A reader writes: Hello, This year my fiance will be released from prison and deported back to Mexico (6yrs in). He has been in the US since he was 5. All of his family is here, but he doesn’t want to chance coming back (he just served 6 for crossing twice) so he left me with the task of finding where is safer: Nogales or Agua Prieta. Here is a little about me: I’m white , green eyes, super […]
Hi Lorena and Carl! I just wanted to let you know that I'm now the regional Mexico editor for http://www.facebook.com/l/113c8swSUxLJy2s7X-hRMrV9JyA;NileGuide.com and that I have 15-20 paid writing positions available for writers living in Mexico. The position pays a flat rate for two months ($250 US) and then moves to a minimum of $100, with a performance bonus based on pageviews. I need two types of writers – Regional and Anchor. The Regional writer will write about a specific region […]
Frequently Asked Questions about Working In Mexico Please feel free to add your own comments, suggestions and personal experiences via the Comments link. As new questions come in I’ll add them to this post, so if the topic interests you I suggest that you subscribe. 3 March 2010 I was reading your website and you definitely offer some great information. I have been considering relocating to Mazatlan for the past 16 months and I am getting closer and closer to […]
Without delay I set up residence in an inexpensive downtown hotel. I remember it was about four o’clock. I remember because the moment I entered my room, I dropped my backpack, grabbed my recently made jewelry and rushed out to find a place to sell my wares before the sun set.
A new edition of A Vagabond in Mexico is available. The book was originally published in 1993, and it is as timely today as it was then.
Looking at coming to Mexico mid 2009 to teach english and enjoy the lifestyle that this will afford but am worried re the economy? how is the financial crises affecting the work, esp teaching, in Mexico and is it becoming more expensive as a result? Many thanks, Matt Carl’s comment: Matt, I’ve copied your questions to the Talk About Mexico forum, “Please Introduce Yourself”.
I’ve just been reading an interesting article in the Mexico Matters newsletter by Jose Perez called “Baja California Real Estate, a Retrospective 1984 – 2008”. The title is quite a mouthful and so is the article. Mr. Perez is an American investment consultant who lives in northern Baja. He has strong feelings about living and doing business in Mexico and isn’t timid about speaking his mind.