Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player

Monday October 16 2017




More Articles:
1 | 2 | 3

The First Step in Your Expatriate Adventure

The very first thing you should consider once you’ve made your mind up as to where you are going to live overseas might surprise you. The many letters we receive from potential expats always begin with the theme of cost of living. While important, most who contact us in our adopted home of Guanajuato, Mexico, never get past this economic issue....

More>


Peñasco: Rocky Point Outlook

Puerto Peñasco, Mexico, better known to those to the north as Rocky Point, is now the hot spot for tourism from Mexico and the USA. With millions of people able to drive within a few hours to the Sea of Cortez and Rocky Point, it is now the favorite vacation destination of thousands of people weekly. The Rocky Point talk among owners and investor...

More>


The Last Refuge: San Carlos, Sonora

In our day of age, ever more than ever, it is necessary to find a place to escape ... your refuge. Many have found that special place in San Carlos, Sonora. Their discovered destination did not come easily if you would have polled their friends and relatives. They had to overcome great social pressures and a network of cartel-laden traps to reach...

More>


Summertime in Rocky Point

What does it feel like to spend a day at the beach? Not just any beach, a beach of endless tranquility where you can relax by the shore and soak in the rays of the sun being 100% alive as the energy of the day engulfs you. These are our beaches in Rocky Point, Mexico. Waking up to the sound of the surf, the sky a beautiful combination of pin...

More>


Three great Golf Courses at Puerto Peñasco

Each of these courses are impressive and offer many great tournaments. You can expect special events throughout the year, including special discounts. It would be a great experience to play all, as they each offer a unique experience. Only proper golf attire is allowed. The most important rule in golf is to have fun. The “Peninsula de Cor...

More>


Discovering Bahía de Kino

Why Kino? We like Kino because it is very laid back and relaxed. The only time of the year that it is crowded is Semana Santa (Easter Week). In Bahía de Kino you will not find any of the fast food chains or hotels in Kino. No McDonalds, no Holiday Inns. Just 6 miles of beautiful beach, friendly people, good food and peace and quiet. Kino is a t...

More>


More Articles: 1 | 2 | 3

In this region: Mazatlan, Los Cabos, Puerto Peasco