How do I transport items from my home country to Mérida?
How do I forward my mail?
What documents do I need to bring with me?
Do I need to establish a deadline to move?
I've heard that planning in phases is best. Why?
What do I do with sentimental items?
What if I don't know Spanish?
Will my cell phone plan work?
What is the best way to prepare for customs and what are the limits?
Can I set up a bank account with a tourist visa?
What medication can I bring with me?
What is the difference between Centro and the North?
Where are the best grocery stores?
Does Uber work at the airport?
What is the best way to communicate with people?
What are the differences between pharmacies and how do I fill a prescription? Will my U.S. prescription work?
Why isn't the google business information correct?
Is there bad water pressure all over the city? Are there any remedies?
How do I pay my electric bill? What is the DAC?
How do I avoid getting scammed?
What is a tinaco? Does it need to be cleaned?
Does Medicare work in Mexico?
What do I need to do about health insurance?
How do I meet other expats?
Are there people or companies I should avoid?
What do I bring and what do I leave behind?
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I have read almost all your posts, and I have never seen such extensive info on travels. I even found your post about our final exit, something I was concerned about. You answered every question I didn't know I had. Info was a relief. Thank You so much.
Amy thanks for sharing with us all the valuable information about Mérida in your posts. Excelente trabajo!!!
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and always being kind and courteous. Can’t wait to get down there soon 💙
You absolutely smash it!
A plethora of great information and advice!
I'm enjoying the articles Amy. Incredible effort!
Thank you so much!! I will act on your suggestions! Can’t wait to get there!!
Very good info ☺️👏 thank you!!
Gracias Amy! This information is very useful for those people that are not familiar with the local culture , which is very important to be able to blend better among Mexicans. 😍
Very informative...I suggest that all who are making Mexico their home now, take note. It is so important to know the norms in the culture you are living in...whether it be here or another country... 🙂 🙂
Our town is such a beautiful place to live. We are close to everything but with a true Mexican flavor.❤️
I would love to retire there🤩. You made such a good choice😍
So happy for you, Amy! Everyone should make their version of this happen for themselves. Our earthly life is too short not to live your dream life!
Great information on confusing topics of much concern.
I can’t wait to meet all of the wonderful and kind people that Amy has brought together . ❤
You are such an inspiration, Amy. We all deserve such happiness!
Congratulations! Many will never understand this reinvention of life. I learned this when I moved from Texas to St John USVI three years ago, but when your heart knows, it knows. I’m so happy for you!!!! ❤️❤️❤️
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