Wednesday, May 17, 2017

HEALTHY LIVING AND TRAVELING IN MEXICO, the eBook is Available on Amazon!

Take A Look At These 5-Star Reviews!
A Search For Sunshine, Sassy Exercise, Savory Food, and a Simpler Life

The eBook is Available on Amazon Worldwide!

Terry is my wonderful zumba instructor. I relate totally to her plan. 
There is so much more to life and giving back than working beyond 
your ability to live a healthy contented life. An excellent read and guide.

By Candace Rivero

GREAT tips with contact info for favorite locales in Mexico cities - some
with RV parks for RVers. This author discovered Zumba classes and 
shares her enthusiasm for the fun classes along their many travels. 
Reading this book took me on a virtual trip thru my favorite places in 
Mexico this weekend. Looking forward to the next book Terry wrote about retiring at 59. I am past that mark at this point but will soak up all her
advice so that I too can follow their path along the coast.

Book Description

Do you dream of a restful vacation or maybe an adventure in an RV? Do you envision yourself on a warm beach somewhere, with a tropical drink in your hand, your feet in the sand, and the sound of gently lapping waves lulling you into a state of bliss?

Do you imagine living a healthier, more active life? Maybe you dream of Salsa dancing under the stars or the "sassy exercise" of Zumba® on the beach? Does "sassy exercise" for you mean rollerblading, bicycling, or jogging on the boardwalk? Do golf, tennis, surfing and snorkeling any time you want sound like your ideal plan for "Healthy Living in Mexico"?

Are you held back by concerns? Do you find yourself asking, as many do, "Is it safe to drive in Mexico?" or "Is it safe to live in Mexico?" Come along with Jon and Terry on their tenth motorhome trip to Mexico, and find out how safe, happy and healthy they feel living in Mexico.

Jon and Terry have shared the dream of a better life in Mexico with hundreds of thousands of Americans, but they have brought their dream to life! Discover how you too can escape to A SIMPLER LIFE with SUNSHINE in the winter, SASSY EXERCISE in the great outdoors, and delicious SAVORY FOOD created with the freshest, tastiest ingredients, all year long!

To take a look at the eBook, "Healthy Living and Traveling in Mexico" on, click HERE

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Take a look at the follow-up eBook, "Retirement Before the Age of 59: Healthy Living in Mexico #2", a continuation of our journey to find our retirement home in Mexico, also available on Amazon. To take a look at the eBook "Retirement Before the Age of 59: Healthy Living in Mexico #2" by clicking HERE
The eBook is Available Worldwide on Amazon!

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Bringing Your Pet into Mexico: New 2017 Laws are Being Enforced!

Avoid a 2-Hour Delay When Entering Mexico!

Bella is Ready to Get Out of Her Pet Carrier
     Flying into Mexico last week with Bella, our miniature dachshund, turned into a nightmare. We flew into the Puerto Vallarta International airport, as we have many times in the past 17 years, and proceeded, as always, to the Mexican Agricultural desk (zoo sanitary kiosk with the acronym SAGARPA) before entering Customs (Aduana). We presented the documents that have always been accepted, a current rabies vaccination certificate and a Health Certificate from a vet in the U.S. that had been prepared two days before travel. We have always successfully imported our dogs using these papers whether we flew or drove into Mexico, though they were rarely asked for when we drove across the border.
     Things aren’t that simple with dog and cat importation into Mexico anymore. We found out the hard way that there is a new, more stringent law regarding cats and dogs entering Mexico, effective January 1, 2017. Apparently, Mexico started enforcing the new requirements in February 2017 and neither our U.S. vet nor our Mexican vet in Sayulita knew about the changes because both of our current Health Certificates from these vets were unacceptable when we presented our documents to the SAGARPA agent at the Puerto Vallarta airport. It was going to be a long afternoon.
SAGARPA is the Mexican Ministry of Agriculture
     The Mexican Agriculture Department (SAGARPA) agent patiently explained the new requirements to us, then told us that we could not bring our dog into Mexico without obtaining a valid Health Certificate. In addition to the Rabies Vaccination certification, the vet must now certify (provide proof of) two additional health conditions: To read more, click this link: 
Retirement Before the Age of 59: Bringing Your Pet into Mexico: New 2017 Laws are B... 

     For more information on healthy living and traveling in Mexico, take a look at my two eBooks, available on Amazon:
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