Lately, there’s been a lot of controversy on surrounding Mexico and its relationship with the USA, and there’s plenty of lies going around. I’ve done some fact-checking, so keep reading to find out what’s going on. Continue reading “5 Lies About Mexico You Need To Stop Believing”
It’s official, amigos. Donald Trump will be the 45th president of the United States. But if you’re not cool with that, don’t worry! Here are a few options for you, and Mexico is one of them. See you here soon!
Today is the big election in the USA, and a lot of people are going to be upset, either way. I have been getting a lot of questions, inquiries, and searches lately about how to apply for residency here in Mexico. I talked to Mily at Legally in Mexico yesterday, and I am going to do a post in the near future about how easy it is here to apply for residency in Mexico..
Anyway a lot of people are threatening to leave the USA, if their candidate is not elected. Now I know this is a lot of talk like Rosie O’Donnell and Alec Baldwin did, and not many people ever leave the USA, but this election is different. I think if Trump is elected, a lot of people will leave the USA, and you can’t really blame them. If Trump is elected I am going to file for…
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This is a wonderful post by 1st Generation Suburbanite that talks about how political differences shouldn’t make people forget that at the end of the day, everyone simply wants the best for their family and their country. Good luck today, America!
Next week is our 2nd year anniversary living in Georgia. I’ve had no regrets about the move. My blog is filled with words and photographs of my love for Georgia’s landscape and weather. From the very day we moved to Georgia we’ve felt welcomed and accepted. I have to admit, before the move, I had little knowledge of The South. I was nervous about the cultural differences there might be, and if I would be accepted as a Hispanic or a northerner. I think our friends back in Chicago were nervous for us as well. We often get asked by family and friends if he we have encountered any racism in our Atlanta suburb. I explain to them the stereotype of The South being racist is not accurate, at least not in our town. I had to explain to them that strangers would say hello to each other on the street…
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Hola, my American amigos! The 2016 Presidential Election is upon you, and the entire world is watching. I know this isn’t an easy choice, and that’s why I would like to share a few electoral lessons we have learned in Mexico that could come in handy right now. Continue reading “Important Electoral Lessons From Mexico You Need To Know”