Mexico with Heart offers you over 500 pages of information and tales on living, traveling, and retiring in Mexico. It’s based on:
- The many trips I’ve made to Mexico, beginning when I was 10, and continuing off and on ever since then… over half a century!
- My experiences of the past few years… when my husband Kelly Hart and I lived in a little home we bought in San Juan Cosala, by Lake Chapala and very close to the better-known expat favorite locale, Ajijic.
- Voracious reading, online and off, of everything to do with living in Mexico. As a former reference librarian, I love ferreting out information!
This website is a combination of a website I did back in 2004 and the blog I wrote regularly since then. They both tranformed into this site in May and June, 2009.
What’s on Mexico with Heart?
To browse for topics that might interest you, take a look at the long Categories list on the right sidebar. The search box on the sidebar is also useful.
To read the story of a two-month RV trip in Mexico that my husband Kelly and I took in our small motorhome, click on Our Mexican RV Trip in the top menu bar, or on this link.We went south from Texas, along the Gulf coast into the state of Veracruz, then turned inland to Teotihuacan, San Miguel de Allende, and other points, in January and February of 2003.
To watch our short videos on Mexico, you can also use the menu bar to see the list, or just click on this link. Most of these are on Youtube as well.
Some other sections of the site: — books, posters, t-shirts, how to learn Spanish — are available from the menu bar as well.
Enjoy, and come back again! Here’s what one reader told me (used by permission):
I can’t remember the last time I spent so much time reading a blog for enjoyment.
Jim Williams, Marana, AZ