A humorous look at ramblin' and rovin' south of the border. If you're interested in the perspective of a boots-on-the-ground, non-gringolandia-living-expat in Mexico. . .join me.
I will continually ask the question. . .is there life after EMS?
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Jocotepec 2007 June 2009
Joco Plaza - (internet drawing)
This is it! I'm never moving again, this will be my base, and I will explore my new country from the highlands of Jalisco, coming and going, happy to return to my friends and home from my travels.
I have wanted to live in Mexico ever since the first time I set a flip-flop outside a VW Bus, on a beach in Baja, in 1968. I will live in this great country, among these warm and friendly people, until I gurgle my last breath and they scatter my ashes into the Bahía Tenacatita.
Take Next Boat. Get Married. Not Coming Back. Love Larry.
A memoir of my parents love story in Hawaii - 1936 with pictures of them and their life in old Hawaii and featuring letters my mother wrote home to CA.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SPANISH - For Travelers and Expats
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SPANISH FOR TRAVELERS AND EXPATS is an E-Book, written in mirror form - Spanish/English, that will enable you to communicate in Spanish if you are involved in a medical emergency. This handy - and potentially lifesaving - reference book will take you from making the call for help with the authorities to conversing with the paramedics, doctors, and nurses to ensure you receive appropriate medical care.
THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO HMMMM...
THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO HMMMM... is a humorous pictorial of life in Mexico seen through the eyes of an American ex-pat.
THESE TITLES AVAILABLE THROUGH AMAZON/KINDLE AND SMASHWORDS - EBOOK SUPPLIER TO 32 COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE. Download to Kindle, Nook, iPad, iPod touch, iPhone, Mac, PC, BlackBerry, Windows Phone and Android-based phones and tablets and any other ebook reading device.
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El Andalón - Sergio Castro Martinez
Considered a hero in Chiapas, Sergio Castro has received numerous awards for his humanitarian and cultural work for the Mayan. Click on the picture to read all about him, watch the documentary trailer, and to donate to his work.
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Cruz Roja Chapala Delegation
Support Cruz Roja Chapala. Click on the picture for more information and links. Make your donations in person to Cruz Roja or paypal me your donation and I will deliver it for you. THE LIFE THEY SAVE MAY BE YOUR OWN!