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In the previous post, we mentioned several things that we love about Mexico after living here for one year. It occurred to me that I should tell you why.
Why did we move?
Why do we love it? Flash back to. My 16-year marriage had just ended and the photography world was changing faster than I was. I sat alone in a new apartment, in a new town for three months and tried to figure out where my life was headed.
I have made a comfortable living as a photographer since 1981. I have traveled into the Sahara, been swarmed by bugs in the Cameroon rain forest and boated down the Niger River for National Geographic; shot assignments for books and magazines; and have always been grateful for my photography career.
But, here I was, single and middle-aged hell, late 50 s is middle-aged if you are going to live past 100!
The thought of dating in my 50 s was about as much fun as being nibbled to death by ducks.
Jennifer and I had met in a small mountain town in Colorado a few years before we started dating. She was leaving as I was arriving, making changes to her life at the time.
Jennifer had worked for several years as a massage therapist and owned a day spa. While the paper work was making its way through the system, we attended language classes in Chiapas, saw some of Mexico and made new friends. One month after arriving on the island we got married.
So, a big year. Here are a few of the high points and things we have learned in the last year: 1 We loved driving here, have done it three times, and highly recommend driving as the best way to see this beautiful country.
Get a Guia Roji, the best road map for Mexico, a Mexican chip for a Garmin GPS sometimes helpful, sometimes woefully inaccurate and plan your trip carefully. We were coming from New Mexico, so we could essentially cross the border at a number of places.
We crossed early on a Sunday morning at Laredo.
A quick pass through customs, then immigration, then getting our car permit and we were on the road by 8:30 am, arriving in San Miguel de Allende before dinner. A bit more expensive, but you make good time. Plus, eight hours a day should be enough. The lighter and more aerodynamic new Sentra allows Nissan to use a more fuel efficient 1.
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