A Quick Update

In 2010, we moved back to the small town in Colorado that I never stopped missing while we lived in Mexico. Now I sometimes miss Mexico, but I wouldn't travel as freely as we did when we were there, camping out in remote areas and so forth.

Mexico today is in a period of change, and in many ways it is more dangerous now. That said, I have plenty of American friends who still live there very happily, just taking a few more precautions than they did in the past.

Just to say!


Visit Expedia…

Expedia is my favorite place to book airfare, and they handle hotels, car rentals, cruises, etc. I like the organization of the site for figuring out what flights I want. Click on the suitcase to take a look.

I was very pleased to win an award for this blog! Even better for you: click through for lists of all sorts of award-winning travel blogs.

Tripbase Blog Awards 2009

Tripbase Blog Awards 2009

The blog is everywhere now, in all the topics!

I have just updated over 500 pages I have written since 2004…

In the Most Recent Articles list just to your left of here, you can see (duh) the articles I have most recently put into this format. Right now those are whatever I happen to be working on, but when the conversion of the site is complete, that list will serve as a blog list for what is newest. You can also use the Archives, further down the page on the left side.

Why am I doing this webiste revision? To make the information more accessible. To offer my own perceptions and stories of Mexico in a time when it is receiving so much bad press — some of it deserved but certainly not all.

Basically, I am revising the site as a thank-you to the many Mexican people who have been so kind to my husband Kelly and to me. There is so much that is wonderful here in Mexico.

Rosana Hart, San Juan Cosala, June 2009

8 Responses to “WHERE’S THE BLOG?”

  • Bill Beasley says:

    Hi, The new site looks great. Wow, what a lot of work. But I think it will be worth it – it already looks a whole lot easier to see what you have. And WordPress is really good. Lots of good widgets and stuff. Speaking of which, what about using a collapsible accordian panel for the archives? It would take up a lot less space and still be easy to find and use. A good site gets even better. Yah! Bill

  • Rosana says:

    Thanks, Bill! It’s a good thing I didn’t know how much work it would be. And I took your advice for the archives.

  • Stan Myers says:

    I came upon your site while checking our rental listing with Ajijic Rentals. We have a home in Ajijic and spend our winters there (Nov.-May). I am studying Spanish on my own with the Rosetta Stone program that I picked up in the market in Ajijic. When at our home in Ajijic I take private lessons with a teacher in town.
    I find your site really interesting and will communicate with you re: studying ideas etc.
    Bye for now,
    Stan Myers

  • Rosana says:

    Welcome, Stan! Sounds like you have a good system for working on your Spanish.

  • Your site and posts are very interesting ! Thanks for providing such a great resource. With so many junk sites out there it’s refreshing to find one with valuable, useful information ! I’ll be back to read regularly !

  • Carmen Miramontes Baeza says:

    Hi,ts me Mrs.Carmen Miramontes Baeza.I googled Mexico Blogs and found you. I truly appreciate all this exciting and interesting story telling which i am able to read and share with my family and friends. Please continue your blogs. I LUUUUV THEM. Thanks.

  • Uglyterry says:

    how can I cancel an old car permit I have a bill of sale from the US

  • Rosana says:

    Sorry, Terry, I don’t quite know what you are asking. But even if I did I wouldn’t know the answer. Try googling several different terms till you find what you want. Good luck. Ah, bureaucracy!

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