I love traveling around Mexico and discovering the country’s rich culture, history, nature, food, and people. (Note: I have a related post on the pros and cons of living in Merida and why I love living in Mexico).
Mexico is my favorite country and my adapted homeland. These 55+ best foreign Mexico quotes from my Fifty-Plus Nomad blog and Facebook group page will show you why some of the world’s foremost authors and I share a common love for Mexico.
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This post lists the pros and cons of living in Merida, Mexico. It also shows how I have adapted to (and even come to appreciate) some of the cons of living in Merida.
I feel blessed to live in Mexico. I love Mexican culture, food, and archaeology. I carefully selected these fun facts about Mexico to show some of the joys and challenges facing my adopted new homeland.
Roberta Rich wrote this article about staying in love motels in Mexico during her annual drive from Vancouver to Colima, Mexico. She stayed in these motels because they were the only places she could find that allowed dogs.