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Mexico: Places to retire to, places to visit, places where you can have fun, spend as little or as much as you want, eat well, get a good night's sleep (or none at all -- try Carnival in Veracruz or Mazatlan if you're an insomniac).

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Comment by DENTRODETI TOP on June 12, 2013 at 4:31

Saludos desde México

Comment by Jorge on August 19, 2012 at 17:35

Lived in Mexico for 5 months in 2011 and looking to go back to stay.  Preferably, along the Pacific coast. 

Comment by Ken on July 16, 2012 at 1:15

Posting an update from Baja!

It seems that lots of gay men from warmer regions of Northern Mexico and Southwestern USA are showing up for our mid 70's sunny beach weather... nice to see the beaches full of 'hot' men cooling off!  I'm in Rosarito Beach, which is 30 minutes south of the border... renewing my offer to share news and recommendations for your next visit.

In addition to the beach, we have Valle de Guadalupe, which is the Napa Valley wine region here in Baja.  Lots of wine tasting and good food... even a gay BnB to host your visit.

Let me know if I can help out.

Comment by Roger Pinto on April 19, 2012 at 9:50

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Comment by eugene a stucky on January 3, 2012 at 18:58

im looking for an enexpenisive place for a mexican friend to stay in san miguel de alende. all he will need is a bed. he was the partner of my ex. and my partner and i have become very close to him.

Comment by Ken on October 31, 2011 at 19:58

I was in Puebla for Independencia last month and must say that it is a wonderful city... a great experience. 

We had a week in Cancun scheduled, and decided to drop in on Puebla on the way.  Very colonial, very historic.  The Zocalo is the hub and the centro area easily navigable.  A few gay bars... we loved it.  Stayed in a hotel built in 1639!  Loved every minute, and we lucked out with excellent weather.  I recommend Puebla!

Comment by Terry J Phillips on October 30, 2011 at 21:11

Hi again,

Well, I've changed plans a bit.  I'm still flying into Guadalajara but will spend the entire week in Ajijic at Lake Chapala.  I'm attending a seminar called Focus on Mexico.  I'm really looking forward to learning more about the potential of moving to Mexico some day.  If you are from Ajijic, please drop me a note.   Cheers,  Terry P

Comment by Terry J Phillips on October 2, 2011 at 2:11

I'm visiting Guadalajara Nov. 18 to 26.  Perhaps some of you folks know of some great places to visit in and around the city.  I do plan to do some serious bird watching while there as well.  I'm looking forward to a visit to the huge lake south of Guadalajara and maybe to Puerto Vallarta for Thanksgiving with other Gringos. :-)  Thanks for any tidbits you might have.  I'm renting a car so hope to make it around ok, though a bit nervous. :-)  Cheers, Terry P

Comment by Charles AdamsArnold on August 8, 2011 at 14:42

Being Half-Maxican, fluent and many relatives down there especially in the southeast=Tabasco, it wiil be very interesting to read and observe the many aspects both positive and negative of such a great country.

Regards and Saludos to all: Charlie

Comment by James M. Martin on May 22, 2011 at 21:24
Alas, Aguascalientes was a drunken mob scene; I enjoyed Ajijic again and a visit to Dolores Hidalgo on the way back, but my favorite find is San Luis Potosi, an architectural jewel of the city smack in the middle of Mexico.  N.B. the federal police presence along Highways 97 and 180 north of San Fernando, Tamaulipas State, was palpable. I passed convey after convoy of troops and mounted machineguns in alternating trucks, and I was pulled over for an inspection that had them tapping on my door panels.  Just a day ago, I heard that they actually caught one of the biggest Gulf Cartel leaders, so it must have paid off.  It made me a little nervous as I was driving alone in a 2003 Toyota.
 

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