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10 Ways We are Worldschooling in Mexico – Life in Mexico with Kids

10 Ways We are Worldschooling in Mexico - Life in Mexico with Kids

We have been living abroad for almost four years, worldschooling in Mexico with our four children. We moved here in 2013 from the USA. Our goal was to live a simple life, spend time together as a family, stay healthy, and put our Bible ministry in the forefront of our lives. So far we have […]

22 Photos of Tequila, Jalisco That Will Have You Thirsting for a Visit – Beautiful Mexico

22 Sweet Photos of Tequila, Jalisco - the Mexican Town That Will Have You Thirsting for a Visit

Tequila, Jalisco is a sweet little town not very far from the big city of Guadalajara in Southern Mexico. We were in Guadalajara for a Bible convention and we decided to drive a few more miles to Tequila for a short visit to another part of beautiful Mexico. We wanted to tour the Jose Cuervo distillery […]

12 Photos of Santa Clara del Cobre, A Copper Town in Beautiful Mexico

12 Photos of Santa Clara del Cobre, The Copper Town of Michoacan, Mexico

Santa Clara del Cobre is a small town in Michoacan, Beautiful Mexico, that is famous for copper, (cobre means copper). The native Purépecha people in this area are skilled in coppersmithing and you can find copper goods and crafts in abundance here. Santa Clara del Cobre has an annual copper festival in August and it was named […]

10 Things to Do In Patzcuaro – Beautiful Mexico Series

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Patzcuaro is a city in Michoacan, Mexico. It is a bit of a tourist attraction for Michoacan visitors, but it has maintained it’s charm and beauty. It is definitely “real” Mexico and that is the best part! It’s authenticity! Patzcuaro is a 12 hour drive from the Texas border. It is located in the mountains between […]

Vacationing in Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo

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We took our second trip to Ixtapa and Zihuatanejo in May with my parents. They were visiting Mexico for their first time, and I wanted to take them to beach. Since Ixtapa is only four hours from our home in Uruapan, this was a good choice for a little side trip. Unfortunately it was not […]