially 15 hotels in Progreso, Yucatán (I suppose this is the Progreso you need info on). The following website has info on all of them, prices are in US dollars http://www.allmexicohotels.com/yucatan/progreso/ The following is a...

Mexico: land travel t La Paz from Tucson, los mochis, tourist cards
los mochis, tourist cards, land travel: Jan, Getting here from Tucson is a piece of cake. We do it every time and it s WAY easier than going through San Diego. Just take the highway to Nogales. Cross the border at Nogales, pick up your tourist cards and car permits at the stop a few miles...

Mexico: looking around in Oct, Nov, lake chapala society, lake chapala area
lake chapala society, lake chapala area, car garages: Hi again, the bus is a good option. I frequently do from my home to Guadalajara, cheaper actually then paying tolls on the expressways. I find if I am driving without a navigator in a new city, it easy to get lost. The national bus companies in Mexico...

Mexico: Going to Mazatlan to Cabo San Lucas, tourism boards, airport delays
tourism boards, airport delays, san lucas: Hi, Sorry with all of the weather related airport delays lately I have not been able to get on an answer questions. As for the ferry between the two cities I know they do not have a website, however you can try the tourism boards for the two cities to...

Mexico: medical license, medical license, mexico city
medical license, mexico city, health department: Debbie, It is a very complicated and lengthy process. You would need to go through the equivalent of the Health Department here in Mexico, in Mexico City. I have a good friend who is going through the process. He is now in his 3rd year of the application...

Mexico: mexico, schools in Mexico, San Luis Potosi
schools in Mexico, San Luis Potosi, moving to Mexico: Maria, Wow! You are about to go on quite an adventure! I normally tell people that you have to do a fact-finding visit (or more than one) prior to moving, since everything in Mexico is better done face-to-face but with 3 children and one coming, that would...

Mexico: mexico puerto vallarta and more, mexico puerto vallarta, esl teacher
mexico puerto vallarta, esl teacher, cuple: Rachel, Times are tough here as well and I would definitely not count on being able to obtain a job here. If you do, as an ESL teacher pay will be very minimum. I suggest coming down and checking around but don t count on anything definite. No, one way tickets...

Mexico: Nuevo Vallarta rentals, bedroom condo, pv
bedroom condo, pv, referrals: John, If you could email me at pmt15@hotmail.com I can try and put you in touch with some people in Nuevo Vallarta who might have availability. No promises as that is one of the busiest weeks of the year and people do stick with the 7 day minimum. Thanks,...

Mexico: Oaxaca, cambridge academy, private high schools
cambridge academy, private high schools, political climate: Please address all future correspondence to oaxacadream@hotmail.com, and refresh my memory if you do, regarding your question. I don t know what the TEFL folks are, but assume it has to do with teaching English. Try Cambridge Academy, Berlitz, and other...

Mexico: OB GYN, pamela thompson, laura garcia
pamela thompson, laura garcia, c sections: Crystal, I actually operate HealthCare Resources (www.healthcareresourcespv.com) - perhaps you have read some of my articles in the local English papers. I highly recommend Dra. Laura Garcia. Bi-lingual and is much more in to natural rather than C-sections...

Mexico: Playa Del Carmen Safety, dark allies, american tourists
dark allies, american tourists, playa del carmen: No no...don t be worried! Playa del Carmen is perfectly safe. Of course you must use common sense. You wouldn t go off into dark allies or get into cars with strangers there, any more than you would here in the States. But the kidnappings, crime, etc that...

Mexico: Public School, dale hoyt palfrey, rio lerma
dale hoyt palfrey, rio lerma, jesuit school: Hi Jeff, I no longer live Lakeside, but do have a little info for you. Oak Hill School no longer exists. It was founded by Wayne C. Palfrey who is married to Dale Hoyt Palfrey a local writer, guide. I do not know the story here. The school on that site...

Mexico: progresso, yucatan, progreso
yucatan, progreso, merida: Hi Lisa... It s not often that I get such an easy question! The beach is AT the other end of the pier in Progreso. Just take the bus or whatever transportation is offered you to get to land, and then turn left on the beach. Most of the restaurants, palapas,...

Mexico: rosarito beach, rosarito beach, chapala
rosarito beach, chapala, close to the beach: Terry this is the most safe place we have ever seen. there are small villages outside of chapala and ajijic, very private and safe. I cannot speak for how it would be else where, especially the beach, we are about 3 1/2 hrs to manzanillo and 4 to pv, we...

Mexico: Spanish Elementary School in SMA, san miguel de allende, mexico
san miguel de allende, mexico: Hi Greg, I m not an expert on schools myself, but I suggest you write to Ed Clancy. He is the US Consular Agent in SMA but, more importantly, he has kids that go to school in SMA. He knows the schools and the enrollment requirements. He is always very willing...

Mexico: safety for female college age student, nurse care, hilly city
nurse care, hilly city, state hospitals: Hi, Mary: When we decided to bring our kids to Mexico chose Xalapa for various reasons, the two main ones being safety and climate. Over all Xalapa is pretty safe, actually much safer than any college town in the US. Crime is not much in this area, but also...

Mexico: topless sunbathing, topless sunbathing
topless sunbathing: Topless is tolereated on all beaches just about anywhere in the Caribbean and Mexico, as this is the normal way for most Europeans to sunbathe. Do note that unless you are in a true clothing optional resort, the managment does have the right to ask you to...

Mexico: transport Chichen Itza to Merida, Yucatan, Chichen Itza
Yucatan, Chichen Itza, buses: There are several buses scheduled from Piste (the little town right next to Chichen Itza. The bus stop is actually closer to the archaeological site s main entrance than Piste s main square). ADO runs every two hours from about 8am (I don t know the exact...

Mexico: transportation from Guadalajara to Sayulita, sayulita, Jalisco
sayulita, Jalisco, guadaljara: joe: Bus service to PV leave GDL almost every hour. The trick is to get one to stop on the hiway at Sayulita. First class busses will probably not stop. The Vallarta Plus bus line probably will. Sayulita is approx 2 kms from the hiway so with any luck...

Mexico: bringing and keeping a vehicle in mexico, odyssey van, honda odyssey
odyssey van, honda odyssey, building a house in mexico: Hello Elizabeth, I am sorry to say that I can t answer your questions as this is outside my expertise. My expertise lies with the tourist side of Mexico such as helping people decide what area and resort would best suit their needs and their budgets. ...

Mexico: bus info, los cabos, executive class
los cabos, executive class, bus info: I am sorry I am not real familiar with the busses. I do know that you can take a taxi to the bus stop, which isn t very far from the airport and catch the bus from there. Here is some information that I have found on line in the past: Peninsula Executive...

Mexico: Chatolic Ceremony at the beach, catholic weddings mexico, beach
catholic weddings mexico, beach, church: All Catholic weddings MUST be performed in a church. I know of a couple of cute little churches that are on the beach, literally walk out the front door and you are on sand. There is one on Maroma Beach, and one at the El Dorado Royale (adults only resort)....

Mexico: Chrysler Dealer, chrysler dealer, de la madrid
chrysler dealer, de la madrid, miguel de la madrid: Hi again, I drove past the Chrysler dealer this afternoon. Just to clarify location it is about one block from Soriana, on the same side of Blvd Miguel de la Madrid. Ron Hi, Motormexa Colima in Manzanillo is the local Chrysler Dealer. Phone number...

Mexico: Cost of living, mexico cost of living
mexico cost of living: Dear Darren, Mexico might just be a great place for you to be, though I recommend caution. Your savings will evaporate very quickly in Mexico (as it would elsewhere) and leave you unable to return home. Since you have never been to these places you should...

Mexico: Cozumel in June 2009, cancun, cozumel
cancun, cozumel, safety: Patti, Please rest assured that all is safe in the tourist areas of Mexico. Some reason the news has blown this all out of proportion. The problems that they are having in Mexico is along the border towns, which are HUNDREDS of miles away from Cancun...

Mexico: cars in mexico, chemuyil, subaru dealer
chemuyil, subaru dealer, hr drive: The good news is that Subaru s don t break down much, so you would be in little need of repairs, just servicing. For the servicing I do recommend to take it to a Subaru dealer because mechanics in Mexico are not quite familiar with certain cars. Bad news...

Mexico: Driving through Mexico, san juan del rio, rush hour traffic
san juan del rio, rush hour traffic, university of texas pan american: Bill, First of all, thanks for remembering. That must make you an old guy like me. You keep it up too. I agree that there is way too much attention paid to Baja and other well-touristed places, but then maybe that is because they are more popular. Security...

Mexico: driving into baja, san quintin, bahia concepcion
san quintin, bahia concepcion, gorgeous mountains: Naomi, I would suggest Mulege. If you leave really early (like 5 a.m. I m thinking, before traffic) on Wednesday a.m. you can make it in about 12 or 13 hours. If you don t want to drive that far in one day, I would suggest spending the night camping in...

Mexico: driving to Lake Chapala, immigration visa, visa renewal
immigration visa, visa renewal, chequing accounts: Hi Marilyn, Many people live in Mexico on under $1,000USD per month. Your biggest expense is bound to be housing. In gringo communities such as the Lake Chapala or San Miguel area, you will have to do some searching to find much under $500/month. In other...

Mexico: elementary schools, private schools Mexico
private schools Mexico: Cheryl, What a wonderful opportunity you are considering. It could bring many benefits for your family. If you would like the school to be bilingual, it will have to be a private school. I can t stress strongly enough the importance of seeing the schools...

Mexico: Spanish in Guanajuato - Safety, lake atitlan, countries in the western hemisphere
Mexico: Spanish in Guanajuato - Safety, lake atitlan, countries in the western hemisphere, latin american countries

Mexico: travel, conquest of mexico, toll highways
Mexico: travel, conquest of mexico, toll highways, hurricane karl

Mexico: guayabitos area, google search, jaltemba bay folk
google search, jaltemba bay folk, rincon de guayabitos: Hi Carole... No, Sayulita is not within walking distance of Los Ayala but Rincon de Guayabitos is. Los Ayala is a nice little community but not exactly self contained. So yes, you will want to go north to Rincon de Guayabitos and La Pe񩴡 for...

Mexico: Healthcare, darlene darlene, sweet mexico
darlene darlene, sweet mexico, extreme caution: Darlene, I cannot tell you where to look. It s very possible that he or she doesn t have a web site. It is common for businesses in Mexico not to have web sites, but given the nature of your visit, I would recommend extreme caution. Julia Taylor Author...

Mexico: Jaltemba Bay area, rincon de guayabitos, jaltemba bay
rincon de guayabitos, jaltemba bay, foot bridge: Hello Carole... Sorry, I do not know the actual distance of the walk. But from the edge of Los Ayala to the edge of Rincon de Guayabitos takes about 15 minutes or less. There is no way to walk the beach because of a small military installation. So you...

Mexico: Laredo, TX, laredo tx, crossing the border
laredo tx, crossing the border, rvers: Sorry, but since I am Canadian, and presently in Mexico, I really don t know anything about the USA. However, I would assume, like anywhere else, your safety depends on where you are, how you are behaving, who you are with and if you are using common sense...

Mexico: Living in Cozumel, living in mexico, destination resort
living in mexico, destination resort, dependants: I am sorry but I can t help you as this is outside my expertise. I specialize in helping people find the right destination, resort and activities to do while on vacation. I know nothing about living there. Please be sure to contact one of the other experts...

Mexico: Los Cabos to La Paz, los cabos, motor coaches
los cabos, motor coaches, malecon: There is no schedule online so you have to call Aguila Bus Lines in San Jose del Cabo. The number from the US is 011-52-624-142-1100. They run about every half hour to hour, so you won t have any trouble getting from there to here. The bus drops you off in...

Mexico: living in merida,progresso.or other nearby, mexico
mexico: No, I don t know of a place you could contact in advance. The one place you might find ads is in the Diario (www.yucatan.com.mx), but you ll have to read Spanish and speak Spanish to respond. Otherwise, when you get here, the best way to find something...

Mexico: Mazatlan to LaPaz by ferry, club el moro, san guillermo
club el moro, san guillermo, santa rita: Hola Peter, There are two ferry lines that make the trip from Mazatlan to La Paz. The first and nicer is Baja Ferries but they only go a few times a week. www.bajaferries.com for details. The other one goes every day but Monday and it s called TMC www.ferrytmc.com....

Mexico: Medical care in Playa Del Carmen, royal playa del carmen, alcohol related deaths
royal playa del carmen, alcohol related deaths, fabulous state: Hi, I am in Puerto Vallarta - clear on the other side of Mexico so I can only speak for our area. Here, we have fabulous, state-of-the-art medical care and have many people come here from the US-Canada to be treated. In the cases where things proved to be...

Mexico: Moving!, scuba diving course, cozumel mexico
scuba diving course, cozumel mexico, vacation purposes: Hello Valerie, I am sorry I can not offer you any assistance as this is outside my expertise, as I specialize in vacation planning. You might check the profiles of the other experts and see if anyone specializes in what it takes to live in Mexico. ...

Mexico: mail to Mexico, mexico addresses, state of chiapas
mexico addresses, state of chiapas, buena suerte: Hi Karen, I assume by Chiaps that you are referring to the state of CHIAPAS. You do need include the state name because there are many pueblos (towns) with the same name in Mexico. Addresses in Mexico will include either a Postal Box number as AP...

Mexico: moving from us to mexico with you degree is that possible, cosmotologist, mexican embassy
cosmotologist, mexican embassy, fm3: You can t do anything in Mexico right away. Remember that what you ll earn here, is a fraction of what you d earn in the US....but that s another issue. You first have to get permission to live in Mexico (FM2 or FM3), and then to work here you have to get...

Mexico: Planning a getaway in April, paul crist, couple resorts
paul crist, couple resorts, villa condo: Frederico, There are so many places to choose from that this is a tough question to answer. Are you looking for an all inclusive? Villa? Condo? Budget hotel? I d suggest that you try contacting Paul Crist who is the owner-operator for Hotel Mercurio. http://www.hotel-mercurio.com...

Mexico: Playa Del Carmen, mexico travel safety, playa del carmen
mexico travel safety, playa del carmen: The State Department has only put out a travel alert for the border towns of Mexico. Playa del Carmen is about 2500 miles away from the nearest border town that is having problems. This is about the same distance as Las Vegas is to New York. I am not...

Mexico: Pueblos Mancomunados, sierra norte, book accomodation
sierra norte, book accomodation, friend eric: I m probably not the best one to answer this question. Email my friend, Eric Ramirez, at oaxacanconnections@hotmail.com . He s more into the ecotourism thing. However, take a warm jacket, even in June; you do need a guide to get into many of the areas for...

Mexico: pacific side of mexico, cabo cruise, puerto vallarta cruise
cabo cruise, puerto vallarta cruise, mexico cruise: Hi Linda, The roughness of the sea is going to depend on the weather at the time. I can tell you that you will feel a little more motion even in great weather than you would on a cruise that is in the Caribbean. But I wouldn t worry about it. If you...

Mexico: Queretaro bus station, airport parking lot, good thief
airport parking lot, good thief, mexican citizens: Aw heck, Jack, you made my day. Seriously though, I actually did what you want to do once (same bus station) and it worked out just fine. However, there are no guarantees. To my way of thinking, it is safer than leaving a car at a US bus station, since there...

Mexico: Renting my property in Los Cabos, Los Cabos, Mexico
Los Cabos, Mexico, Baja California Peninsula: Update - here is a resource for you that just came my way. They help homeowners with part-time rentals. Best of luck, Molly http://marketingcabo.com/Cabo_rentals.html ------------------------------------------- Hi Fernanda, Sounds like a great...

Mexico: registerd mail service from US post office, Baja, Puerto Vallarta
Baja, Puerto Vallarta, Mail Service: Hi John, Baja person not PV but can say that if you need it officially signed, and can´t risk having mess-ups then priority service is the only way to go (not sure on the options there but I´m sure there is more than one company, do a google search and then...

Mexico: Spanish in Guanajuato - Safety, safety in mexico, language schools
safety in mexico, language schools: Thanks for at least being open-minded enough to ask. Too many people read the headlines and just won’t go to Mexico. I have answered this question in great detail in several other posts. But for you, I have an even more specific answer, so am taking the time...

Mexico: Travel time, central bus station, airport taxi
central bus station, airport taxi, el careyes: 2-3 hours is about correct, getting there by airport taxi would be extremely expensive. A private car would run about $250 - $300 The other option is the bus from the Central Bus Station, close to the airport, Map: http://vallartainfo.com/marina.html this...

Mexico: Travel - vacation, caribbean ocean, disneyworld
caribbean ocean, disneyworld, disney world: Only you can answer that question. Disneyworld is a land of indulgence, rides and giftshops. Cancun is a land of indulgence, restaurants, giftshops and the Caribbean ocean. They are different kinds of vacations, and both are fun. It depends what you are...

Mexico: Travelin' through....., gardnerville nevada, jim peterson
gardnerville nevada, jim peterson, sinaloa: Hola Jim... Wow, your 1859 house must be quite a project. The service I am doing? I think you must be speaking about this AllExperts site. It really does not involve much of my time.... but thank you and you are welcome. I spend much more time,...

Mexico: Traveling to GDL from Houston, mexican holiday, allexperts
mexican holiday, allexperts, gdl: Hi, yes I still travel the same route. However check out this website for Strom Moving, they always have the latest information available. http://www.strommoving.com/id20.html I have not used Columbia lately. I find it out of the way and lacking services....

Mexico: transport to Manzanilla, bus from Manzanillo to La Manzanilla
bus from Manzanillo to La Manzanilla: Charlene, There are no direct buses between Manzanillo and La Manzanilla. You would take a bus from Manzanillo to Melaque and from Melaque you can catch a bus to La Manzanilla. Here is the schedule between Melaque and La Manzanilla Departs Melaque:...

Mexico: travel, motorcycle trip, brush teeth
motorcycle trip, brush teeth, costa esmeralda: Hi, Bill: As long as you have your visas, motorcycle permits, only drive during the daytime and only drink (and brush teeth) with bottled water, it is a very nice trip. Yes, there are a lot of trucks driving that road at times -some parts are toll road- but...

Mexico: traveling to Mexico, traveling to mexico, uncomfortable moment
traveling to mexico, uncomfortable moment, world hope: Hi again, I m still in the dark regarding what your issue is. I don t understand why it WOULDN T be safe to drive. Of course the bus is inexpensive & the service is good, but why not drive? I don t know of any reason to think it would not be safe & as...

Mexico: traveling by plane in Mexico, cabo san lucas, endless desert
cabo san lucas, endless desert, baja peninsula: Hi, Daniel: Yes, it is a very long way from Tijuana to Cabo, so I wouldn t drive it even in a very long vacation (unless you like endless desert...) There are flights that leave daily from Tijuana to Cabo through an airline called Volare (www.volare.com.mx)....

Mexico: V-Beam laser treatments in Cabo or La Paz, Anti-aging, Baja California Peninsula
Anti-aging, Baja California Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas: Hi Maggie, what a great time for a trip - the weather should be gorgeous. Ok, I did a few searches for you and did not find V-Beam treatment but most likely it is there somewhere! Here are a couple of links, email the spas and ask them, they will be in-the-know...

Mexico: Vaction in Mexico /policy question, temporary import bond, sweet mexico
temporary import bond, sweet mexico, vacationing in mexico: Angie, I can t tell you for sure because I don t have access to my reference materials at the moment -- but I see that your question is very time sensitive so I will tell you what I can. If you are going to Baja or staying near the border you can bring...

Mexico: Vehicle Permit Cancellation, mexico mike, birth certificate
mexico mike, birth certificate, laredo: Yep, it will all be okay. Your car is in no danger of being confiscated. Quite the opposite. All they want is for you to prove you did not sell it in Mexico, which, by bringing it back, you prove. Be sure to keep the receipt they give you, just in case you...

Mexico: visa & car legalization, fm3 visa, customs broker
fm3 visa, customs broker, banjercito: Hi, Johnny: About the car, it can only be permanently imported if: a)it is brand new (same year you are importing it)and you import it through a customs broker in the border. You require special permits as an importer, pay a large sum to import it and then...

Mexico: accomdations los ayala or la penita, Los Ayala, Jaltemba
Los Ayala, Jaltemba, Jaltemba Bay: Hello Loretta... (pretty name) I do not know your two possibilities well enough to contrast them and I do not make recommendations for lodging. If, however, someone asks me about a specific property and I know it as a bad choice, I do reply privately....

Mexico: bass fishing, dona lola, guadalajara reporter
dona lola, guadalajara reporter, lola restaurant: Hi Fred, I have not heard of this stocking however I cannot always get the Guadalajara Reporter here in Manzanillo. I did a search on Chapala.com but could only find items about bass fishing on Lake Calderon plus this item: The Ajijic Fishing Club (formerly...

Mexico: bus from Cabo to La Paz, Cabo San Lucas, Baja
Cabo San Lucas, Baja, Mexico: Hi Michelle - no slow funky busses anymore - top of the line executive from Cabo to La Paz if you should so desire, or just plain nice first-class... Already answered this as far as bus details go in other Q & A´s - just check the list. Click here...

Mexico: bus from Zihuatenejo to mexico city, mexico city airport, estrella blanca
mexico city airport, estrella blanca, zihua: Where are you now? I just assumed you are currently in Zihua. I just left there 2 days ago & am currently in Memphis on my way (driving) to Canada. I would suggest you go onto the website (unless you are in Zihua) of either of the bus lines I mentioned....

Mexico: buses in puerto vallarta, etn, primeraplus
etn, primeraplus, jala: Well, it s on the way to Guadalajara so ETN or Pacifico should go there. ETN doesn t show it as a stop http://www.etn.com.mx/ Neither does Pacifico http://secure.primeraplus.com.mx/FAPWEB/Default.aspx?alias=secure.primeraplus.com.mx/fapweb/primeraplus but...

Mexico: Crimen en Xalapa, policia estatal, ciudad de mexico
policia estatal, ciudad de mexico, accidente: Miguel: Creo que lo que menos me gusta de Xalapa es el tráfico, que está de locos. Tampoco me gusta que esté cambiando tanto el clima y por ello se esté perdiendo el bosque de niebla. Por lo que pensamos (eventualmente) regresar a Estados Unidos es por que...

Mexico: crafts market day, fortune tellers, crafts market
fortune tellers, crafts market, fruits vegetables: Hello, Cathy... Yes, Thursday is still Tianguis. It is a street market and an interesting diversion for us to have here every week in La Pe񩴡. For people like myself who live here, it is sometimes the only way to tell what day of the week it is!...

Mexico: how to get a driver´s licence in mx, valid drivers license, fm2
valid drivers license, fm2, drivers licenses: Hi Eva, I answered this question a few days ago, but apparently it didn t get to you so they emailed me to answer it. I ll do it again! First of all, it depends where you live in Mexico as to what the procedure will be. Here in La Paz, which is a municipio...

Mexico: Crimen en Xalapa, vivir aqui, tu carro
Mexico: Crimen en Xalapa, vivir aqui, tu carro, anios

Mexico: Surf Trip, san pancho, surf trip
Mexico: Surf Trip, san pancho, surf trip, san francisco

Mexico: honeymoon in puerto vallarta in september, casamagna marriott puerto vallarta, westin resort and spa
casamagna marriott puerto vallarta, westin resort and spa, casamagna marriott puerto vallarta resort: I can suggest the CasaMagna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Resort & Spa or the Westin Resort and Spa which are NOT all inclusive so all your food and drinks will be an additional cost. If you want an all inclusive I can recommend Casa Velas. Weather is always...

Mexico: jungle, palenque chiapas, jungle views
palenque chiapas, jungle views, mexico city airport: I hate to be the bearer of bad news, so please don t shoot the messenger. There is no jungle, real or barely qualifying jungle anywhere near Mexico City, certainly not close enough for you to get to and get back in 4 days without spending all your time traveling....

Mexico: jungle, jungle views, mexico city airport
jungle views, mexico city airport, eco trek: Hi, Larry: The kind of jungle that has made Costa Rica famous does not exist in Mexico. We have a more dry version of it, no monkey flying around, but there are definitively places that are not desert (Ensenada is pretty bad when it comes to vegetation)....

Mexico: jungle, sierra madres, jungle views
sierra madres, jungle views, mexico city airport: Hi Larry, Try Sayulita, specifically Playa Escondida, Southern part of Puerta Vallarta (where the Intercontinental is located), and further afield Playa Tamarindo. These resort areas are lodged against the Sierra Madres, a chain of mountains that are lush,...

Mexico: LUXURY RESORTS, lush tropical jungle, thread count sheets
lush tropical jungle, thread count sheets, marble granite: Hi Wendy, For your adults only, authentic Mexico visit, I would recommend either Esencia, Maroma, or the Tides. All of these properties are 5 star, but maintain an authentic feel. The Tides is set in a lush, tropical jungle like setting. The restaurant...

Mexico: Medical facilities in Ajijic/Chapala, leg ulcers, visiting nurse
leg ulcers, visiting nurse, anaesthetist: Hi again Ed: Many Lakeside residents just use Maskaras Clinic. For a set fee of about $200usd they have a program that offers unlimited office visits, discounts on lab tests, xrays, dental work, two housecalls, optometry examination, etc. No age restrictions...

Mexico: Mexcio, touristy places, tourist place
touristy places, tourist place, typical tourist: Hola Don, I think the place you are referring to is Huatulco. This is a resort area. All the travel agents are pushing it to make it a mini-Cancun. It is definately a small tourist resort. There are many less touristy places around there where more Mexicans...

Mexico: Mexico, traffic tolls, map of mexico
traffic tolls, map of mexico, proper spelling: Emily, The road was finished almost 2 years ago, at least the Tepic to Mazatlan portion was 90% complete when we drove there in February 2007. The Guad-Tepic part was already done. I don t know where to look for info. The main map of Mexico is the Guia...

Mexico: Mexico Destination Wedding, planning a destination wedding, riviera maya
planning a destination wedding, riviera maya, afternoon thunderstorms: Hi Jennifer, Congrats on your engagement and pending nuptials (I recently had a destination wedding myself, although it was in Hawaii -- I highly recommend destination weddings... they are SO fun!) So with that said, here is the truth: Both of these...

Mexico: Moving with my rottwiller puppy to Xalapa, Ver, aeropuerto de mexico, renta de auto
aeropuerto de mexico, renta de auto, arrendadoras: Hola, Alma: Que bueno que quieren viajar con su perro! Lo que recomiendo es que se informen muy bien lo que conlleva el viaje en avión Internacional ya que hay trámites de aduana (vacunas) y el cuidado de los animales en ciertas líneas aéreas es algo malo....

Mexico: moving to veracruz, mexico, veracruz mexico, mexican citizenship
veracruz mexico, mexican citizenship, immigration court: It is good that it is only 5 years. I think that your fiance is smart on looking at other options than going back to Playa Vicente. Jobs are few and inbetween in Mexico (as they are in the US now) and the pay is really bad- minimum wage is 5 dollars a day!...

Mexico: Property Values - Chapala and surrounding, alpine town, vista golf
alpine town, vista golf, ajijic: Hi Terry sorry I have been out of town in Morelia Property values sky rocketed the last 5 years. Although now is nothing moving and is a great time to make an offer or to rent. Mazamitla is the town you are thinking of Very beautiful, but gets quite...

Mexico: RE: driving directions, san blas, la manzanilla
san blas, la manzanilla, guia roji: I ve crossed the border at Agua Prieta, then cut across to Hermosillo, Guaymas, and made it to Navoja the first night. Second day left Navoja early and got to San Blas, next day into La Manzanilla. Agua Preita was an easy crossing and at the time we...

Mexico: Shipping a small package, mexican post, package to mexico
mexican post, package to mexico, mail: Megan, The way to be 100% sure it gets to your mom would be to send it Fedex or UPS. Fedex has the most reliable service, though it won t be the cheapest. They will also be able to tell you what NOT to send. For instance, you cannot send candy into Mexico....

Mexico: Surf Trip, san pancho, los cabos
san pancho, los cabos, sayulita: Hola Robbie... The place north of Puerto Vallarta that you speak of almost surely has to be Sayulita or San Francisco. If you do an internet search for Surf Sayulita or Surf San Pancho you should get a ton of information. You will find lodging to...

Mexico: student exchange in Jalapa, border cities, quiet city
border cities, quiet city, university in canada: Hi, Pat: I won t lie to you, there is violence in Mexico, but only in certain areas. The news really make it sound like the whole country is in the middle of a drug war, but that is far from true. The violence is very isolated: Northers Border cities, some...

Mexico: Travel Cancun to Merida, yucatan, merida
yucatan, merida, expat health insurance: Hi Tom, The exact state of the situation to go from the airport to the bus terminal... I don t know. But I do know there is a way to do it... there s a shuttle I believe. You could check out the Cancun forum on Trip Advisor or the MErida forum... I believe...

Mexico: Travel to Mexico, mexican passport, sweet mexico
mexican passport, sweet mexico, american passport: Jen, I can t think of any disadvantages to presenting your Mexican passport. If you were to use your American passport you would enter as a tourist and would be required to leave by a certain time. Use your Mexican passport to enter Mexico and your US...

Mexico: transportation from cancun to chetumal, chetumal, cancun
chetumal, cancun, bus travel in mexico: I asked my assistant, Beatriz, who travels often to Chetumal, this question. Here is her rather humorous response: They should check this website: http://www.ticketbus.com.mx/wtbkd/I18n.tb?language=en®ion=US they have more than 10 runs from Cancun...

Mexico: travel to playa del carmen, cdc states, travelling to mexico
cdc states, travelling to mexico, swine flu: The CDC is only recommending those that are traveling in the next 7 to 10 days consider not traveling to Mexico. Since you are not scheduled to travel till July I wouldn t worry about anything this far out. Typically the flu comes and goes within a short...

Mexico: travelling, mexico
mexico: Jodi, You should probably talk to someone in Tuscon about how to get to the border. I imagine you can probably catch a bus in the US that will take you to a large city in Mexico...and there, switch buses to Merida. I still think traveling in the inter-city...

Mexico: Veracruz, boca del rio, mexican nationals
boca del rio, mexican nationals, mexico thanks: Thanks, Rory: So now I know you are definitively in the Port of Veracruz area! A note on that,the Port of Veracruz is the largest city in Veracruz and the one that has the best services in the State (hospitals, shopping centers, etc.). It actually consists...

Mexico: volunteering in Baja Sur, frog mario, mulege baja sur
frog mario, mulege baja sur, early childhood education: Thanks for writing. Volunteer work is what I do for the International Community. Have more than a dozen volunteers with me. One of these is a former Harvard University academic. She has a doctorate degree in psychiatry with a specialty in criminology. We help...

Mexico: Bringing US Car to Mexico, spare cars, banjercito
spare cars, banjercito, straight answer: The answer is very simple. Any American can temporarily import a vehicle for six months. As am FM3-holder, you can temporarily import your vehicle as long as your FM3 is valid. No one, American or Mexican can leave an American-plated vehicle in Mexico....

Mexico: Bus travel Mexico City to Morelia, taxis mexico city airport, authorized taxis mexico
taxis mexico city airport, authorized taxis mexico: Laurie, I m glad you found my answer helpful. There is no bus from the airport to the Northern bus terminal (I checked yesterday). I think a taxi is a safer idea since you are sure to be transporting bags. I didn t have any problems the handful of times...

Mexico: Bus travel Mexico City to Morelia, mexico city airport, travel mexico
mexico city airport, travel mexico, airport bus: I am sorry as this is outside of my expertise. I would suggest that you contact one of the other experts for Mexico and see if they can help you. My expertise lies mainly with the tourist areas of Mexico, such as Puerto Vallarta and Cancun. Good luck!...

Mexico: bus to and from Mexico City, san miguel de allende, bus travel mexico
san miguel de allende, bus travel mexico: Hello Jack, Yes, I agree that sometimes the bus to Mexico, D.F. can be a pain. I generally have decent luck on Primera Plus but not always. Going via Queretaro makes the trip a bit longer, but you are more likely to get on the bus you actually paid for....

Mexico: Earnings, mexico, work in Mexico
mexico, work in Mexico: Kimberly, I have done a little research and it appears that a welder may be able to earn between 4,000 and 10,000 pesos per month. The one thing I do know for sure is that whatever he does earn will depend on the city in which he works, the company that...

Mexico: Expired car permit, phase of the moon, tourist visa
phase of the moon, tourist visa, selling cars: Laura, I seriously doubt it. Would I take my own advice? Absolutely. Hacienda / Banjercito officials have actually told me (on the border) that all they really want is to keep Americans from selling cars illegally. The people who get into trouble are the...

Mexico: I need help getting my birth certificate, us citizenship, us passport
Mexico: I need help getting my birth certificate, us citizenship, us passport, birth certificate

Mexico: Renting apartment in San Miguel., vission, criterias
Mexico: Renting apartment in San Miguel., vission, criterias, mexicans

Mexico: ferries Guaymas to Santa Rosalia, Travel Guide, Baja California Peninsula
Travel Guide, Baja California Peninsula, Ferry: Hi Bill, there are some other Q & A s I´ve answered that have info, or better yet, if you simply click on this link: http://www.viva-la-baja.com/Travel_Guide.html And click on the image or link to Travel Guide a full-color PDF file will be downloaded...

Mexico: Health, bumpy rash, dr rockoff
bumpy rash, dr rockoff, bumps under the skin: Thanks for writing. I am not a doctor, much less a dermatologist. Have researched the symptoms you have and the closest I ve come to your case suggests that you should keep your skin moist with any lotion you like, set up an appointment with a skin doctor,...

Mexico: Import ATV and Dirt Bikes to Jalisco Mexico, jalisco mexico, gob mx
jalisco mexico, gob mx, dirt bikes: Hi, Crystal: I am not really sure about the extra cost for the extra vehicles is. Usually, when you bring in one vehicle from the US, as a US citizen, you only pay for a permit at the crossing point called a temporary import permit . The cost for a motorcycle...

Mexico: Importing car to Mexico, gob mx, importing car
gob mx, importing car, baja ca: Dear Claudio: Thanks for writing. If you go to the internet you ll find every imaginable answer. This is just one example that may illustrate what I am trying to convey to you: http://www.mexonline.com/drivemex.htm There is nothing better than getting...

Mexico: income requirements for FM3, san miguel de allende, FM-3
san miguel de allende, FM-3, residency income requirements: Hi Carol, Sorry for the delay in answering your question. I have been out of town and out of computer range. In San Miguel de Allende, the residency income requirements for getting an FM-3 residence visa for Mexico seem to be a little fluid this year,...

Mexico: Mexican nationals and bribery, globalresearch ca, academic scandal
globalresearch ca, academic scandal, swine flu: Dear Dora: I ve received a second question with more information about this incident. Your husband, as indicated in my previous input, can file a police report at the closest Ministerio Publico. If you are a US cit possibly the American Consulate closest...

Mexico: Mexico City layover, sitio taxi, check luggage
sitio taxi, check luggage, casa de los azulejos: Hey, Anisa: You can do a little sightseeing in Mex City, it all depends what are your main interests and how much are you willing to spend. You will probably be able to leave the airport by 8a.m. (if your plane arrives by 6:30). You probably will have to...

Mexico: Moving to Merida from Canada, cost of living, mexico
cost of living, mexico, retire: The best thing I can do is direct you here to our recent article which outlines how much many things cost here: http://www.yucatanliving.com/yucatan-survivor/the-cost-of-living-in-merida-yucatan.htm Certainly, there are Mexicans who live on less than...

Mexico: money, tourist areas, punctuation
tourist areas, punctuation, july 14: Hi Amber, I am sorry, but I had a lot of trouble trying to figure out what you are trying to say. Punctuation would sure help. You didn t say where you were driving FROM or where you will drive TO, or what your route will be, but I think you want to know...

Mexico: moving to mexico, san miguel de allende, income proof
san miguel de allende, income proof, fm3: Dear Carol: That is a big move, but I am sure you won t miss the snow too much! Ok, first off, I recommend crossing over at McAllen/Hidalgo/Reynosa, but Laredo is an OK option too. Reynosa and Laredo have nice toll roads leading to Monterrey which is your...

Mexico: I need help getting my birth certificate, gob mx, social security number
gob mx, social security number, prita: Hi, Tahra: Kudos to your parents for not taking no for an answer! I also had to have my baby in Mexico due to complications that US doctors did not want to address! Anyway, the government of Sonora has a good website through which you can request your birth...

Mexico: pick up at airport, pedestrian overpass, licensing authorities
pedestrian overpass, licensing authorities, airport taxi: Hia Joanne... Congratulations on your new condo! Sorry, your question is mostly outside my area of expertise. What I do know is, the licensing authorities at PVR have really cracked down on unlicensed airport pickups. I have never heard of the free...

Mexico: Renting apartment in San Miguel., san miguel de allende, apartments in san miguel
san miguel de allende, apartments in san miguel, housing in san miguel: Hello Graham How nice that you re thinking of returning to San Miguel. You will see some changes--especially in the traffic levels!--but it s still the same wonderful town. As for your apartment query, not to worry! You will be able to find exactly what...

Mexico: Transportation from PV international airport to Riu Palace Pacifico Hotel, vallarta hotel, hotel riu
vallarta hotel, hotel riu, bus line: With luggage, a baby and the weather really heating up right now through Oct-Nov my recommendation is just to take a cab from the airport! They are plentiful and so much easier. The buses are fine for a day trip in to town, etc but you will have a big hassle...

Mexico: turist permit, car import, foreigner
car import, foreigner, passport: If you are talking about your immigration permit (FMT), you cannot. Period. You have to go back to the border to cancel before it expires. You must get your passport stamped. If you do not, you will start accumulating fines and will not be able to return to...

Mexico: Bus to La Paz from Cabo, pichilingue, buen viaje
pichilingue, buen viaje, exact time: Stan, This looks like a whole different itinerary! Confusing. Anyway, from Loreto you can get to all three places by bus. Loreto is small, but I am not familiar with the location of the bus station there. It should be fairly close, as in several blocks...

Mexico: bus, airport buses, puerto escondido
airport buses, puerto escondido, bus station: The bus station in Vallarta is called Central and is just a bit north of the international airport. Buses leave at all hours (24 hours) for all points throughout Mexico. To go to Puerto Escondido you would most likely need to go to Guadalajara first, from...

Mexico: bus from Tulancingo to Mexico City Airport, mexico city airport, mx city
mexico city airport, mx city, airport taxis: Hi, Chuck: I don t think there are any buses running direct from Tulancingo to Mexico City Airport. There are not too many cities that offer the service directly to the airport in Mexico City. Supposedly Flecha Blanca offers the service from Pachuca to Mexico...

Mexico: buying a car in mexico to take to USA permanently, american plates, living in mexico
american plates, living in mexico, import fees: Well, Kit: There really isn t an easy way around this. Your car is nationalized, so you can sell it or trade it in as if it had been mexican, there is no real problem there. The problem is the acquiring another vehicle. Cars that you see around Mexico with...

Mexico: Canceling a tourist visa, ciudad juarez, tourist visas
ciudad juarez, tourist visas, mexican immigration: Tourist Visas FMT s are normally given back to Mexican immigration when leaving the country. If traveling by air you give your FMT back at the airport, and by car at the US/Mexican border. See: http://www.costalegre.ca/Mexican_Tourist_Visa.htm If you...

Mexico: FM3, fm3- late registration, late renewal of fm3
fm3- late registration, late renewal of fm3: Greg: I had a similar problem a few years ago. Technically you have thirty days to renew. There may be a late charge but nothing serious. My problem was with the particular person who was checking me in at the checkpoint. The official was a real jerk...

Mexico: FM3, immigration office, mexican immigration
immigration office, mexican immigration, costalegre: I m not an expert on Visas, so you should be asking the closest Mexican Immigration office. I was under the impression that you could keep a car in the country for the duration of your FM3 which is 1 year. I do know your FM3 is void if you did not renew...

Mexico: fm3, hologram sticker, tourist visa
hologram sticker, tourist visa, newel: Well, you re going to incur a fine for the late re-newel, I would come in on a FMT tourist visa, but the hologram sticker on the windshield is a major problem. Do you scrape it off or not ? there s the rub ! Are you coming to Puerto Vallarta ? If so I can...

Mexico: health problem, english speaking doctor, tomatlan
english speaking doctor, tomatlan, dr daniel: Stephany, I am not sure why AllExperts never notified me of this email follow up from you. I am as well, not sure why you can t email me because I receive tons of emails every day from that email address (pamela@healthcareresourcespv.com) You can try pmt15@hotmail.co...

Mexico: Pacific Coast buses, sayulita mexico, central camionera
sayulita mexico, central camionera, line thanks: By bus, take either TAP or Pacifico from the central camionera in Mazatlan to Tepic. From there transfer to the Pacifico bus routed to Puerto Vallarta and get off at the Sayulita crucero and on into Sayulita. Hope this helps. If you need further information...

Mexico: personal car in mexico, mexico, import
mexico, import: Yes, I m pretty sure you need some sort of a visa or to be a citizen to import a car here. There are now (since we wrote the article) some rules about what cars CAN be imported. I think I understand that they can only be ten years old... no more, no less....

Mexico: Travel from San Antonio, Texas to Puebla, Mex, rv vehicle, san antonio texas
rv vehicle, san antonio texas, four women: I think that unless you are involved with the drug trade, you would not even notice any violence any more than you see it wherever you live since the drug war is going on in almost every country right now. The route you would take is just like interstates-...

Mexico: Traveling from Merida to Palenque, palenque, chank kah
palenque, chank kah, campeche: Hola, If you have a car, that is by far the best way to go to Palenque. You can, of course, also take a bus. The bus will be cheaper and you won t have to do the driving, but you ll also be unable to make any sidetrips or stops, etc. It takes about four...

Mexico: one-time tax exempt shipping from USA to Merida, fm3, mexico
fm3, mexico, lawyer: Honestly, Jim, I m not a lawyer and I wouldn t want to make a pronouncement on this if I wasn t completely sure, which I m not. Try emailing Francisco at Yucatan Lawyers (www.yucatanlawyers.com). He is a young, ambitious lawyer who I know who speaks English....

Mexico: travelling to san quintin, honeymoon trip, layout blog
honeymoon trip, layout blog, swine flu: Thanks for chosing Mexico as the destination of your honeymoon. I can appreciate the fact you are not impressed negatively about what you read in the press: SWINE FLU http://www.securitycornermexico.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1192&Itemid=1129...

Mexico: Veracruz, Veracruz Mexico, pacific coast states, veracruz mexico
pacific coast states, veracruz mexico, veracruz veracruz: Not too much jazz in small towns, but the Xalapa-Coatepec-Xico area has a lot of musical culture thanks to the music programs at the University of Veracruz. The city of Xalapa is cheaper than the city of Veracruz which has been named one of the most expensive...

Mexico: Amatlan de Canas, amatlan de canas, Nayarit
amatlan de canas, Nayarit, Mexico: Hi Katie; I have never heard of Amatlan De Canas. I did a google search and found many websights and lots of images of the area. It looks like a neat place to visit and live. The water park looks very inviting. Some things to consider before you give...

Mexico: Bringing food into Mexico by air, sugar packets, granola bars
sugar packets, granola bars, cheerios: Hi, You can bring it in via checked in bags, but I would not take a chance with it in the carry on. Besides a Cherrios box would be a bit too much space wasted. But it through the checked bags to be safe. Hope this helps! Have a great trip! Take...

Mexico: Having a baby in Mexico, mexico
mexico: April, I think your friend should review the Citizen Services page on the Embassy web site: http://mexico.usembassy.gov/eng/eacs_birth_abroad.html The embassy carefully evaluates each request for a consular report of birth abroad on an individual basis....

Mexico: Crime in Manzanillo, playa miramar, gob mx
playa miramar, gob mx, sorry for the confusion: Hi Tomas, thanks for the information. Please send it to me again and I will pass it on to Miguel. I was not aware of your concerns. Perhaps as well as the authorities, you should bring it up to groups such as www.manzamigos.com/ and churches such as Manzanillo...

Mexico: Crime rate in Manzanillo, undeveloped beaches, gob mx
undeveloped beaches, gob mx, mexican friends: Hi Miguel, I am surprised by those statistics. It is not my sense of this area. Among my American, Canadian and Mexican friends, when we talk about crime, we talk about the border areas and Mexico City. We feel fortunate to live in such a wonderful location....

Mexico: campervan hire, baja travel, travel club
baja travel, travel club, rvs: I am unfamiliar with renting RVs to travel into Mexico. It s a bit complicated because of the insurance. I would suggest you ask Discover Baja Travel Club. They would know the answer for sure. You can find them at www.discoverbaja.com. They will be a wealth...

Mexico: car permit, car permits
car permits: I am not sure I understand your question. However, if someone else brought your car to you (actually got the car import papers and sticker) then the car would be in his or her name and there is nothing you can do. You cannot cancel the permit, because you...

Mexico: expired vehicle permit, mexico mike, anythin
mexico mike, anythin, hologram: John, I have been told that: 1. There are not fines (for the vehicle permit). 2. That there are a lot of fines. Both were by Hacienda people. The first was more recent and has been verified in writing, so I suspect it is true. I qualify this because...

Mexico: Fedeicomiso vs. Dual Nationality, double nationality, gob mx
double nationality, gob mx, dual nationality: Dear Rey: Thanks for writing. I assume this question originates in the US. If so, let s start by defining the word FIDEICOMISO. Check out these links http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trust_law In Spanish http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fideicomiso...

Mexico: Amatlan de Canas, peaceful place, web page
Mexico: Amatlan de Canas, peaceful place, web page, lake chapala

Mexico: Moving to Manzanillo, types of spiders, besuconas
Mexico: Moving to Manzanillo, types of spiders, besuconas, coppel

Mexico: Is it safe!, mexican cartels, ignorant americans
Mexico: Is it safe!, mexican cartels, ignorant americans, surroundings

Mexico: Hospice Care, lake chapala, hospice care
lake chapala, hospice care, nurse: Hi Carol, I am not up to date on hospice care but take a look at these sites: www.lakesidecare.com/ www.aliciaconvalescent.com/aboutalicias.htm www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2007-08-15-mexnursinghome_N.htm www.securitycornermexico.com/index2.php?option=com_content&do_pdf=1&id=290...

Mexico: holiday lodging, new years day, holiday lodging
new years day, holiday lodging, night lodging: Hi, Hmmm. This is a bit tough. You will be hard pressed to find a place for one night only on that particular night. I d suggest that you either try and work out something with the place you are staying in Nuevo Vallarta or the place you are going to in Conchas...

Mexico: Long-term care facility, reading postings, pino suarez
reading postings, pino suarez, lake chapala area: Hola Katie, At this time, there still is no long term care facility in the Puerto Vallarta area. There is one house located in Col. Gaviotas but only has 3 rooms and is nearly always full. There are a few in the Guadalajara-Lake Chapala area. You are welcome...

Mexico: legalizing auto, pool department, mario gonzalez
pool department, mario gonzalez, customs department: Hi, Greg. Thanks for writing. How? You have to get in touch with a customs broker (agente aduanal). These normally operate in your local SHCP Customs Department. Simply ask for someone to assist you in the legal process to legalize the importation of your...

Mexico: Manzanillo, riviera maya, navy town
riviera maya, navy town, lively boy: Hi Brad, most visitors would not even know that MZO is a navy/port town, save for seeing the container and cruise ships arriving. You ll only see sailors if you are in Las Brisas. MZO is similar to PV but not as lively (boy I just got in trouble with all...

Mexico: Marriage in Mexico, marriage in mexico, gob mx
marriage in mexico, gob mx, cancun mexico: Not sure where you are writing from BUT go to the right source of information EMBASSIES http://www.sre.gob.mx/acerca/directorio/embajadas/dirembajadas.htm CONSULATES http://www.sre.gob.mx/acerca/directorio/consulados/dirconsulados.htm Ask them...

Mexico: Moving to Manzanillo, hurricane, Manzanillo
hurricane, Manzanillo, cockroaches: Miguel: I have owned my home in Manzanillo for 4 years. If you keep your home clean, cockroaches should not be a problem. there certainly are cockroaches in Manzanillo. I beleive that our condo fumigates twice a year. I have never seen any large...

Mexico: about Puerto Vallarta, flight costs, town areas
flight costs, town areas, nearby places: Hello Sam, You will need to take a flight to get from PV to Cabo in the same day. Check out kayak.com to compare different flight costs to get the best rates. You do not need a car in either locale, unless you want to travel to attractions outside the immediate...

Mexico: prescription medication, medicine bottle, prescription medication
medicine bottle, prescription medication, prescription pill: There is no problem whatsoever. In fact, I have never in 40 years had anyone look at anything in a medicine bottle. That said, you can probably get the same medication in Mexico for less money. But I do not know that medicine, only that 90% of those in the...

Mexico: Renting a place, baja area, houseing
baja area, houseing, mexican families: Hi, I m sorry but we are not familiar with the Baja area- we travel only on the mainland. However, I do know that most long term, non-vacation type rentals are usually owned by simple Mexican families that do not have internet service and therefore are not...

Mexico: riviera maya, dreams tulum, playa del carmen
dreams tulum, playa del carmen, cancun: For what you are looking for, I would recommend either Iberostar Paraiso Lindo as it has lots of activities for a 9 nine year old including a great pool with a lazy river, and a great beach for snorkeling and other non-motorized water sports. No buildings...

Mexico: Safety, safety in mexico
safety in mexico: Shawn, The Cancun Corridor is perhaps the safest area of the country. However, even more important to understand is that Mexico is a very safe country to visit overall. Please read why - based on actual facts and not sensational headlines. I wrote a...

Mexico: Is it safe!, Ensenada, Crime
Ensenada, Crime, Safety: Annette - please enjoy your time with your daughter in Ensenada! The majority of crime that is occuring is in the border areas. For extra-assurance - make a friend or two on the boat and plan to visit the area for lunch together. Ask your boat crew...

Mexico: transporting furniture to Cabo, Cabo San Lucas, Moving Furniture
Cabo San Lucas, Moving Furniture, Household Goods: Hi Mandy - I haven´t moved furniture to Baja so researched the answer for you and found the below from this web page: http://forums.mexonline.com/showthread.php?t=89. The process will be the same, just the tax amount higher as is from 2005. You can...

Mexico: trip to PV end of July 09, rain clouds, sunset cruise
rain clouds, sunset cruise, dark rain: Hola Sandy, I don t think the rain will be a problem but it will definitely rain nearly every day - late afternoon and off and on during the night. That being said, we have probably had the wettest June I can remember! A lot of overcast and drizzly days...

Mexico: bring a car, import car to mexico
import car to mexico: You can bring a car into Mexico as long as it is exactly 10 years old. The cost to import it is 15% plus fees (about $200 USD). It is best to work through a customs broker (agencia aduanal). You can read more here: http://www.yucatanliving.com/yucatan-survivor/yucatan-license-plates.htm...

Mexico: bus from TX to MX, bus travel Mexico, travel Mexico
bus travel Mexico, travel Mexico, travel to Veracruz Mexico: Hi Jim and Laura, I want to congratulate you on planning to ride the bus. The buses in Mexico are wonderful! I wish I could give you a more definitive answer, but there isn t a lot of information available on buses to and from Matamoros. You might get...

Mexico: Crime and Beach Safety in the Chicxulub area, definitive conclusion, mexican experience
definitive conclusion, mexican experience, san bruno: Dear Orla: Thanks so much for writing. This one time, I will refer your question to a colleague of mine -though I do not have the pleasure of meeting her- whose input will be useful to you or so I believe: QUESTION .. Hi I have so many questions...

Mexico: car permit continued, gas hog, question thanks
gas hog, question thanks, tricky situation: Ken, You are welcome. Actually, if you can renew your FM3 then I think that your problems would be over. No one need know that the car was illegal for a time. I do believe it would be best to take care of it, because you never know, you might change your...

Mexico: car permits in Mexico, more info, hd camcorder, disturbing the peace
hd camcorder, disturbing the peace, verbal threats: David, this was certainly an interesting saga. But you know what? It shows how those people who are afraid of Mexico and the police are so wrong. It sounds like the police acted a lot less aggressively than those in the USA would have. Good luck to you. And...

Mexico: car permits in Mexico, puerto escondido, border station
puerto escondido, border station, toll roads: Dave, I have only once in more than 25 years of working with driving tourists heard of someone who did that. So thanks for the story. You are right, his car will be impounded. It is just as illegal as the cars brought back by migrant workers. His...

Mexico: child support in mexico, children, mexico
children, mexico, child support: Your question is not clear. Are the children in the US, or in Mexico? Which court, if any, has jurisdiction, American or Mexican? Where does the payor live and work? Does the payor have a passport, assets that can be seized? Generally speaking, enforcement...

Mexico: car here under temporary importation, honda accord 1996, fm3 visa
honda accord 1996, fm3 visa, temporary importation: Hi again, Number 1 DO NOT SELL your car no matter what condition it is in to anyone in Mexico even if they say it is ok. Remember you signed a form and a credit card receipt guaranteeing to return the car out of Mexico. So you are responsible if the car...

Mexico: currency to use in puerto morelos area, puerto morelos, riviera maya
puerto morelos, riviera maya, taxi rides: Hi Jake, I do not see any problem using pesos, but I wouldn t begin to hoard them prior to leaving, you just don t want to have cash be your only method of funds. You will want to arrive with enough pesos to get you from the airport to your accommodations,...

Mexico: Delivering baby in Mexico, giving birth in Mexico, Doctors in Mexico
giving birth in Mexico, Doctors in Mexico: Jessica, I know what you mean. We too, live off of what we earn in Mexico. We did have a savings that was enough to allow us to pay for a doctor, though, if we had spent it all I would have had to return to work much more quickly than I wanted to. ...

Mexico: Driving on an Expired Sticker, fm3 visa, banjercito
fm3 visa, banjercito, chapala: Branden, Do not be nervous. Here is the official deal. Your car permit is supposed to be valid as long as your FM3 is valid. So if your current FM3 has NOT expired, you are okay. If it HAS expired then your car permit is no good. That you are willing to...

Mexico: high school in San Miguel de Allende, jose vasconcelos, bilingual school
Mexico: high school in San Miguel de Allende, jose vasconcelos, bilingual school, excellent school

Mexico: Tequisquiapan (vs Xalalpa), vacation haven, adult daughters
Mexico: Tequisquiapan (vs Xalalpa), vacation haven, adult daughters, jan dec

Mexico: high school in San Miguel de Allende, san miguel de allende
san miguel de allende: Hi Cliona, There are no American high schools in San Miguel de Allende, per se. There is a small private school that many ex-pats send there kids to, Victoria Robbin s school, as well as a bilingual school, Jose Vasconcelos. One option many parents prefer...

Mexico: info on puerto vallarta, hot spring, gringo
hot spring, gringo, hot springs: Ronald, I m answering this publicly so that your link could possibly show up in a search. But I think you would be a great asset to AllExperts. Why don t you sign up as an Expert for specifically the PV area? I don t take those questions because they...

Mexico: Lake Chapala, lake Chapala
lake Chapala: Lionel: Lake Chapala-Ajicic can be cool in the winter as compared to the beach. Lake Chapala is located at approx 5000 above sea level. There is a large Canadians and Americans who live there all year. Many more come for the winter. If you are going...

Mexico: live in cozumel, living in Mexico, living in Cozumel
living in Mexico, living in Cozumel, cost of living in Mexico: Dear Mom Rene, Overall, it sounds like your son is set up to have a wonderful time. He knows the area, has friends who can orient him and support him, and he is planning ahead. To answer your questions, my advise is to get the apartment once he is there....

Mexico: Mordida, monterry, mordida
monterry, mordida, school zone: Hi, I have heard of this happening in the Monterrey area. Go to www.ajijiclaw.com/Police Identification Form.pdf Print off this form and carry it with you, easily at hand so you do not have to hunt for it. Insist on a ticket and while doing that...

Mexico: mexican citizenship, paperwork in Mexico, children in Mexico
paperwork in Mexico, children in Mexico: Christina, This is a lovely story. I will tell you what I know, but I believe you still may wish to do more research to have a more complete answer to your question. My son is both a Mexican and a U.S. citizen. Since he was born in Mexico, his situation...

Mexico: Public Transportation, cabo san lucas, jose del cabo
cabo san lucas, jose del cabo, san jose del cabo: I am not familiar with any Express busses that travel between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo as they are not very far apart. When I am in Cabo I typically rent a car or just take a taxi. Plus, some resorts may provide transfers to the each town so...

Mexico: question regarding our visit, yucatan resorts, cartel activity
yucatan resorts, cartel activity, riviera maya: Your son will be perfectly fine in the Mayan Riviera. There has been absolutely no issues in this region I assure you. The problems have been on the west coast over 1000 miles away and are not targeted at tourists. This region is beautiful and the people are...

Mexico: many questions????, Baja, Mexico
Baja, Mexico: Hi Sasha, You need to scroll through my list of Q&As here - most of the above has been answered one way or another... and check out Viva La Baja! Blog as well (http://vivalabaja.blogspot.com) - has info on sending a child to school in Mexico, and an entry...

Mexico: Rentals in Lake Chapala area, harker heights texas, lake chapala area
harker heights texas, lake chapala area, wireless interent: HI Jan so you are from Harker Heights Tx, I am from Tyler Tx, about 90 miles from Dallas. Yes I am a realtor and I will check to see what we have available. I have a casita that rents for 500 a month all bills paid, wireless interent, tv and phone around...

Mexico: Snowbirding in Chapala, cross country skis, lake chapala
cross country skis, lake chapala, english language support: Hola Lionel, the only snow that I have seen in Chapala in my 11 years here was in a margarita! There was a dusting of snow in Guadalajara about 15 years ago and it lasted almost 20 minutes. I have never seen snowcaps on the mountains surrounding Lake Chapala...

Mexico: Tequisquiapan (vs Xalalpa), caribbean coasts, costa esmeralda
caribbean coasts, costa esmeralda, xalapa: Jim, Have you ever been to Tequis? It is a Mexico City tourist escape for weekends. I do not know any gringos who have chosen to live there (which could be an attraction). There is nothing wrong with it, but it is a strange place for anyone to ask about,...

Mexico: Travel, tynda, loss prevention
tynda, loss prevention, vallarta mexico: Thanks for writing, Ken. Have been terribly busy. My apologies for the late response. I am the President of The Culture of Safe Travel, Crime and Loss Prevention at www.securitycornermexico.com Until the day I slipped in front of a gas station...

Mexico: Travel, cabo san lucas, mile expanse
cabo san lucas, mile expanse, bcs mexico: Dear Warren: Thanks for writing. The distance between San Diego and Cabo San Lucas is about 1,000 miles. I ve checked different options and found this to be the best answer to your question: The Drive to Cabo San Lucas This is one of the most gorgeous...

Mexico: UPDATE temporary import car, temporary importation, mexico thanks
temporary importation, mexico thanks, import regulation: Correct but of course this is Mexico and things do change. The NAFTA regulations will eventually allow free flow of vehicles between USA, Canada and Mexico. It is supposed to take 10 years but you never know. Saludos, Ron What to do with your current...

Mexico: Volunteer work, Merida, teaching english, mexico
teaching english, mexico, merida: Hello, Most places that need or could use volunteers don t have the resources to keep up a website, so you aren t going to find much there. You didn t mention if you are looking for any compensation (a place to stay, etc.). I can suggest these places...

Mexico: Xalapa/Coatepec, corpus christy, luxury bus
corpus christy, luxury bus, neat places: Hi again Jim, Thanks for the kind words. Re: rving in Mex- tons of rV parks, thousands of Canadians/Americans spending their winters in this way. The best source for RV park info is a book by Mike & Terri Church called Travellers Guide to Mexican Camping-...

Mexico: auto and fm3, fm3, californian
fm3, californian, insurance company: Hi Greg, The tags on my Californian car say 1998 :) No one has said anything to me from the US. If it dies, there s a system, or was - things change, where you could donate the car to Mexico, this I did once when my van was totaled, but the insurance company...

Mexico: Bus travel within Mexico, mexperience, guad
mexperience, guad, bus travel: I am sorry but bus travel is outside my expertise, I mainly assist with travel to major tourist destinations and assitance with chosing the right hotel to meet travlers desires and budgets. I did do some searching for you and found a great website that should...

Mexico: Bus travel from Puerto Vallarta to Mazatlan, central bus station, exact times
central bus station, exact times, bus companies: Mavis, I do not know or have available (I have looked on the internet!) the exact times. I do know that it is an approximately 10 hour bus ride from Vallarta to Mazatlan and they have two buses a day leaving. You will need to go to the CENTRAL (bus station)...

Mexico: buses, Mexico bus
Mexico bus: Rebecca, I can t find it either. Don t worry, this is completely normal. You could try calling Estrella Blanca because their buses depart from there. Their web site is http://www.estrellablanca.com.mx/VentaWeb/com.Eb/Eb.html If you just want tickets...

Mexico: Canadian car into Mexico, pool department, customs department
pool department, customs department, san diego cal: Dear Will: Thanks for writing. I ve copied the answer recently I provided one of our readers in Vallarta with a similar question. You have to get in touch with a customs broker (agente aduanal). These normally operate in your local SHCP Customs Department,...

Mexico: Car Mexico-Canada, mini copper, permanent visa
mini copper, permanent visa, mexico canada: Hi Laura, I am sorry I do not have this information. I found these sites www.importcartocanada.info/ www.tc.gc.ca/roadsafety/safevehicles/importation/index.htm The second one is Transport Canada, a Government Department. You might want to contact...

Mexico: Car Permit and FM3, puerto escondido, fm2
puerto escondido, fm2, article 99: With an FM2 you do not have to return to the border, to my knowledge. I think it s Article 99 of the regulations, but I do not recall which. Best to ask at a Migracion or Transito office. My suggestion would be to switch to an FM2, for down the road, in any...

Mexico: Cultural Tourism in Mexico, san cristobal de las casas chiapas, san cristobal de las casas
san cristobal de las casas chiapas, san cristobal de las casas, minneapolis st paul: Hi, Seth: First of all, thanks for being so clear with your question. I understand what you are looking for and I would also look for the same arrangement. The only real way of learning a language is when you get to really experience it in conjunction with...

Mexico: car and fm3, credit card receipt, import regulation
credit card receipt, import regulation, fm3: Hi Greg, just renewed my FM3 this week, no problems. As for your car remember DO NOT SELL it to anyone in Mexico no matter what condition it is in even if they say it is ok. You signed a form and a credit card receipt guaranteeing to return the car to...

Mexico: driving from los angeles to mexico city, ciudad obregon, guadalajara mexico
ciudad obregon, guadalajara mexico, internet maps: Yep that would be best. But she had better check to see if she can drive a US-plated car. I doubt it. The only way to know for sure is to find someone at the consulate in LA who will talk to her or find someone in a Hacienda office in Mexico. In general, Mexican...

Mexico: El Día de los Muertos, dayofthedead, mexico visit
dayofthedead, mexico visit, honeymoon destination: Dear Alexander: Thanks for writing and selecting Mexico as your honeymoon destination. Obviously, Norwegians are world travelers and have a good sense of what the global situation is like, in issues like the one I am addressing here: http://www.securitycornermexico.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1275&Itemid=1129...

Mexico: Elementry school., privet schools, rio lerma
privet schools, rio lerma, lake chapala: Hi Trudy, I have heard good things about the schools listed below. You might also want to ask on Chapala.com for a recommendation from parents. Sorry I do not know tuitions. Instituto Terranova, Tel 766-3999, 766-2401 Rio Lerma #19, Rancho del Oro,...

Mexico: Ensenada, Ensenada, Mexico
Ensenada, Mexico, Baja123 Real Estate: Hi Jerry, Have a great trip, here are some resources for you to check for tourist activities, hotels, nightlife, etc. http://www.ensenada.com/ http://www.enjoyensenada.com/english/aboutensenada.jsp http://www.advantagemexico.com/ensenada/ For...

Mexico: email buddies, email buddies, season traffic
email buddies, season traffic, brunswick ca: Hi Phil, I suggest you post on Chapala.com. As an aside I am Lakeside now. The snowbirds really miss the best time of year, right now. The mountains are emerald green, everything is in flower, and you can actually move through the towns without the silly...

Mexico: Finding Old Friends In Acapulco, el sol de acapulco, directory address
el sol de acapulco, directory address, sol de acapulco: Perhaps you should start with a letter or telephone call to the Colegio America; Las Colinas 29; 39390 Acapulco, Gro., México. That number, from the States, is 011-52-744-483-6356 or -0185. You might also place a classified ad in either or both newspapers:...

Mexico: FM3, Residence visa FM3 for Mexico inside US, Mexican consulates
Residence visa FM3 for Mexico inside US, Mexican consulates: Heather, Of course you can. Find the consulate nearest you and go in to see them. Here s the list: http://www.sre.gob.mx/acerca/directorio/consulados/dirconsulados.htm You might try calling them and asking questions, but generally, a face to face visit...

Mexico: FM3 visa and car permit, san carlos sonora, customs office
san carlos sonora, customs office, import permit: Hi Jane, You get your car import permit when you cross into Mexico. You are right, it is good for 180 days. However, when you get your FM3 it allows your vehicle to remain in Mexico as long as your FM3 is valid. Do not let it expire before renewing it...

Mexico: Medical care in Mexico, severe back pain, good luck
Mexico: Medical care in Mexico, severe back pain, good luck, doctors

Mexico: ferry travel, ferries La Paz Mazatlan Mexico
ferries La Paz Mazatlan Mexico: Rudolph, The ferry goes from LA PAZ (NOT Los Cabos) to Mazatlan. If you have entered Mexico through Baja California you will need a tourist card and if you are taking your vehicle, you will need to get a vehicle permit. You can get it at the ferry station...

Mexico: fideicomiso, bank trust, fideocomiso
bank trust, fideocomiso: I really do not have an answer for this. I am not sure what a master trust is vs an individual trust. You will have to use a Notario to set up the trust with a bank. The important item for a buyer is that the property is not ejido land. You want to...

Mexico: general/medical, pamela thompson, public hospitals
pamela thompson, public hospitals, volunteer work: Hi Kathy, You can see my website at www.healthcareresourcespv.com Best if you email me direct at pamela@healthcareresourcespv.com for the 1,000 questions you will have in making your decision to move here! I am happy to assist. Have you spent any length...

Mexico: JAIL IN MEXICO, gang bangers, police corruption
gang bangers, police corruption, citizen services: Dear Jessica, I assume your boyfriend is a U. S. national. If so, the Tijuana Consulate has the following information: In case of an after-hours emergency involving U.S. citizens, please contact the Duty Officer. From Mexico dial 001 (619) 692-2154, from...

Mexico: library, english language magazines, jamies bar
english language magazines, jamies bar, la penita: Hello Bonnie %26 John... Yes, there is a pretty good rack of books; a take one, leave one system, at Hinde y Jamies Bar and Restaurant in La Pe񩴡. There is virtually no source of English Language magazines or books to buy here. Tom http://members5.boardhost.com/CasaLiberta...

Mexico: Medical care in Mexico, border city, pain killer
border city, pain killer, medical doctor: I do work with Mexican physicians on my web site www.mexicomike.com and you can read about what we do there. There is no one answer to your question. Any doctor can prescribe medicine and in most cases you don t need a doctor if you know the medicine. However...

Mexico: Schools in the Lake Chapala area?, lake chapala area, sweet mexico
lake chapala area, sweet mexico, english speaking schools: Trudy, I can t tell you about specific schools in that area. I m sure they do have English speaking schools -- probably a number of them. I suggest that you join the forum on www.mexconnect.com because a number of the people who participate in that forum live...

Mexico: Travel in Mexico, puerto vallarta, cancun
puerto vallarta, cancun, vacations: Best round-trip air prices from San Diego are currently with US Airways, with Mexicana Air between Puerto Vallarta and Cancun. I can t give prices over this website as prices are not guaranteed until they are booked. I would be happy to assist you with your...

Mexico: taking my car out of mexico, columbia bridge, windshield sticker
columbia bridge, windshield sticker, nuevo laredo: Hi Tim, there are 2 Border Crossings in Nuevo Laredo/Laredo plus one close by at Columbia. Bridge #1 has Mexico Aduanas and that is where you return your windshield sticker. They will take it off for you. Watch for the signs, it is down under the bridge....

Mexico: transportacion, chichen itza, mico
chichen itza, mico, tulum: Rentar coches es caro y a veces peligroso por falta de mantenimiento y seguros -- y el servicio de autobuses es major que encontrarás en los EEUU y mas ecónomico. Mas que estos los mexicanos son generalmente mucho mas amigables que los de allá, y te pueden...

Mexico: Xalapa, small apartments, mexican friend
small apartments, mexican friend, diario de xalapa: Hi, Kate: Welcome to Xalapa! We have friends that live right across the Chimenea (and we know the owner) so my husband says he probably has already seen you walking from Roy s place. My husband saw a sign for rentals (furnished) for foreigners. We are not...

Mexico: Bus to Ajijic, time length, departure time
time length, departure time, local bus: Hi John, You can take ETN to Guadalajara and then change to a local bus there, I don t have the information for that part of the trip but there s a regular service, check at the bus station in Guadalajara. The trip to Guadalajara takes 5.5 hours and you can...

Mexico: Bus PV to Perula, bus depot, bus companies
bus depot, bus companies, bus line: I would try the Cihuatlan bus line. All of the bus companies have their schedules posted You should be able to have any of the busses heading south stop for you. There are not many first class busses headed that way. Maybe 2 a day. One at 745am ...

Mexico: Buying a car in mexico?, horrible headache, ford dealership
horrible headache, ford dealership, loss prevention: Dear Charles: Thanks for writing. Recently, my son underwent an ordeal doing what you are planning. As soon as he could -once he made it to his destination in the States- had to return the car to Mexico (the border area) to get rid of the horrible headache...

Mexico: bus from manzanillo to pv, manzanillo, busses
manzanillo, busses, 6am: Primera Plus only has one bus per day (1st class non stop) leaves at 0:30am and arrives at 6am, so 5 1/2 hours. No service on Sunday. http://secure.primeraplus.com.mx I believe there s a Cihuatlan bus that leaves at 8am and takes 7 hours and several 2nd class...

Mexico: buses to melaque, flecha amarilla, cihuatlan
flecha amarilla, cihuatlan, romantic zone: From my web site http://vallartainfo.com/puerto-vallarta-transport.html#demita First class service to Manzanillo: The Flecha Amarilla - Primera Plus Line has a First Class bus at 07:45. The Chiuatlan - Pacific Line runs two Primera Plus Class busses...

Mexico: busing around Puerto Vallarta, john russell, bus station
john russell, bus station, half year: Hola Jennifer, You will love Sayulita! It s such a great place and wonderful beaches! The bus station (called CENTRAL) is a little bit north from the airport in Puerto Vallarta. Not within walking distance though. You can catch a cab from the airport and...

Mexico: Chiropractors needed in Ajijic/Guadalajara?, lake chapala, sweet mexico
lake chapala, sweet mexico, trip to mexico: Dr. Amy, Your questions are well-stated and I wish I could give you answers, but my knowledge of the Ajijic and Guadalajara communities is not extensive enough. I recommend that you join the Mexconnect forum. Many of the people who actively participate...

Mexico: Choosing region, charming colonial city, habanero chile
charming colonial city, habanero chile, yucatan peninsula: Johan: I take it this is your first incursion to Mexico? Well, there are so many places to visit, but I will recommend two regions that probably will leave you happy and hoping for more. First I can recommend the Yucatan Peninsula, staying away from the...

Mexico: Choosing region, night watchman, full kitchens
night watchman, full kitchens, weahter: Hi Johan, Well if you want warm weather, you need the southern coast. In that case I would suggest you look at Zihuatanejo (of course that is our favorite and where we have chosen to live). The food is amazing, the people are warm and gracious, the ocean...

Mexico: Coming from GDL to PVR, plaza las glorias, fiesta americana
plaza las glorias, fiesta americana, hotel marriott: Hola Tom! You ll find that Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta are like two completely different planets. Guadalajara huge, bustling and very city . Vallarta, very much resort town and layed back. All good. Re transportation from Guadalajara to Vallarta - any...

Mexico: Diesel UBA, volkswagen touareg, mexico thanks
volkswagen touareg, mexico thanks, diesel fuel: Hi Claude, All I can tell you is that that is what I have read. I have a friend in Manzanillo with a 5.0-liter V10 turbodiesel Volkswagen Touareg and he tells me that is also correct. He does a lot of driving between MZO and Guadalajara as well as...

Mexico: Driving from McAllen to Ajijic, calgary alberta canada, rubbermaid containers
calgary alberta canada, rubbermaid containers, cardboard boxes: Hi Fred, I am concerned about you coming in with the trailer. Do you have your FM3? Take the Nothing to Declare lane, I always do. There are 2 checkpoints, one at the border, one 18 km inside Mexico both with a redlight/greenlight check. Have an itemized...

Mexico: Driving from SMA to PV, san miguel de allende guanajuato mexico, puerto vallarta jalisco mexico
san miguel de allende guanajuato mexico, puerto vallarta jalisco mexico, san miguel de allende guanajuato: I would go to http://www.expedia.com/pub/agent.dll?qscr=mrfn&&zz=1161266777366& and enter: From: San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico To: Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico This will give you pretty precise direcrtions. I don t understand your question...

Mexico: the destenation between san diego to los barrilos, four bridges, mexican insurance
four bridges, mexican insurance, rental cars: Right now, there are four bridges collapsed along the highway and with more rain coming it will be months before they are repaired. It takes 22-24 hours normally. American rental cars can provide Mexican insurance for the trip. I think going by bus is a...

Mexico: driving - puarto vallarta to ajijic, gorgeous countryside, extinct volcanoes
gorgeous countryside, extinct volcanoes, lazaro cardenas: Hi Rick,Only drive in the day time. And follow the signs to Chapala. From PV take 200 north, it is a twisty road in spots so take care. At Compostela you will see signs to Guadalajara via the Cuota (Toll Road) 15. About 80 km on you will hit the Cuota...

Mexico: Ejido Land Near PV?, banderas bay, ocean front property
banderas bay, ocean front property, quimixto: Ed I expect the land is ejidal land and not easily available to purchase by anyone. If the land is ejidal then you cannot get it into a bank trust. Many people have purchased ejidal land and have built on it. I do not believe that I would by ejidal land....

Mexico: Chiropractors needed in Ajijic/Guadalajara?, ajijic mexico, chiropractic colleges
Mexico: Chiropractors needed in Ajijic/Guadalajara?, ajijic mexico, chiropractic colleges, counterfeit documents

Mexico: legalizing a car in mexico, bella flores, cool service
Mexico: legalizing a car in mexico, bella flores, cool service, 10 months

Mexico: Moving to Acapulco, Mexico, going to mexico, lilt
Mexico: Moving to Acapulco, Mexico, going to mexico, lilt, food clothing

Mexico: summer living in Puerto Vallarta, very reasonable prices, jalisco
Mexico: summer living in Puerto Vallarta, very reasonable prices, jalisco, puerto vallarta

Mexico: one way car rental and mex insurance, rental recommendations, tijuana
Mexico: one way car rental and mex insurance, rental recommendations, tijuana

Mexico: health issue in Mexico, nasal congestion, antihistimine
nasal congestion, antihistimine, tlaquepaque: Sally, I am in Puerto Vallarta - far from Tlaquepaque - but it s probably the same there! Very difficult to find anything at all with Psuedoephedrine here - You can go to any farmacia - tell them the problem and what you are looking for and they will give...

Mexico: hospital or birthing clinic, childbirth in Mexico, delivering a baby in Mexico
childbirth in Mexico, delivering a baby in Mexico: Alyssa, Congratulations on your pregnancy! This is a topic that is near and dear to my heart since I learned a lot and had a wonderful experience -- one that I think I could only have had in Mexico. I can t answer your question about Puerto Vallarta-specific...

Mexico: Importing a car from mexico to the US, brand new car, importing a car
brand new car, importing a car, ford dealership: Hi, Charles: I know you can import Fords, Chevys and any american made car to the US. I think it is possible to import any car to the US, you only have to comply with environmental laws and pay a nationalization fee. Some cars may require to be retrofitted...

Mexico: Internet, rosarito baja california, baja nomad
rosarito baja california, baja nomad, lucas bay: Your best bet for really local information is Baja Nomad Bulletin Board. Since you are moving there, you will have many more questions than Internet connections. Register on the board and ask your future neighbors what you need to know. There are thousands...

Mexico: Living in mexico, month old baby, third world country
month old baby, third world country, american doctors: Hi, Savannah: Mexico might be a third world country, but Medically it is very close to the US. The country has public hospitals that are pretty much free. All vaccines in Mexico are free to all children unless you choose to go to a private doctor or clinic...

Mexico: legalizing a car in mexico, importing a vehicle to Mexico
importing a vehicle to Mexico: Elba, You ask a very important question because legalizing a car in Mexico is not always worth it, let alone possible. Here is the Aduana web site about importing vehicles: http://www.aduanas.sat.gob.mx/aduana_mexico/2007/A_Body_Vehiculos.htm notice that...

Mexico: local bus ervice P.V. to La Penita, la penita, last bus
la penita, last bus, taxi driver: Hello Jack... Your 6:15 pm arrival should have you by taxi at the bus station by 7:15 - 8:00 pm. I cannot tell you what time the buses stop running north, but I am confident in saying that you will be way ahead of the last bus. Your taxi driver should...

Mexico: Moving to Acapulco, Mexico, living in Mexico, children in Mexico
living in Mexico, children in Mexico, vaccinations Mexico: Hello Savannah, Congratulations on your upcoming move to Mexico. You are wise to be planning for the important details and to be thinking about how you can invest in your financial stability in Mexico. The nature of your questions show that you have quite...

Mexico: mexico advise, mayan region, playa del carmen
mayan region, playa del carmen, rv park: Hi Mardy, I think you might enjoy Puerto Morelos. You can do a search on the net and you will see many options for info, which will also tell you about hotels. It is a charming little town- right on the ocean. You can snorkel right from the beach. Our...

Mexico: moving to mozanillo, frog mario, hotmail
frog mario, hotmail, category html: Dear Shannon: Thanks for writing. Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manzanillo,_Colima Solutions Abroad http://www.solutionsabroad.com/en/cities/manzanillo.html SA/Security http://www.solutionsabroad.com/en/security/security-category.html...

Mexico: Parking Car in Puerto Vallarta, parking garages, secure parking
parking garages, secure parking, bucerias: Heather There are not many parking garages available in Vallarta at least not for long term. Your hotel may have secure parking available. Many residential units will have parking available. I live in Bucerias 20 km north of Vallarta and I feel safe...

Mexico: All about possibilities to travel by bus, bus travel Mexico
bus travel Mexico: Marliz, It sounds like you are planning a fun trip in Mexico. The two options I recommend are flying and going by bus. A week isn’t enough time to drive and it’s even a bit short if you are going by bus because the trip is over 7 hours from Guadalajara...

Mexico: question on contacting a rancho in mexico, Mexico phone numbers, phone directory Mexico
Mexico phone numbers, phone directory Mexico: Jessica, I m sorry you are having trouble getting in contact with your family. Unfortunately en los ranchos this is normal. First of all, just keep dialing at different times of day and on different days. We have family in a rancho and sometimes the...

Mexico: safe to drive?, 5th wheel, spanish thanks
5th wheel, spanish thanks, toll roads: Hi Katie, I would do the drive but only in the daylight and stick to the cuotas(toll roads). Neighbours here in Ajijic just did the same drive in a huge motorhome and are on the way back north now. The cuotas do charge by the number of axles you are driving...

Mexico: summer living in Puerto Vallarta, lake chapala area, electric bills
lake chapala area, electric bills, hot days: Hi, Of course, we have way less Americans-Canadians living here in the summer time although that seems to increase each summer! Rains usually begin June-July and continue through the beginning of October. The normal day is clear and hot days with the clouds...

Mexico: trailering, internal tanks, first timer
internal tanks, first timer, online maps: I am glad you are driving to Mexico. It will be a wonderful experience. First of all, diesel is even more plentiful in Mexico than in the USA, so you have no reason to be concerned. There are plenty of gas stations. If by, I also carry enough diesel ......

Mexico: transportation, cabo san jose, los cabos
cabo san jose, los cabos, inexpensive transportation: Every hour or two, there is an executive and a regular bus ranging from 16-25 dollars each. The trip is 2.5 hours and very winding. Actually the exec one goes to the airport and the other stops at the freeway where the airport connects. You can walk to the...

Mexico: transportation, cabo san lucas, los barriles
cabo san lucas, los barriles, car and drive: Not real familiar with the bus schedule, but here is some information that I found: Bus service runs along the carreterra (highway) which is approximately 1 mile east of the airport but is NOT available to or from the airport itself. You may consider taking...

Mexico: trip from san antonio to sayulita, marie paule, gob mx
marie paule, gob mx, toyota rav4: Hi Marie-Paule, Driving all that way alone will tire you out. Please take the Cuotas (Toll Roads) and only drive in the daytime. For insurance you can get it online from several companies including www.tiocorpinc.com/InsuranceServices/ An email copy...

Mexico: Viaje, mapa carretero, richard melzer
mapa carretero, richard melzer, mario gonzales: Saludos, Richard. Mi apellido paterno se escribe con zeta, al final. Disculpas por la tardanza en contestar. Tu pregunta me recuerda de una vez que a mi y a mi hermano nos paró una patrulla de caminos de Texas. Como extranjeros en EUA somos muy cuidadosos...

Mexico: viaje, pasaporte mexicano, cula
pasaporte mexicano, cula, ellos: Edgar: Depende de si eres Mexicano o Americano por nacionalidad, tambien depende si te vas a adentrar en México o solo van a la franja fronteriza. Pero básicamente, si quieres regresar a EEUU, necesitas un pasaporte (Americano) y una carta de tus padres...

Mexico: one way car rental and mex insurance, rental car company, cabo san lucas
rental car company, cabo san lucas, car hire company: You have found the impossible plan. US companies do not want to rent cars to be left in Cabo San Lucas. The ones in Mexico have to be registered in Mexico, so you are asking a US rental car company to drive the car you rented all the way back (2 days) to...

Mexico: whale watching, whale watching tours, marine biologist
whale watching tours, marine biologist, vallarta adventures: Hi Melissa, I highly recommend going with Oscar Frey for the whale watching. It truly is an experience of a lifetime. You can see the article I wrote about it here: http://www.banderasnews.com/0912/nb-oceanfriendly.htm It s amazing! Feel free to email me...

Mexico: woman driving alone to mexico, pam smith, wise idea
pam smith, wise idea, border areas: It is not a wise idea to drive accross the borders into Mexico, especially being a woman traveling alone. There has just been to many kidnappings, murders, etc in the border areas due to the drug wars going on. I would advise if you want to travel to...

Mexico: we are afraid..., san felipe baja ca, nogales area
san felipe baja ca, nogales area, san felipe baja: Hi Rene please ask me as many questions as you need, I do not mind at all. But it could be quicker if you email me at chapalagringo@yahoo.com. Go to travel.state.gov and there should be a link on traveling in Mexico. Let me know if you have trouble...

Mexico: bus tours to Teotihuacan Aztec ruins, aztec ruins, available tours
aztec ruins, available tours, van dam: Hola Noemi and thank you for your email. I am not sure of the information you have requested but I highly recommend that you contact Astrid Van Dam who has Superior Tours here in Vallarta. She is a guru on this type of information-tours, reputable and great...

Mexico: Cheap Hotels near P.V. bus station
Hi Neal, There are not really any decent hotels near the bus station (Called CENTRO). Only a few that are by the hour ! But not far is the Hacienda Buenaventura - nice, clean and budget. There are loads of small budget hotels near the downtown bus stop but...

Mexico: car rental/insurance in mexico, car rental insurance, guadalajara airport
car rental insurance, guadalajara airport, auto info: Hi Mary, you will have to get your insurance through the company you rent from. There are several car rental agencies Lakeside and you should be able to get a better deal. However it is high season. You might check Lakeside Rentals www.ajijiccarrental.com...

Mexico: cell phone for travel, sim cards, going to mexico
sim cards, going to mexico, new laws: I m sorry, but I don t know anything about this since I don t live in the USA. I live in Canada and Mexico. There are cell phones here in Mexico- the only type is TelCel, from the only phone company, TelMex. They are totally reliable. There are some new...

Mexico: driving in PV
Hi Rebecca, The cost of the taxi from and to the airport would depend on where you are staying. The cost FROM the airport to wherever you are going is going to be more because the airport is a federal zone - taxis are federally plated (which means increased...

Mexico: we are afraid..., ciudad juarez, information about mexico
Mexico: we are afraid..., ciudad juarez, information about mexico, drug related crimes

Mexico: cell phone for travel, cell phone or landline, travelling in mexico
Mexico: cell phone for travel, cell phone or landline, travelling in mexico, nextel phones

Mexico: purchase a golf cart, electric scooters, francisco villa
electric scooters, francisco villa, golf cart: I wouldn t suggest using a Golf Cart on our narrow cobbled streets, a Rhino might make sense and they are available here in town, but used, I m not sure. You can rent them here: Estigo Scooters, Av.Francisco Villa 384-A, 2 blocks east of the Mega Store, ...

Mexico: Questions about Morelos and Cuernavaca, cuernavaca
cuernavaca: Hello Stephen, Congratulations on your upcoming stay in Cuernavaca. I m sure it will be a very rewarding experience. I would be happy to answer your questions: 1. I don t recommend opening a bank account. If you were to read my section on bank in...

Mexico: Safety In PV
Hi Brad and thanks for your question. I apologize for the delay. This went to my spam! Here in Vallarta, no problems. We are fine. We have not taken specific or special precautions here in Vallarta. As I write this, I am listening to a radio station from...

Mexico: small portable oxygen for my mother while visiting, oxygen machine, mexico guadalajara
oxygen machine, mexico guadalajara, medical oxygen: Hi Mitzi, Nuevo Vallarta is good, also Punta Mita, Sayulita. I don t have access to any current prices but in Ajijic Charter Club www.charterclubtours.com.mx/ and Viajes Ajijic S.A. de C.V. 766-0203 Carretera Poniente 9, Ajijic can provide information...

Mexico: traveling by bus Puerto Vallarta to Melague, Melaque, Puerto Vallarta
Melaque, Puerto Vallarta, Busing: Hola Don, There are cheap hotels along Calle Francisco I. Madero in old town. One example is Hotel Hortencia www.hotelhortencia.com Make sure you ask to see the room before you pay! You can pick up a south going bus at the corner of Aquacate & V.Carranza....

Mexico: wedding planner in Guayabitios, marriage in mexico, wedding planners
marriage in mexico, wedding planners, legal marriage: Hello Sharon... A short answer to your question is, yes, there are wedding planners here? This can get complicated in a hurry. May I presume that the couple are foreigners to Mexico? Your first decision is do you want the wedding to be real, or will...

Mexico: Accomadation Guyabitos- Nov 22-29, spay and neuter clinic, spay and neuter
spay and neuter clinic, spay and neuter, barbie dolls: Hello Melissa... You will be happy with either of the hotels you named. If you cannot find a web site for them and if they do not respond to your email, you should not worry. They will not be full. If they do not have a room that suits you, you could...

Mexico: bus schedule, night in mexico, estrella de oro
night in mexico, estrella de oro, leaving canada: Hi: Buses leave from Mexico City to Acapulco every two hours. I hear the best buses to Acapulco are on Estrella de Oro luxury line, you can look up schedule on : http://www.estrelladeoro.com.mx/ I believe there is one leaving around 11 p.m. I do recommend...

Mexico: CAR INSURANCE, speek english, operadora de fondos lloyd
speek english, operadora de fondos lloyd, plaza marina: The one place I ve heard of is Lewis & Lewis, www.mexicanautoinsurance.com Mexican registered cars cost more for insurance than US plated, don t ask me why ? You could also try Operadora de Fondos Lloyd SA Plaza Marina L-A-48 (322) 221-3101 http://www.grupolloyd.com.mx/insurance/oficinas.ht...

Mexico: Cordizone injection, cortisone, venetian
cortisone, venetian, pamela: Hi, I apologize for the delay in answering. I have been computerless for over a week and now back up and running! Can you please email me at pamela@healthcareresourcespv.com and we can get you set up for an appointment with a good orthopedic physician....

Mexico: cost of chiropractic session, ajijic, doctor visit
ajijic, doctor visit, chiropractor: Hi Chardin, Sorry, I do not know what the charges might be. In Ajijic/Chapala a regular doctor visit is 200 to 300 pesos. My Dr charges me 200. In Guadalajara a regular doctor visit is about 600 pesos, quite a bit more than Lakeside. Hope that...

Mexico: Driving to Puerto Vallarta, mexico auto insurance, nuevo laredo
mexico auto insurance, nuevo laredo, driving questions: Hi Susie, it sounds like you are well prepared for your trip, but I have a few suggestions for you. Please excuse the simple suggestions that so many people forget. I know a couple of people that crossed the bridge in Nuevo Laredo but somehow did not see the...

Mexico: Guayabitos area day trips, san blas, adventure hikes
san blas, adventure hikes, physical shape: ps... check out this photo essay that I wrote last summer: http://www.tomplattenberger.com/Site/El_Monteon_Creek.html Hola Linda... Lucky you, only 50 years old and spending a whole month in Mexico! It sounds like you have few restrictions that...

Mexico: travel to Puerto Escondido, nuevo laredo, laredo tx
nuevo laredo, laredo tx, little rock ar: Contact ado.com.mx, or look for the ADO website if this link is wrong. It is the main bus company in the country. You can get from Nuevo Laredo to Mexico City, then Mexico City to Oaxaca. In both cases the Platino service is best, but GL will also work....

Mexico: como legalisar una camioneta, nuevo laredo, gob mx
nuevo laredo, gob mx, laredo texas: Apreciable Trinidad: Tienes que ponerte en contacto con un agente aduanal. Para saber cual es alguno recomendable tienes -ya que estás en Nuevo Laredo- ponerte en contacto con el de Laredo, Texas http://www.sre.gob.mx/acerca/directorio/consulados/laredo.htm...

Mexico: Driving Tour of Pacific Coast, road logs, road maps
road logs, road maps, specialized road: Greg, First of all, good for you. That is a trip your kids will remember all their lives. That is how I fell in love with Mexico. Is it worth it to drive all the way to Acapulco? ACA is certainly different than any other beach town because it is a city...

Mexico: Jail in Santa Rosalia, B.S.C., santa rosalia, citizen services
santa rosalia, citizen services, president www: Dear Ann: Best thing to do is contact your consular agent. Pertinent information here http://tijuana.usconsulate.gov/service/contact-citizen-services.html Best of luck! President www.securitycornermexico.com Culture of Safe Travel, Crime and...

Mexico: Laredo to Manzanillo, laredo area, columbia bridge
laredo area, columbia bridge, nuevo laredo: Hi Ed, I am not up to date on Laredo crossing. Many people now take the Columbia Bridge to avoid Laredo. You might find the information you need by going to www.chapala.com Select Forums, Mexico General and do a search for Laredo Crossing. The...

Mexico: legalizing cars, going to mexico, border towns
going to mexico, border towns, customs: I don t know anything about the US since I am Canadian and live in Mexico. However, I do know that only the registered owner can legalize a car. Also, during the past few months, there have been several changes to import laws in Mexico. I would recommend...

Mexico: Periodista, ciudad de guadalajara, guadalajara jalisco
ciudad de guadalajara, guadalajara jalisco, hotmail: Hola Adolfo: Te puedo dar los datos de el prof. Remberto Hernández Padilla, del Colegio de Periodistas de Jalisco, el cual te puede guiar no solo en cuanto a licencias, sino que tambien cualquier otro trámite que puedas necesitar para ejercer la profesión...

Mexico: Planning road trip, pet friendly motels, guadalajara mexico
pet friendly motels, guadalajara mexico, zihuatanejo mexico: I will certainly answer your questions. However, at the moment, I am very busy with my daughter s wedding which takes place tomorrow here in Zihuatanejo, Mexico. Would you please email me personally at lleonard@mymts.net and I will be very pleased to answer...

Mexico: Real estate agents you trust in Chapala, local bus service, private question
local bus service, private question, racquetball club: Hi Barbara, I cannot provide the realtors names that I like on this public forum. If you send an email to justmeinmexico@hotmail.com I will provide names. Or you can ask me a Private Question on AllExperts. The local bus service is exemplary along the...

Mexico: USA sports tv stations, television package, dish network
television package, dish network, ajijic: Hi Howard, there are a number of people in the Chapala Ajijic area that have Dish network and subscribe to the channels you are interested in. It is necessary to have a 6 foot or larger dish however. Sorry I do not know the monthly charge. One supplier...

Mexico: Vacation rental marketing, video marketing, newsletter creation
video marketing, newsletter creation, great marketing: I don t know anything about how to get your rental listed, but I can tell you some of the companies that I use when I book villas for my clients. Perhaps they will be willing to list your property as well. Villa of Distinction http://www.villasofdistinction.com/...

Mexico: Ajijic B&B, PV Hostel, RV Parks in both, rv parks campgrounds, lake chapala
rv parks campgrounds, lake chapala, san luis soyatlan: Hi Katie, I m sorry I am not familiar with the hotels/B&B/hostels you asked about. We always stayed in our RV. Regarding the RV Parks, do you have the book on Mexican RV Parks/campgrounds by Mike & Terri Church? It is the bible for RVers and would answer...

Mexico: Apartments in Veracruz, boca del rio, price apartments
boca del rio, price apartments, working in mexico: Alicia, I am concerned, from the wording of your letter, that you may not know that what you are asking about it nearly impossible to do. I would rather give you an honest answer than to encourage you to do something that will only result in trouble. ...

Mexico: auto permit, fm3 visa, tourist visa
fm3 visa, tourist visa, temporary import: The Temporary Import Permit can t be extended, the vehicle has to leave the country. One alternative for you would be to drive to Mazatlan and cross to Baja on the ferry. Baja is a free zone and you would have in-effect left the part of the country that...

Mexico: battery handicap scooter rental, handicap scooter, scooter rental
handicap scooter, scooter rental, wheel chairs: My first thought would be to check with the resort it self and see if they have any recommendations for scooter rental. I did a little research and found this website: http://www.accesiblemexico.com/destinations.html Hopefully it will help you. Pa...

Mexico: border cross when flying from Mexico airport, mexican auto insurance, customs and immigration
mexican auto insurance, customs and immigration, mexico mike: Guy, I have done this myself. No permits are required for border visits under 72 hours. No papers are required for cars until they travel into the interior (about 21 kilometers except in Sonora and Baja). So neither you, nor your car, need no stinkin...

Mexico: bus, central bus station, book bus
central bus station, book bus, html book: I suggest that after you leave the airport, go to the Central Bus station, which is quite close, see map: http://vallartainfo.com/marina.html book your ticket there. If you are staying in town, you can catch the bus at the corner of Aguacate and Carranza...

Mexico: car business, cable tv companies, car businesses
cable tv companies, car businesses, speed reliability: There are now used car businesses here, you couldn t compete with them on price, because of the duty you would have to pay. Pick-up trucks are the most popular, the bigger the better, but most people go to Guadalajara to buy, they have big swap-meet type sales...

Mexico: Driving into Baja, texas border town, planning a roadtrip
texas border town, planning a roadtrip, border crossings: Hi Alvin, sorry I cannot be of much assistance with your problems. I have never crossed into Baja from the USA. Certainly at crossings in to Mexican STATES, YES you must have the Tourist Visas and Car Import Sticker. I would think the Baja would be the...

Mexico: driving to mexico from US, mexican auto insurance, lake chapala area
mexican auto insurance, lake chapala area, vaccination certificate: Hi Jeanette, I live north of Manzanillo but spend a lot of time Lakeside in the summer. I use this email justmeinmexico at hotmail.com Just change the at to avoid spam and then I can give you my usual email address. Be sure to ask me about...

Mexico: Moving to Mexico with 3 boys, waldorf school, guanajuato
Mexico: Moving to Mexico with 3 boys, waldorf school, guanajuato, mackenzie

Mexico: Hostels PV, nh krystal puerto vallarta, mexico puerto vallarta
nh krystal puerto vallarta, mexico puerto vallarta, villa del palmar: The NH Krystal and the Villa del Palmar are the least expensive resorts that I will book. They averages about $560 a week, and both are very nice properties. http://www.nh-hotels.com/nh/en/hotels/mexico/puerto-vallarta/nh-krystal-puerto-vallarta.html http://www.villagroupresorts.com/resorts/villa-del-palmar-vallarta...

Mexico: help with travel, travel in Mexico, buses in Mexico
travel in Mexico, buses in Mexico: Hi Marcia, Congratulations on your fast-approaching trip to Mexico. One option is to take a bus from Mazatlan to Guadalajara, then from there to Guanajuato. You don t need to buy your tickets before you get there. Just stop in at the bus terminal in...

Mexico: Lake Chapala, lake chapala area, golf nut
lake chapala area, golf nut, passion play: Hi again, San Miguel is approx 150 miles. Easy drive. Mexicans are wonderful friendly people until they get behind the wheel of a car and then they only have one speed...fast. There are lots of B&Bs. Too many really, everybody new here thinks about opening...

Mexico: Living in an RV/Visa, fm3 visa, rv park
fm3 visa, rv park, zihua: Hi again Katie, Glad to help. Just remember- they (immigration) need to think you are living there. Of course, you are free to travel around Mexico, or anywhere else for that matter, once you have your FM3- they just need to believe that you have a permanent...

Mexico: leaving a car in mexico, mexican citizen, american citizen
mexican citizen, american citizen, import tax: If your husband is a Mexican citizen, he must pay import tax on the car in order to transfer the title to his brother so that the latter can register the vehicle in that State. He should consult a Mexican notary in Verycruz as soon as possible to start the...

Mexico: Map from American border to Lake Chapala, mexico auto insurance, canadian auto insurance
mexico auto insurance, canadian auto insurance, lake chapala: Hi Gary, Be sure to check out the LATEST information from Strom Moving in my information below. Driving from Laredo to Chapala to Manzanillo Mexico – General Information Your USA/Canadian auto insurance is not valid in Mexico. Do an Internet search on...

Mexico: Moving to Mexico with 3 boys, waldorf schools, cities of mexico
waldorf schools, cities of mexico, culture of mexico: Todd and Jennifer in SF, First off, the period of time you re allotting for the experience is perfect. In the life of child, a year is always more than a year and yet it s a short enough period that some of the complications of living in Mexico wont be...

Mexico: retirement, beach, retirement
beach, retirement, Yucatan: Hola, Tom! There are plenty of people who live here, even at the beach, on a lot less than $2000 US per month. Most of them are probably NOT expats, but some of them do too. You may not be able to rent a house on the beach, but maybe a few blocks from...

Mexico: Transportation, bus travel in Mexico
bus travel in Mexico: Katherine, You will probably need to plan two nights for your trip, since it will take you ALL DAY to get there. Just go to the bus station in Puerto Vallarta and take a bus to Guadalajara. At the new bus terminal in Guadalajara, you will be able to take...

Mexico: used cars in pv, junkyard cars, american cars
junkyard cars, american cars, car market: Actually, I am not sure how things work in PV, but the legalized car market is pretty saturated in the rest of the country, specially in the bigger cities. Most mexicans that deal in used cars bring broken down (junkyard) cars to Mexico, get them fixed for...

Mexico: Xalapa question, 19th century architecture, colonial architecture
19th century architecture, colonial architecture, suburban properties: Hi, Jeff: Unfortunately, Xalapa offers little to no colonial (prior to 19th century) architecture. The old downtown area still has few gems dating to the early 19th century, but they tend to be in such disrepair that they have to be all torn down (maybe the...

Mexico: bus from PV to El Grullo, Jal., El Grullo, Melaque
El Grullo, Melaque, Costa Alegre: Hola Damian, El Grullo is East off of Mex 80 which meets the Jalisco coast at Melaque. I would suggest to take a first class bus from PV to Melaque. From there you can either catch a direct 2nd class bus directly to El Grullo, or bus to Autlan and transfer...

Mexico: Cancun group trip, students grads, jennifer byrne
students grads, jennifer byrne, resort options: Hi Cindy, Thank you for your question. I would be happy to assist with your group s trip to Cancun. I ve traveled there over 30 times in my career. Its a wonderful and vibrant location with so much to see and do. As for the all-inclusive vs. non-inclusive...

Mexico: Changing from fm-3 back to fm-t, fm3, tourist visa
fm3, tourist visa, nordquist: Big No No, If your FM3 has expired your car is now illegal and can be confiscated. You need to go to the Aduana right away and, maybe, you can get by with a fine. Or go to Migración and see if you can resurrect your FM3, if they will only let you re-apply...

Mexico: car travel, mexico maps, san blas
mexico maps, san blas, pto vallarta: Lyn, Why do people always want to know the quickest route rather than the most interesting route? I beg of you to explore all the Mexico you will be driving through rather than just driving with blinders on going to one place and ignoring the rest of the...

Mexico: childbirth, hospitals, childbirth
hospitals, childbirth, citizenship: Although virtually anything is possible, this story is highly suspicious and I suspect your friend was lied to. The public hospitals charge little or nothing for childbirth and the private hospitals sometimes hold the patient until payment is made. So the...

Mexico: Interested in purchasing home in area, lake chapala area, drug cartel
lake chapala area, drug cartel, raquet club: Hi Lori: A tough question that I have been thinking about quite a bit lately. It certainly depends on your comfort level. In Canada I lived in the downtown area of a major city. Loved the neighbourhood and our Victorian Home. In the 6 years we were there,...

Mexico: Kids and a single mom moving to Mex, fm3 visa, lakeside area
fm3 visa, lakeside area, expat communities: Hi Diane, There are very large expat communities in Guadalajara and on the Lakeside, as well in many other major areas of Mexico such as Mexico City, San Miguel, Chiapas, etc. Over the past 12 years I have been in the Lakeside area, I have noted a definite...

Mexico: Lake Chapala, lake chapala area, ajijic mexico
lake chapala area, ajijic mexico, breakfast place: Hi Miroslava, there are so many wonderful B&Bs in the Lake Chapala area these days, and I cannot keep up on them any more. I m not sure what ones have a beautiful view of the lake and Mountains. Perhaps the Nuevo Posada hotel would suit your needs. http://hotelnuevaposada-ajijic.com/...

Mexico: Lake Chapala, lake chapala, houshold goods
lake chapala, houshold goods, fm3: Hi Lee, I think you should rent for 6 months to a year before deciding to buy. It will give you a much better idea about the area you want to live in. Village-Chapala, Ajijic, San Juan C, Joco, etc.? Gated? Condo? All have their positives and negatives....

Mexico: Lodging, luxury place, volunteer services
luxury place, volunteer services, tight budget: Hi Katie, I am not sure why I didn t receive this sooner - I apologize for the delay in answering!!!! I don t think as seniors the Oasis would be a place you would want to stay. There are plenty of other places that would be budget and great places to stay....

Mexico: Medical facilities in Manzanillo, information questionnaire, new ambulances
information questionnaire, new ambulances, audencia: Hi Malcolm, this website lists the Medical Facilities in MZO. http://www.enjoymexico.net/manzanillo-hospitals-mexico.php It is the usual practice in Mexico if you have a heart attack to call the Red Cross. I know the Director in Mzo, an American lady...

Mexico: Moving to Mexico, minor ailments, charter tours
minor ailments, charter tours, best of both worlds: Hi Marita, well I love Mexico too and no question it is good for your health. Since you will only be here part time it will be no problem for you maintaining your BC Provincial Health Insurance and just pay as you go here for minor ailments. You might like...

Mexico: moving to Merida/ESL teaching, safety, mexico
safety, mexico: Yes, I can alleviate ALL your fears. I m a 54-year-old mother of a 24 year old... and I have lived in Merida for eight years. Your son is probably safer here than in any major city in the United States. You can read www.yucatanliving.com or www.thetruthaboutmexico.com...

Mexico: Peaceful vacation near Puerto Vallarta, puerto morelos mexico, puerto morelos
puerto morelos mexico, puerto morelos, relaxing vacations: I would suggest you check out the Barcelo la Jolla resort. It is on a secluded beach, away from all the vendors, and crowds associated with the long public beaches of Puerto Vallarta. They have one and two bedroom suites so won t feel cramped in a hotel room....

Mexico: Planning a Road Trip to Mexico, planning a road trip, day road trip
planning a road trip, day road trip, mexican insurance: Hi again, Driving to Cancun will take you quite awhile. It s around a 40 hour drive. I would suggest crossing at Brownsville, then head to Tampico, Vera Cruz, Villahermoso (be sure to see La Venta museum/zoo), Campeche (which is great shopping), Merida (which...

Mexico: RE Market, Temp & More Perm Housing, Snorkeling, lake chapala real estate, worldwide recession
lake chapala real estate, worldwide recession, real estate in mexico: Hi Katie, around the Ajijic zocalo are at least 3 hotels either facing the square or within a block. Ajijic Plaza Suites http://www.ajijichotel.com/ I have stayed here, clean but can be noisy as it faces the square. No parking in front of the hotel. ...

Mexico: RE yucatan, buying to early?, beach, mexico
beach, mexico, retirement: George, There is really no way to answer this question. If you had asked me a year ago, I would have said yes, buy now! because real estate was booming. But when real estate in the USA took a dive, real estate in Mexico did too. That said, there is...

Mexico: safety in Xalapa for college student, cusco peru, strawberry blond hair
cusco peru, strawberry blond hair, african roots: Hi, Serena: I wouldn t worry too much about her coloring. One of my good friends here, in Xalapa, is very Mexican and is 5 8 , as white as marble, with very curly and long strawberry blond hair. Mexicans come in way too many colors, from dark (some have African...

Mexico: Taking a car to Manzanillo, fm3, tourist visa
fm3, tourist visa, sanborns: Hi Jerry To bring a vehicle into Mexico you need original and one copy of Driver’s Licenses, registration, Passport and Birth certificate of all drivers, FM3 or Tourist Visa and a credit card. As long as your FM3 is up to date, your vehicle is legal...

Mexico: Transfer of title (car sale) in Mexico, smog check exemption, temporary importation
smog check exemption, temporary importation, temporary import: Hi Chara, it is illegal for a foreigner to sell a foreign plated car in Mexico to a Mexican nor to another foreigner. You must take the car out of Mexico, have the present owner turn in and cancel the Temporary Import sticker. The owner when they first...

Mexico: taking te bus, bus station, buses
bus station, buses, pamela: I do not know if you will receive this in time. You need to go to the bus station (Called CENTRAL) which is located north of the airport in Vallarta. Check the boards-companies as to which buses go to Mazatlan. I believe they leave twice a day. Thanks, Pamel...

Mexico: travel with bus, bus travel Mexico
bus travel Mexico: Hello Roya, Bus schedules don t really exist in Mexico because the bus service is so fast, frequent and easy to access and they just aren t necessary. On line information about buses is very rare. Just go to the station and find out what the schedule...

Mexico: Young American Living in Mexico, tepic nayarit mexico, mexican passport
tepic nayarit mexico, mexican passport, living in mexico: Hi, Well he should have no trouble getting residency and be able to work, you would really have to get married to qualify, or work under the counter, as many gringas do here in PV. Now, making enough money is another matter, obviously in a tourist area like...

Mexico: Americans moving to Yucatan, yucatan, simple life
yucatan, simple life, merida: Hi Al... Your questions could take days to answer :-) so I have two suggestions for you: www.yucatanliving.com (check out especially the Yucatan Survivor category for schools, dentists, architects, banking info, etc.) and talk to the people at...

Mexico: Bus Schedules PV to Manzanillo & Return, eb eb, central bus station
eb eb, central bus station, flecha amarilla: This is the info from my web site: First class service to Manzanillo: The Flecha Amarilla - Primera Plus Line has a First Class bus at 07:45. Web Site.http://secure.primeraplus.com.mx/FAPWEB/Default.aspx?alias=secure.primeraplus.com.mx/fapweb/primeraplus...

Mexico: Buying car in Mexico vs. bringing car from US, mexican auto insurance, fm3
mexican auto insurance, fm3, purchasing a car: Anybody who lives in southern Oaxaca has got to be alright in my book. Sure, you can buy a car without having an FM3. BUT you had better have a Mexican driver s license as you will need Mexican auto insurance. Oddly enough that is actually MORE expensive...

Mexico: Clinics, ciudad juarez mexico, mario gonzalez
ciudad juarez mexico, mario gonzalez, servicios medicos: Dear John. Thanks for writing. As a norm clinics, hospitals in Mexico do not -repeat, DO NOT- close for Mother s Day. This is information available in internet about Medica Internacional http://www.hotfrog.com.mx/Companies/Clinica-M%C3%A9dica-Internacional-De-Juarez...

Mexico: driving to Ajijic, mexican auto insurance, regular unleaded gasoline
mexican auto insurance, regular unleaded gasoline, nuevo laredo: Hi Debbie, The best driving information down from Laredo is from Strom moving. Go to their site at www.strommoving.com/ Look under Information, Driving South. Lots of good up to date information. If you get through Immigration in Nuevo Laredo early...

Mexico: Finances in mexico, oaxaca money, oaxaca exchange
oaxaca money, oaxaca exchange, mexico: About money exchange and ATMs, I ve written three articles about those topics, so go to the following links and I m sure that part of your request for information will be answered fully, but if not, ask me again: http://mexican-travel.suite101.com/article.cfm/using_an_atm_in_oaxaca_for_money_exchange...

Mexico: international bank draft, international bank draft, linda leonard
international bank draft, linda leonard, best exchange: Hi Jay, Sorry I didn t answer sooner- I did not receive your original question. The only thing I would suggest is that you go to your bank in Mexico, with passport of course, and cash it that way. That would probably be the best exchange rate you will get....

Mexico: international bank draft, Melaque, Barra de Navidad
Melaque, Barra de Navidad, Jalisco: Hi Jay, Thats a tough question, especially if the banks can t help you?? The only people that I know that would be able to help you is INTERCAM Financial Services. Gustavo is the manager of the Melaque, Jal. branch. Give him a phone call at 01.315.355.6291....

Mexico: La Penita rental, small refrigerator, economical place
small refrigerator, economical place, la penita: Hola Patrisha... Nice to hear that La Pe񩴡 was to your liking and that you wish to return. I am no longer engaged in finding or suggesting lodging. I can tell you that it is almost impossible to find a place to rent that does not include cooking...

Mexico: Long-term rentals, Meridia, Merida, safety
Merida, safety, Mexico: Debbie, First of all, the historic centro of Merida is NOT by the beach, but it is easy to find a nice place to rent and the beach is thirty minutes away by car or bus. OR, you can rent at the beach, and come into Merida on occasion. There is a LOT more...

Mexico: The Mayan Ruins, ancient mayan history, tourism in mexico
ancient mayan history, tourism in mexico, google: I am sorry, but I don t know any answers for you. I suggest you contact Dept of Tourism in Mexico City or Dept of Cultural Affairs- they might be able to help you. You would have to google for contact info for either of those. Sorry I can t help more...

Mexico: Medication, costalegre, costa alegre
costalegre, costa alegre, melaque: Hi Lary, Sorry, but I do not know the answer to your question. You should contact one of the Mexican Tourism offices below. http://www.mexonline.com/mxtur.htm http://www.inm.gob.mx/EN/index.php From my experience, if you have a letter from your doctor...

Mexico: Mexico Travel, going to mexico, full tank
going to mexico, full tank, fm3: Hello Renee... If you do not care how far into Mexico you get before sunset, there is no special time that is good to cross at Nogales. But, most people want to cross early, with a full tank of gas and some snacks to make it to Navajoa to spend the night....

Mexico: Moving to Mexico, government textbooks, mexican teachers
government textbooks, mexican teachers, mexico education: El bullying en Xalapa existe, pero es muy poco en comparación de lo que encuentras en EEUU. Las peores escuelas son las públicas a niveles secundaria y preparatoria en dónde los niños ya no son niños y ya no tienen guía familiar (si es que alguna vez la tuvieron)....

Mexico: morelia - taxco - puebla, Morelia, Taxco
Morelia, Taxco, Toluca: This is going to be difficult. Perhaps I can explain it this way: Morelia, Mexico City, and Puebla are on and east-west line, and a stop in the middle -- Mexico City -- is virtually unavoidable. Taxco, on the other hand, is south of Mexico City and accessible...

Mexico: renewing mexican drivers license, gob mx, mario gonzalez
gob mx, mario gonzalez, banamex: Thanks for writing. Please take a look at this page (all in Spanish) http://tramites.jalisco.gob.mx/infoTramite.php?ac=2&id2=617 Seems to me more than evident that you must request the new driver s license in person, after you ve paid for such a renewal....

Mexico: Tepic Dog Torture abuse video on Facebook, heinous crimes, horrible world
heinous crimes, horrible world, punitive actions: Dear Judy: I believe that I did answer this question earlier. Guess from some reason my message did not go through. Anyway, I sympathize wth you completely. Unfortunately, there is very little you can if you are not located PHYSICALLY in Tepic, since this...

Mexico: Travel from LX to Guaymas, vacation spot, pam
vacation spot, pam, borders: I am sorry but I do not know anything about hiring a taxi or car to cross the border. In fact the Government has issued warning to not cross the borders via car. My specialty lies with helping people find the best resort in their vacation spot. You might...

Mexico: Car destroyed in Veracruz - Where to go, tourist visa, 20 de noviembre
tourist visa, 20 de noviembre, aduana: Matthew: Unfortunately there is no easy fix to your problem: First you need to get proof that your car was destroyed, as you say, with police reports (those local transitos that came to your aide should be able to help you with that), some photos of the...

Mexico: Driving PV to Chapala, lazaro cardenas, highway 44
lazaro cardenas, highway 44, lake chapala: Hi Jordan, There are two free roads. ONE: This is the most scenic route through tequila country and the opals in Magdelena. Go north on 200 to Compostela. Carry on about 60 miles to Chapalilla. Here you can take the free road 15 that roughly parallels...

Mexico: Expert on the Maya?, vacation desires, mexico experts
vacation desires, mexico experts, elementary school students: Hi Cara, Sadly I am no expert on the Mayan Ruins. My expertise lies with helping customers find the right destination, resort and excursions to meet their vacation desires. You might check the bios of some of the other Mexico experts on this site...

Mexico: Healthcare in Playa del Carmen, cancun playa del carmen, playa del carmen
cancun playa del carmen, playa del carmen, personal decision: Congratulations on your upcoming nuptials! First your sister needs to check with her doctor to be sure that she is safe to travel. Second she needs to be sure to purchase travel insurance. If something should happen while she is in Mexico, her health...

Mexico: healthcare in Playa del Carmen, hospiten, riviera maya
hospiten, riviera maya, playa del carmen: Hi Jennifer, Here is the information in the Hospiten Riviera Maya: http://www.hospiten.es/hospiten/HOSPITEN/published_en/DEFAULT/con_hospitales.jsp?&CATID=77&PRDID=16770 I haven t had an instance where myself or any clients have needed medical assistance...

Mexico: healthcare in Playa del Carmen, resort style hotel, sweet mexico
resort style hotel, sweet mexico, playa del carmen: Jennifer, My first response is that there should be no problem, but I d hate to make light of the situation and then for something to happen. I assume you ll be staying in a big resort-style hotel and if that s true I m sure they can refer you to a doctor...

Mexico: Jenjenes/Noseeums, no see ums, jenjenes
no see ums, jenjenes, repellent: For one thing avoid areas that are anywhere close to water in the early morning and at dusk, if you ve ever been on the beach in San Blas, you d understand this. I use a local repellent called Autan, which works well for me, I like the cream over the spray....

Mexico: Mexico travel safety, rosarito area, rving in mexico
rosarito area, rving in mexico, trip to mexico: I am sorry, but we are mainland folks- haven t been to Baja. What are you travelling in? I would exercise additional caution around the border towns if travelling in an RV- the assumption is that you have money and good stuff and a big RV just puts it right...

Mexico: Safety Question, geography of mexico, cd juarez
geography of mexico, cd juarez, northeastern mexico: Thanks for asking, and (may I say humbly) asking the right person. The short answer is: by all means, go. The long answer is that I get this question all the time, so have put together some articles on my web site to give you a reasoned answer, without...

Mexico: aircraft, twin engine airplane, gob mx
twin engine airplane, gob mx, mario gonzalez: The answer is yes. Illegal drugs are flown into this country from South America 24/7. If you have a legal reason to fly into Mexico, please follow the recommendations as set forth in these guidelines: http://portal.sre.gob.mx/was_eng/index.php?option=displaypage&Itemid=66&op=page&SubMenu=...

Mexico: CanCun - Queretaro, driving in the usa, 500 pesos
driving in the usa, 500 pesos, mexico city: Jerry, When I get a question like this, I have to qualify the answer. You cannot compare driving in Mexico to driving in the USA, so distances and hours of driving are deceiving. The correct answer is that this is a two day trip if you are rushing and...

Mexico: Cruise to Mexico, carnival cruise lines, cruise ship passengers
carnival cruise lines, cruise ship passengers, mexico land: Passport cards are useful if you are only going to cross the borders with Mexico (land, sea or air), they are good for all of Mexico and the Caribbean but not to any other place in the World. Passports give you a broader coverage and you can travel anywhere...

Mexico: email address for Lenor Coomber, jaltemba bay, coomber
jaltemba bay, coomber, lenor: Hello Marcel... Sorry, no, I cannot help you. Lenor is no longer in business. I took a look at her site and I see that, as you say, there is no longer an email address there. I do know that she never did release a telephone number, relative to her work....

Mexico: MEXICO, visa, mexico
Mexico: MEXICO, visa, mexico

Mexico: LIVING IN MEXICO, lake chapala, mexico thanks
lake chapala, mexico thanks, mexican money: Angela, I apologize for the delay in answering. I have been out of town. I am actually in Puerto Vallarta which is about a five hour drive from Guadalajara. Vallarta is a completely different kind of area than Guadalajara. I suggest that you post on some...

Mexico: Living In Mexico, american retirees, mexican money
american retirees, mexican money, living in mexico: I have heard the same about Guadalajara, but we have only passed by there & haven t spent any real time there. To check on the current conversion from US $ to pesos, there are lots of free online conversion sites that will do that for you in a jiffy. Of course,...

Mexico: legalize a car in Mexico, mexican customs, customs office
mexican customs, customs office, mexican consulate: Hi, Miriam: Renewals of all permits have to be done at a Mexican Customs office. The law says that you have to return your old permit and sticker (attached to the windshield of the van) before you are allowed to get a new permit. You might be able to renew...

Mexico: living and working as an artist in Mexico, cabo san lucas, frog mario
cabo san lucas, frog mario, san miguel de allende: Dear Robyn: Thanks for writing. I am more than delighted to answer your question. In my professional past have worked for artists (painters, sculptors, art designers, etc.). To answer your question,I d first recommend that you visit Mexico, select the town...

Mexico: MEXICO, san miguel de allende, social security system
san miguel de allende, social security system, pharmaceutical wholesalers: 1. Guadalajara is a lovely city but non-citizens may not remain in the Republic for more than six months, so you might want to look for a place closer to the US. In any case, the best place to retire is the place you want to live. 2. The exchange rate...

Mexico: Are Mexican women very loyal to there husband, yes or no?, mario gonzalez, mexican women
mario gonzalez, mexican women, self confidence: Make no difference. Same answer (yes) while each person has her own characteristics: loyalty is a state of mind in the man. If you have doubts, these originate in you not in the .. woman. Jealousy or uncertainty is a problem of self-confidence. This applies...

Mexico: moving to mexico, mexican counterpart, immigration offices
mexican counterpart, immigration offices, customs agent: Colima is a beautiful part of the country with charm and culture. Now, as for your belongings. You are supposed to have a detailed list of what you are bringing down and receipts for most of it (the idea is that you can get stuff in once and then you have...

Mexico: Question(s) about northern Baja long Term Rentals, las gaviotas, male writer
las gaviotas, male writer, northern baja: I would go on the web and find the local real estate offices who also handle rentals as there are a few. I would work with them to find what you could. I would suggest a gated community such as Las Gaviotas. When you have your best price sorted out, please...

Mexico: weather in oaxaca, temperature in oaxaca, rain in oaxaca
temperature in oaxaca, rain in oaxaca, climate in oaxaca: Temperature is usually in the 80s. Rain is hard to predict. Most years it rains every couple of days, beginning around 4 or 5 in the afternoon and ending during the night. But last year there was very little rain until September. If you need any information...

Mexico: Airlines to mexico without US transit, ho chi minh, recomendations
ho chi minh, recomendations, mexico city: You ll have to fly through Europe- try Lufthansa or Air France. I just checked orbitz and there were flights from Ho Chi Minh/Europe/Mexico City. Alternatively, fly to Canada on Canadian Air and then take Mexicana or look for a direct charter from Vancouver...

Mexico: Best driving route from Mexico City to Reynosa, driving route, reynosa
driving route, reynosa, 40d: Vanessa, It is pretty simple. Just take MEX-57 North almost to Saltillo, taking the toll road version whenver there is a choice (although to me, they are not worth the money, but to each his/her own). Do take the toll (still MEX-57D) cutoff to avoid Saltillo....

Mexico: Car in Mexico, fm3 visa, truck registration
fm3 visa, truck registration, import taxes: Hi Mandy, the truck will be registered with your Visa under your name if you are listed as the owner. There is a good chance that the truck will be stopped at some point on your trip by Federalis or the Army. If the paperwork is not correct it could be seized....

Mexico: dentist, healthcare resources, email request
healthcare resources, email request, octavio: Kathleen, I apologize for the delay in answering. For some reason the email request went in to my spam! We work with, and highly recommend, Dr. Octavio Lomeli. He is a great, bi-lingual, highly respected dentist in the area. I recently did an article on...

Mexico: Expired pasport but have a visa, pasport, mexican consulate
pasport, mexican consulate, consulates: Hi, Kitzia: You can get a passport anytime before you head back to the US. I recommend finding out the times both in the Mexican Consulate closer to you in the US and at the oficina de pasaportes in the city closer to your destination (or home) in Mexico....

Mexico: mexico, claves lada, mario gonzalez
claves lada, mario gonzalez, buena suerte: Gracias por escribir. Entiendo que marcado ASI no puede ser México. Pues la clave de este pais es 52 MAS el número de LADA local. De hecho, creo que esa clave es del Reino Unido (UK). El 011 es solamente acceso a llamada internacional. Si desea ver...

Mexico: Planing a trip to Mexico in September with a teen, riviera nayarit, pyramid of the sun
riviera nayarit, pyramid of the sun, tourism in mexico: Thanks for writing, Debra. First of all become familiar with the contents of www.securitycornermexico.com Try the Travel Section (bottom, left) http://www.securitycornermexico.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=category§ionid=38&id=50&Itemid=1020...

Mexico: re: travel info, last ticket, west jet
last ticket, west jet, carruthers: Hi, I see from the WestJet web page that there s no flight to Toronto on the 15th. There are two flights on the 16th. There s probably no WestJet staff at the airport unless there s an incoming/outgoing flight, so I would suggest he goes there at those times....

Mexico: Traveling to mexico, double nationality, gob mx
double nationality, gob mx, dear victor: Dear Victor: Thanks for writing. My understanding is that if he is a United States citizen, he ought to apply for a tourist visa, unless he has DOUBLE nationality. Please address for the OFFICIAL standpoint in this issue here: http://www.sre.gob.mx/acerca/directorio/consulados/dirconsulados.htm...

Mexico: translation, professional translator, guerra de vietnam
professional translator, guerra de vietnam, mucha suerte: Sara, I feel uncomfortable with the idea of my role as an expert morphing into that of translator. There is no such thing as giving the jest. There is either a poorly-done translation, which would be misleading, or a well-done translation. Basically,...

Mexico: traveling to morelia and ixtapa, morelia, ixtapa
morelia, ixtapa : Laura: I have never travelled with a ten year old so I have no experrience in this area. I would fly into Guadalajara. You are about 3 hours from experrience. You could fly into Mexico City but it will take several hours just to get out of the city....

Mexico: update, all the hoopla, violent crimes
all the hoopla, violent crimes, us state department: Sharp eyes, Jackson. Actually the US State Department either moved or hid the more recent stats. I have seen some unofficially and they are about the same, but since I cannot quote the source, I don t put them up. There are still something like 50-75 murders...

Mexico: viajar de Ixtapa Zihuatanejo Puerto Vallarta, ixtapa zihuatanejo, mario gonzalez
ixtapa zihuatanejo, mario gonzalez, question index: Aqui esta tu respuesta (Ixtapa a Zihuatanejo) http://mx.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100330083853AAz28tu De Ixtapa a Vallarta lo mas fácil es volar a DF - Guadalajara y de cualquiera de ambos puntos a Vallarta. Mexicana o Aeroméxico deben tener...

Mexico: autobuses y trains, national bus lines, central de autobuses
national bus lines, central de autobuses, primeraplus: Hi Guapo, I am not aware of any passenger trains that go from Guad to MZO. The National Bus lines all leave Guadalajara from the Central de Autobuses in Tonala but you can buy tickets from many kiosks in the city and pick up a bus on its route. Check with...

Mexico: Bringing personnel stuff into Mexico, kitchen table and chairs, personal toiletries
kitchen table and chairs, personal toiletries, mexican customs: Hi Carole, You can hope for a green light at Aduanas but otherwise you MAY have trouble bringing the furniture in. These are the types of items usually brought in when you first have an FM3. It is probably going to be at the discretion of the Agent. If the...

Mexico: bus to melaque from PV, vancouver island, yahoo ca
vancouver island, yahoo ca, side trip: Hola Maggie, We live on Vancouver Island, but are currently on holiday in Saskatchewan. As far as I know Pacifico does not have a website, but they have hourly 2nd class buses heading to Manzanillo which stop at Melaque. There are only two Pacifico first...

Mexico: Driving to La Paz, boat plan, baja nomads
boat plan, baja nomads, 11th of september: Many people make the trip without incident. The road is single lane most of that way. I have done it many times. Safe only for those who obey the traffic laws for speed and courtesy. Most of the other drivers are safe people. Long runs with nothing but...

Mexico: Driving to La Paz, travel state gov, baja area
travel state gov, baja area, drug violence: The US Government warns its citizens not to cross the borders due to increased drug violence along the border towns: http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/tw/tw_4755.html I do not recommend driving to La Paz, but if you do I would think that a caravan...

Mexico: driving directions, Cancún, Mérida
Cancún, Mérida, Hopelchún: The distance from Cancún, Quintana Roo via Highway 180 or the toll road to Mérida, Yucatán, is 320 kilometers or 200 miles. You really shouldn t miss Chichen Itzá which is about half way, but not on the toll road. From Mérida is 167km (Highway 183 to Umán...

Mexico: Employment, mexican citizens, employment question
mexican citizens, employment question, selling cars: Hi Melissa, I think this site will answer your questions about types of Immigration and work related questions. www.mexperience.com/liveandwork/immigration.htm If you join the Manzanillo forum at http://69.73.170.179/ph5/list.php?15 You can...

Mexico: Driving to La Paz, big rig, tv mexico
Mexico: Driving to La Paz, big rig, tv mexico, mexico news

Mexico: HI, beautiful place, san andres
Mexico: HI, beautiful place, san andres, passport

Mexico: Spanish Immersion Schools, unesco world heritage, world heritage city
Mexico: Spanish Immersion Schools, unesco world heritage, world heritage city, safest city

Mexico: femanie items, mexican customs, us postal service
mexican customs, us postal service, daugther: Hi: Liquids are iffy not so much because of the Mexican customs, but for the US postal service... as long as you declare the value and the items contained (the real names and prices) there is usually no problem at all. BTW, your daugther can buy femenine...

Mexico: HI, san andres tuxtla, hurricanes and tropical storms
san andres tuxtla, hurricanes and tropical storms, stomach flu: Hey, Emily: San Andres is a very rural area, it is hot (90 s and higher), humid (and with flood suring rainy season due to hurricanes and tropical storms)and with marginal medical attention. It is beautiful (the little bit of jungle that is left due to over...

Mexico: Married to Mex. national, gob mx, working in mexico
gob mx, working in mexico, paper qualifications: Hello Nila, I m not an expert in this field but here is what I know. In order for a foreigner to work in Mexico they need an FM-3 Trabajo (work visa). These are usually hard to obtain, as you need paper qualifications (diplomas) for the field you intend...

Mexico: Puerto Vallarta from San Diego, jean answer, question thanks
jean answer, question thanks, personal stuff: Hola Jean, I am sorry but I don t know about a 3rd computer. We always travel with 1 laptop each for the 2 of us, so I have never had any experience with a 3rd. Actually, we have never been asked about computers at all! So I guess it is possible that no...

Mexico: Puerto Vallarta from San Diego, toll highways, blurry line
toll highways, blurry line, tourist visa: Well, Jean, you can bring stuff, but how much is a blurry line. On a Tourist Visa you can bring pretty much just your clothes, camera, laptop, bike and all that is personal (that you use on an everyday basis)and then you get a limit of 50 dlls worht of other...

Mexico: Spanish Immersion Schools, spanish immersion schools, san cristobal de las casas
spanish immersion schools, san cristobal de las casas, immersion program: Hi: I do not recommend Playa del Carmen because there are about three people in the whole town that do not speak English... in other words, there is no real immersion unless you Have to use your Spanish to communicate with people!!! I recommend you look...

Mexico: Spanish immersion program, Spanish language, Antigua
Spanish language, Antigua, Lago de Atitlán: To tell the truth, almost everyone in the tourist areas of México thinks he or she speaks English, and almost all of them want to practice. I think you might be better off in Guatemala, where costs are generally lower and Spanish language schools have almost...

Mexico: Spanish Lessons in Ajijic, lake chapala society, el ojo del lago
lake chapala society, el ojo del lago, calgary canada: Hi Kate, there are several schools and individuals giving Spanish lessons now. I haven t taken any in the last few years (I should) but a couple I know took the lessons last winter at the Lake Chapala Society and said the instructor and the course materials...

Mexico: getting sent back to mexico, immigration lawyer, voluntary departure
immigration lawyer, voluntary departure, fiance: If he is in the US without a legal visa, he is going to get deported no matter what. If he has a visa, no problem, he can get bail and figure a way to get charges either cleared or fines payed. If he is illegaly in the US he will be held in prison until deported...

Mexico: symbolic wedding, lomas travel, pam pam
lomas travel, pam pam, last minute flight: Have you booked your resort? If you have not, please find a travel agent in your area that can help you, as she/he may be able to find a resort that has some openings for a wedding. There are companies that also help you with weddings off property. You...

Mexico: travel, Jalisco, Bus
Jalisco, Bus, Passport: Hola Daniel, I m not an expert on this topic, but I will tell you what I know. Canadians & Americans use to be able to visit mexico with only their drivers licence ID, but that was before nine-eleven. Even if you could clear Mexican customs on the way...

Mexico: Xalapa Real Estate and Activities, aerobic dance exercise, english language publications
aerobic dance exercise, english language publications, indoor swimming pools: Hi, Katie: First answer: There are many sites to build near streams and canyons. Probably not near a waterfall or lake or oceanview. There are a few manmade lakes in Xalapa, but real estate there is probably over 1000dlls sq meter. We are about an 70 miles...

Mexico: bus schedule, getting to la manzanilla mexico, la manzanilla bus to puerto vallarta
getting to la manzanilla mexico, la manzanilla bus to puerto vallarta: Hi Tom, If you copy and paste the link below you ll find the phone numbers to the buses serving San Patricio Melaque and Barra de Navidad. I d call because the websites never seem to work properly- If you don t speak spanish, call and ask to speak to someone...

Mexico: bus travel, tap line, bus travel
tap line, bus travel, long trip: Yes, but it s quite a long trip. 12 hours to Guadalajara on TAP Line http://www.tap.com.mx/ Then 5 1/2 hours to PV on several lines, including TAP, Primera Plus and ETN. Take a blanket they run the A/C at full power ! Alternative is to fly on Volaris, fares...

Mexico: California drivers lic. in Mexico, cabo san lucas, california drivers
cabo san lucas, california drivers, california driver: Hi Jerry, I had the same case for several years until I bought a Mexican plated car. No, you do not need the California Driver s License. Don t forget that when you brought the car into Mexico, you signed a form promising to take it back out, backed...

Mexico: making reservations for bus travel, bus reservations, travel question
bus reservations, travel question, bus line: I ve never seen a schedule on-line, they have them at the bus station. Looks like they won t let you book on-line more than a month or so in advance. I would wait till later, I ve never had a problem getting a seat, even at the bus station. Several busses...

Mexico: get married on visa tourist in mexico, dual nationality, dual citizenship
dual nationality, dual citizenship, president www: Dear Ely: I believe all you require is your valid, tourist visa to demonstrate your legal stay in Mexico, to get married. Dual citizenship is something you may consider in the future, if such plans fall in place, for starts. I am sure you ll have to...

Mexico: Peanut Allergy in Puerto Vallarta, peanut allergy, epi pen
peanut allergy, epi pen, peanut oil: Wow! I certainly apologize for the delay in answering. I promise I did not receive these until today! Yes - peanut oil is used here, but usually vegetable oil. It is important to ask the staff at the restaurant - and if need be, go talk to the chef (sometimes...

Mexico: Working in PV, 50 pesos, hairstylists
50 pesos, hairstylists, hairdresser: I m afraid not legally You might be able to work the gringa community under the table, but to get a visa for working here as a hairdresser is not possible There are some gringo hairstylists who have set up shop here, which requires starting a corporation,...

Mexico: Bus Schedules, central bus station, bus schedules
central bus station, bus schedules, tepic: Mazatlan can be reached in 6.5 hours, via Tepic on TAP for 320 pesos, regular service. HERE S THE WEB SITE FOR TAP http://www.tap.com.mx You can catch it at the Central Bus Station, see this map, from my web site http://vallartainfo.com/marina.htm...

Mexico: Bus travel from loreto to cabo san lucas, cabo san lucas, baja nomads
cabo san lucas, baja nomads, loreto: Your choices are extremely limited. There are both bus service through Transportes Aguilas and car rental from Loreto. The Loreto bus may pass by the airport on the way to San Jose del Cabo, but it won t drive into the airport. It is about eight hours travel....

Mexico: birth registration, office of vital statistics, mexican consulates
office of vital statistics, mexican consulates, leon mx: Some of the regulations changed a few years ago so I recommend you gocall the closest Mexican Consulate to get input on this. They are very helpful and can even do the registry for you. In past times you could do the registry virtually anywhere where there...

Mexico: bus, central bus station, puerto vallarta
central bus station, puerto vallarta, buses: Hi Micheline, The buses depart from what is called CENTRAL (bus station) which is a bit north of the airport in Puerto Vallarta. There are various companies that have buses from Vallarta to Matzatlan. You can just go there and choose. For these particular...

Mexico: car rental, mexican insurance, renting a car
mexican insurance, renting a car, dents: Hi Dwight, I have rented cars and suvs several times in Mexico and Honduras and never had a breakdown. If you are with a national rental agency I cannot imagine that you would have a problem. Before renting a car anywhere the agent will go over the car...

Mexico: Driving from Ixtapa to Melaque, Melaque, Barra de Navidad
Melaque, Barra de Navidad, Perula: Hola Lee-Ann, Yes, you can drive up MX-200 Hwy, but due to the drug wars in Michoacan it could be dangerous. The ELITE Bus line is your best bet, as they run 1st class buses from Acapulco to Tiauna on MEX-200, which is along the coast. My main knowledge...

Mexico: lake chapala area, lake chapala area, school thanks
lake chapala area, school thanks, ajijic: Hi there, glad to help. It may be tomorrow before I get you a good answer. First, is you grandchild, bi-lingual? Your options are great if so, but if not, let me know and I can tell you the school of interest. I am sure Ajijic would have schools available,...

Mexico: landing in Cancun, puerto morelos, touristy places
puerto morelos, touristy places, playa del carmen: I don t think you will find anything non-touristy in Cancun. There are many more out of the way places to consider which are a short bus ride from Cancun- like Puerto Morelos. Also Playa del Carmen is touristy, but there are many little family owned...

Mexico: legalize my truck in mexico, import vehicles to Mexico
import vehicles to Mexico: Angel, From what I can read on the customs web site it appears that the answer to your question is no. Unless you are going to Baja California or the region of northern Mexico very close to the border (la franja) you cannot import a foreign vehicle less...

Mexico: moving to Espinal, Veracruz, poverty in mexico, typhoid fever
poverty in mexico, typhoid fever, poza rica: Kendra: I will be very candid with you: Espinal is a tiny little town in the mountains, about an hour or two from the coast (depending on the roads that tend to always be very bad in that area). There are no mayor hospitals, there are no supermarkets, there...