Miguel de Allende: A Place in the Heart
Expatriates find themselves living in México
By John Scherber
You have read about what it takes to retire
in México; there are how-to books about
customs and immigration and visas. Buying
houses. Can you bring your furniture down,
or your dog? You have also read that these
rules change all the time, and they do. Now
you need to talk to some people who have
really done it. It’s not about the rules,
it’s about how it feels to be an expat, what
it really means day to day.
Just to think about it intelligently
requires that you connect with this group.
What if you could reinvent yourself at any
age? Isn’t that part of this issue too? You
don’t have to go back to school, and it
doesn’t require a religious conversion. Many
people––hundreds of thousands—have used
nothing more than geography and an open mind
to bring it off.
What do the terms Living Abroad, Living in
México and Expatriate really mean? If you
think it might be time to take a harder look,
use this book to explore the possibilities
of an exciting new life in México.
Live their experiences as 32 people confess
why they left the United States and reveal
how their new life is more fulfilling than
they ever dreamed.
The author gives you an intimate glimpse
into the lives of people who have lived in
San Miguel de Allende for as little as 18
days and as long as 50 years.
They talk candidly about why they came, what
obstacles they found in their path, how it
changed their lives.
What were the unexpected benefits? Does it
work for everyone? What happens when it
doesn’t? How else would you meet these
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