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Category Archives: Mexico Photography

55 Fabulous Photos of Mexico City in Beautiful Mexico

55 Fabulous Photos of Mexico City in Beautiful Mexico

Mexico City. Whenever I heard the name of the largest city in North America, I used to think of pollution and dirt. I don’t know why I formed that opinion, but I after visiting Mexico City, I withdraw my previous view :-) Mexico City is huge. I am sure it is polluted. And yes, some […]

Life in Mexico and The Cost-of-Living – Two Weeks in a New Country

Life in Mexico and The Cost-of-Living - Two Weeks in a New Country

UPDATED 9/15/2018 with the current exchange rate of 1 USD to 18.95 pesos – Well, maybe it has not been quite two weeks but close enough ;-) So far life in Mexico is good and the cost-of-living is great! Keep reading below :-) Monday is officially laundry day and car wash day. We spend a […]

La Mesa in Patzcuaro, Beautiful Mexico – Good Food and A Great View!

I have written a post or two about Patzcuaro in the past. It is an authentic little town about 45 minutes North from Uruapan, in Michoacan’s mountains. My husband, Brad, gave a short Bible talk there in an English congregation in February. Afterward, we treated ourselves to dinner at La Mesa.  Their website calls itself […]

Caleta de Campos – A Sunny Beach Town in Michoacan, Beautiful Mexico

Caleta de Campos - A Sunny Beach Town in Michoacan, Beautiful Mexico

We love the beach! And my mom-in-law loves the beach too! So whenever she visits, it’s beach time! We live in Michoacan and it has some fabulous beaches. We rented a home in Caleta de Campos for a few days and it had the best view plus a pool for the kids. We spent all […]

Day in the Life of an Expat in Mexico – Going to the Doctor

Day in the Life of an Expat in Mexico - Going to the Doctor

Exciting, I know. A doctor’s visit. Not something that a person would normally write about, much less photograph. But when you are an expat, a person who has moved to a country that isn’t their birthplace, everything tends to be a little different from home. For the most part, it’s all good. You accept it for […]