Mexico's central bank introduced a new design for the $1,000 peso bill on November 19, 2020
Published by Mexperience at November 21, 2020 1:38 pm.Mexperience →
You would think that I would be happy to settle down at home for at least one week. After all, I just returned from an interesting (but short) trip to Ciudad Guzmán. But I am heading north this afternoon -- for just a week. When I left Oregon last month, there were several tasks that I still needed to accomplish with my mother. And because they are time-sensitive and I have to be present as we work through them, I need to climb aboard this afternoon's Alaska flight to Los Angeles. On Sunday morning, I will fly directly to Redmond for a six-day stay. And everything will then switch into reverse on Friday. And, yes, I am fully aware that this is not an opportune time to be traveling. I will be flying from a virus hot spot (Mexico) into two other hot spots (California and Oregon). My only consolation is that I have canceled all of my near-term trips to Europe where matters are currently even worse. This will either be trip number four or five to Oregon since the Manzan
Published by mexpatriate at November 21, 2020 11:19 am.mexpatriate →
Latest Changes: SMA: 19 new cases, 85 active confirmed cases. GTO: 31 new deaths, 464 new cases. MEX: 719 new deaths. SMA: 46 deaths, 862 confirmed, 61 suspected, 731 recovered. SMA: 46 deaths, 843 confirmed, 69 suspected, 730 recovered (previous). SMA New cases, active cases and 7 day moving...
Published by San Miguel FAQ at November 21, 2020 5:14 am.San Miguel FAQ →
The walls of Oaxaca have a theme going on… I think they have been watching too much “el norte” news!
Published by View From Casita Colibrí at November 20, 2020 5:04 pm.View From Casita Colibrí →
Yesterday was a big day for my son. He took his university admission examination. Because the examination was held at the University of Guadalajara in Ciudad Guzmán, it also would give me an opportunity to explore a city I had seen only once (and that was briefly) last October (back to school). So, on Wednesday morning, Omar, Yoana, and I loaded up the car to head for Ciudad Guzmán. I had looked for online hotel reservations the week before, but the only available rooms I could find were in a hotel that did not receive very good ratings. Its advantage was that it was located only a ten-minute walk from the university where the examination would be conducted. Omar said we could wait until we arrived. As luck would have it, we ended up at the hotel I had found on-line. From the exterior, it looked fine. But here is road trip tip number one. If you know the town where you will be staying, book on-line instead of at the desk. In this case, the same rooms had a tari
Published by mexpatriate at November 20, 2020 3:12 pm.mexpatriate →
11/20/20 (written by vrice)— On November 9 at around 4:00pm, 2,000 protestors marched to the Quintana Roo Attorney General’s Office (Fiscalía Central), located in the city of Cancún. Demonstrators gathered to demand justice for Bianca Alejandrina Lorenzana Alvarado (“Alexis”) and implore the government to take more substantial action against femicide. The 20-year-old had gone missing ...
Published by Justice in Mexico at November 20, 2020 1:55 pm.Justice in Mexico →
Begin with Chapter One ~ Return to Chapter Seventeen Andrew Stevens, February 1912 The Colonel holds up his folded newspaper. It appears the so-called green fairy will cease to cast her intoxicating spell over Americans. That hellfire-and-brimstone Secretary of Agriculture is determined to ban the importation of absinthe. Men will no longer be able to Continue reading An Ostrich-Plumed Hat: Chapter Eighteen
Published by Postcards from San Antonio at November 20, 2020 8:11 am.Postcards from San Antonio →
My son turned 18 in May and I had all sorts of plans of getting his IDs (both US and Mexican) but we were in the middle of a pandemic and well, that didnt happen. In August, the IFE (Instituto Continue reading
Published by Surviving Mexico at November 20, 2020 7:19 am.Surviving Mexico →
Latest Changes: SMA: 2 new cases, 67 active confirmed cases. GTO: 34 new deaths, 164 new cases. MEX: 576 new deaths. SMA: 46 deaths, 843 confirmed, 69 suspected, 730 recovered. SMA: 46 deaths, 841 confirmed, 50 suspected, 722 recovered (previous). SMA New cases, active cases and 7 day moving...
Published by San Miguel FAQ at November 20, 2020 4:08 am.San Miguel FAQ →
Noise pollution in Mexico City continues to carry on — long after city planners took measures to reduce air contamination in the capital
Published by Mexperience at November 19, 2020 9:00 am.Mexperience →
'Off-grid' living is a viable option—for some. One couple living simply in Mexico shares insights and offers consultation to those who want to explore this alternative lifestyle
Published by Mexperience at November 19, 2020 8:00 am.Mexperience →
Thank you to everyone who made a donation for my birthday last month. It means the world to me! I’m very appreciative and humbled. My ...
Published by NutritionFacts.org at November 19, 2020 7:00 am.NutritionFacts.org →
Latest Changes: SMA: 1 new death, 5 new cases, 73 active confirmed cases. GTO: 37 new deaths, 386 new cases. MEX: 502 new deaths. SMA: 46 deaths, 841 confirmed, 50 suspected, 722 recovered. SMA: 45 deaths, 836 confirmed, 44 suspected, 705 recovered (previous). SMA New cases, active cases and 7...
Published by San Miguel FAQ at November 19, 2020 4:30 am.San Miguel FAQ →
11/18/20 (written by rkuckertz) – In an abrupt and unexpected reversal, the United States Department of Justice has announced that it will drop all drug trafficking and money laundering charges against Former Defense Minister Salvador Cienfuegos Zepeda. The announcement came as a shock after a months-long investigation led to the secret indictment and subsequent arrest ...
Published by Justice in Mexico at November 18, 2020 3:23 pm.Justice in Mexico →
Last week, I had run out of some sort of food item. I don't remember exactly what it was. Italian pasta. Pickled ginger. Kalamata olives. American butter. I only remember that it was something imported. When I need imported food, I have one reliable source: Hawaii. If it is in town, it will be there. But, whatever it was was not on the shelf. I asked Alex, the owner, if it had been discontinued. It turns out his source was Costco, and Costco had not stocked the item for months because it was caught in a constipated supply chain. And that constriction was due primarily to a new Mexican government regulation. If you purchase food in Mexico you have probably already noticed a large label that announces its theoretical healthfulness. Three categories are graded: calories, saturated fat, and sodium. If any of those categories exceed the limit set by the Secretary of Health, that category turns a deadly black. All of this probably sounds vaguely familiar to you.
Published by mexpatriate at November 18, 2020 10:02 am.mexpatriate →
Begin with Chapter One ~ Return to Chapter Sixteen Emma Dumpke, December 1911 December 28, 1911 Dear Hedda, What a glorious Christmas! Of course, Mr. and Mrs. K gave me Christmas Day off, but I elected to go help Mrs. K in the morning. Besides, I had nowhere else to go, and their house was Continue reading An Ostrich-Plumed Hat: Chapter Seventeen
Published by Postcards from San Antonio at November 18, 2020 9:03 am.Postcards from San Antonio →
Learn about medical insurance options for short visits, extended stays and long-term residency in Mexico
Published by Mexperience at November 18, 2020 8:00 am.Mexperience →
CRAMMED!! And Miserable. That is what we were. Our Leon to Tijuana flight was almost full, mine returning to…
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Published by Our Prime of Life at November 17, 2020 2:48 pm.Our Prime of Life →