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Sunday December 17 2017




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Mezcal, The Spirit of the South

Once you taste mezcal, you will all but say goodbye to tequila and be warmly welcomed by her lesser known sister. The deeper you get into Mexico, the more likely you are to encounter mezcal. Cross over from Guerrero, Puebla or Veracruz, into Oaxaca, and you’ll witness a dramatic change in the taste of mezcal. Mezcal is made from the agave...

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Acapulco Revisited

In 1955 Acapulco staked it’s claim as the international playground for the world’s most elite jet set seeking a luxurious, intimate and authentic Mexican retreat. Today, the beach destination is experiencing a renaissance like no other led by private investments, new hotel openings, spas, restaurants, theaters and exhibit halls that have enh...

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Acapulco Real Estate Market

This beautiful port, as many other tourist destinations throughout Mexico, has various natural attractions, such as its beaches, of which the most important are: La Roqueta, Caleta, Caletilla, Hornitos, Hornos, Condesa, Icacos, Guitarron, Pichilingue, Revolcadero, and Bonfil. There are other interesting sites for visitors, the most important ones b...

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A Great Visionary: Interview with Ron Lavender

He settled permanently in Acapulco in 1954, when the city had 78,000 inhabitants. Then, he launched his real estate career ten years later in 1964 immediately following the expansion of the Acapulco airport to accommodate direct jet service from the United States. From those days until today, he has been Acapulco’s most renowned real estate agen...

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Acapulco: The City that Never Sleeps

"Top class hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment make Acapulco a favorite destination amongst American and Canadian vacationers and retirees." Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor, and the Kennedy’s would come to visit and mingle amongst the glitzy atmosphere that seems to be automatic along the Pacific coastline of Acapulc...

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The Villa Vacation Experience

Acapulco has been a popular beach destination for ages and now there is a better way to enjoy its charm: A villa vacation. Forget crowded hotel lobbies, long check-in lines, small bedrooms, sharing the swimming pool with dozens of strangers and exorbitant hotel food and beverage prices… Instead, welcome to the world of luxury villa vacations…m...

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Hole in One: Golfing Paradise in Acapulco

Mexico’s sun triangle from Ixtapa to Acapulco to Hualtuco is often overlooked by avid golfers who seek out Mexico’s golden greens in Los Cabos and the Mexican Riviera. Some great gems, more than worthy of your consideration, dot this 300 mile coastline which hugs the Pacific Ocean along southern Mexico. Today, Acapulco’s treasures are ch...

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Residential Real Estate in Oaxaca

During the first week of July, 2008, in the quaint Oaxaca suburb of Loma Linda, there were 12 new homes under construction and four building lots for sale … all within about six blocks. Colonia Loma Linda is one of the booming residential neighborhoods in the city of Oaxaca. It was recently reported that Oaxaca has one of the five strongest ...

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Two Towns, Two Worlds: Ixtapa & Zihuatanejo

The key to understanding the difference between the two towns was made clear to me by a cab driver while sitting at a busy intersection. The driver turned to me and said in emphatic Spanish, “Ixtapa is for the tourists. But Zihuatenejo is ours.” Situated a few miles apart on the Pacific coast in the Mexican state of Guerrero, Ixtapa and Zihu...

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Antiquing from San Miguel de Allende to Oaxaca

With the extension of the Arco Norte toll road to within an hour’s drive of San Miguel de Allende, aficionados of antiques visiting central and southern Mexico now have easier access to four key centers for exploring, marveling and buying: the roadside shops and expansive yards of collectibles on the highway leading out of San Miguel; the renow...

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In this region: Huatulco, Oaxaca, Acapulco, Ixtapa, Morelia