I have combined the two books and the new title is, "When Given an Avocado Make Guacamole."The book is available as a Kindle & a paperback. You can order the Kindle version via this link to read on your Kindle, laptop or Iphone.
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There is a sample on Chapter 2 of this blog; of my most read Chapter in A Single Gringa in Mexico. Which is in the combined book as well, When Given an Avocado Make Guacamole.
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Events in and information about Mexico in the biggest expat communities:
Below is a list of web sites for the main places in Mexico that Expat's live. If you are traveling to one of these or interested in information about living in one then go to these sites. Please also subscribe to International Living, which is the best information compiled and comparison's for living abroad.
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Tijuana go to this link.
San Felipe go to this link:
Cabos San Lucas go to this link:
March in Mexico.
Spring break is in full swing during March, so keep that in mind if you're heading to one of Mexico's popular beach destinations. As for the weather, March in Mexico is usually dry and warm to hot. The third Monday is a holiday in commemoration of Benito Juarez' birthday, and there are lots of festivities to welcome spring. Here's a look at the important festivals and events you might want to attend on a visit to Mexico in the month of March:
Acapulco, Guerrero, March 27 to 30, 2017
Mexico's largest annual travel trade show, Tianguis Turistico is an event that brings together travel industry representatives and journalists from Mexico and around the world in a different Mexican destination each year.
Read more: Tianguis Turistico
March 30 in San Miguel de Allende
March 30 in Ensenada
March 31 in San Miguel de Allende
March 31 in Rosarito
April 6 in San Miguel de Allende
San Luis Potosí, April 6 to 12
An annual cultural festival featuring performances in all disciplines of the fine arts. Each year various activities are offered in theater, dance, opera, music, exhibitions, workshops and conferences, access to which is free to the public.
Throughout the country, April 10 to 16, 2017
Holy week is celebrated with solemn processions, passion plays and religious festivals, as well as some celebrations. Schools in Mexico usually have two weeks off, the week before Easter and the week following, so many families take a family holiday at this time. Because throughout most of Mexico this is the hottest time of year, many of them head to the beach. If you'll be traveling in Mexico at this time, make reservations in advance and expect crowds at tourist sites and beaches.
More information about Holy Week and Easter in Mexico
April 13 in Rosarito
Aguascalientes, April 15 to May 8
This international fair attracts folks of all ages to enjoy bull-fights, concerts, rodeos, art displays, music, dance and other cultural events; and to gamble at the fair's temporary casino.
Newport Beach, California to Ensenada, Mexico, April 28 to 30
This colorful race has earned the title of the largest international yacht race in the United States. With more than 20 classes, the race includes a variety of sea-going boats ranging from top ultra-light and maxi-yachts to the non-spinnaker classes. Lexus, the title sponsor of the yacht race, will provide a two-year vehicle lease to the winner.
Celebrity chefs from eight countries will visit Cancun for the third annual Cancun-Riviera Maya Wine & Food Festival. Proceeds will go towards supporting the local charity Ciudad de la Alegria. This year's theme is "Europe Meets the Americas," and celebrity chefs Massimo Bottura from Italy and Mexican Star Chef Enrique Olvera will be honored.
Website: Wine & Food Festival
Nationwide, April 30th
In Mexico, everyone has their day and children are celebrated every year on April 30th with parties and events throughout the country.
May 21 in Rosarito
May 27 in Rosarito
If driving to & within Mexico use this link which will give a complete travel plan with tolls, miles, how much gas you will use and other valuable information.
Senior Discounts on Mexican airlines regardless of destination:
Border crossing website for all borders along the US/MX borders.
My favorite hotel in Ajijic hotelnuevaposada-ajijic.com down the street from my favorite restaurant & club 4 www.number4.com.mx
I get asked all the time, where can I stay with my pets in hotels in Mexico, what papers do I need to bring my pet into Mexico or back to the US. This is a site that lists pet friendly hotels and all the questions and answers about traveling with your pet across either border.
Omnibus Mexicanos has international service from San Miguel de Allende to Laredo, San Antonio, Houston, Austin, Waco, Dallas & Garland call 415-152-3218
Planning a trip to Manzanillo here is a link to a hotel I have stayed in many times www.hotel-la-posada.info
A gay resort hotel in Acapulco that also accepts pets. www..gayacapulcoresort.com.
A hotel in Patzcuaro that accepts dogs www.mexonline.com/hosteria-sanfelipe.htm
;">Driving to the border via McAllen this is a great hotel to stay in www.druryhotels.com/properties/mcallen.cfm
If your shopping in Leon for cowboy boots and shoes and want to stay over this is a great dog friendly hotel www.hjleon.com/ingles.html
A great trip El Castillo http://www.junglegossip.com/castillo.html#ACCOMMODATIONS The setting couldn't be more spectacular ! El Castillo (The Castle) is located in the town of Xilitla (He-lit-la), in the state of San Luis Potosi. Xilitla is a lively village nestled into northern Mexico's Sierra Madre mountains, in a peaceful, semi-tropical mountain valley that is teaming with wildlife and magnificent sights. This little Shangri-la has been an inspiration to many who have happened upon it. The area offers everything from the excitement of market day in one of the many Indian villages to hiking the miles of scenic trails, ending your day relaxing by our pool as you enjoy a peaceful sunset over the breathtaking view of the surrounding Sierra Madres A reasonable hotel in the romantic zone of Puerto Vallarta around the corner from Andals Resturant & Bar www.playalosarcos.com
A link to a bus company that leaves Ensenada and will take you to the airport or border in TJ and stops in Rosarito to pick up as well. www.transportes-abc.com
the address is Londres 115, on the corner of Londres and Genova, Col. Cuauhtemoc, 06600 México DF. The hotel is in the Zona Rosa, very well located, steps away from the Angel de la Independencia.