Hey future Expats! This is a fun quiz especially for you in mind. I am starting a series on this blog to help all future expats that are in the “waiting period” of your plans. Hopefully this will give you more insight so you can “Make the Move” to Paradise. This is from my Wife and I’s real life experiences living here in Playa Del Carmen.
Be sure to put your answers in the comment section! I will post the answers later this month. All questions are for living in the Playa Del Carmen area.
Can you use your driver’s license from home to drive?
Do I have to speak Spanish to be able to get by?
Am I able to get my prescriptions filled in Mexico?
What type budget is needed to support 2 people and 2 pets?
I will give answers to each question based on our budget and real-time information; a sort of boots on the ground type perspective. Hopefully this will spur more questions from you “Future Expats” via email or comments and I will post them for everyone to see.
This is more than just another day in Paradise; It’s my Wife’s 50th birthday today!! Happy Birthday Rhonda!!!
Well let’s talk about our day trip in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. We drove there today for a birthday celebration and I just couldn’t help myself I had to take some pictures for the blog. As you will see below in the pictures; this is an awesome place to visit. You’ll need to add this to your list of places to visit while in the Riveria Maya region. Puerto Morelos is a small seaside fishing village with a charming side to it. It has everything you need within walking distance from your house or condo. The vibe of the town is relaxed and tranquil.
Our motto is, Cover the Earth before it Covers You! My Wife and I got bit by the travel bug years ago and moved to Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. After travelling around we settled in the Riviera Maya region. Enough about us lets book you a trip today!
We love helping people plan their vacation for their families. Feel free to ask us any questions about moving to Paradise! We blazed a trail for others to follow!
Follow Us to hear our funny gringo stories and things to avoid while in Mexico! Tips for the casual traveler or the seasoned vacation snowbirds. Ask us your questions and we’ll be happy to answer you.