Mazatlan Trip Table of Contents

As you know, I have been writing a lot about Mazatlan lately….

That’s because Mazatlan is one of the preeminent retirement locations for seniors and expats who are looking to reduce their cost of living and live BETTER than they do now. Mazatlan has a vibrant, established English-speaking expat community, great sea food, and lots housing possibilities — whether you want to live in the city in a colonial-style home or if you want a more modernized hacienda, you can get that, too. There are also lots of developments offering resort-style living — complete with golf courses, entertainment, and more..

I guess the one thing I overlooked in doing articles like this is including a Table of Contents – at least my version of one. So, if you need to read about a specific subject again, and don’t know which page to go to, here’s some help for you to make your research less of a challenge:

Mazatlan Trip, Part I – Printing your boarding pass, Luggage rules, Booties for me

Mazatlan Trip, Part 2 – Easy to travel with a wheelchair, Ajijic email

Mazatlan Trip, Part 3 – Charlie, Visitor’s permit, Rental car, Poncho’s

Mazatlan Trip, Part 4 – Timeshare presentation, Groceries, Bank, Prescriptions and dentistry

Mazatlan Trip, Part 5 – Picture taking, Marketplace, Warning about rain, Ajijic email

Mazatlan Trip, Part 6 – Setting up a timeshare presentation, Meeting other Expats everywhere

Mazatlan Trip, Part 7 – Thunder and lightning, An expensive dinner, Email about buying or renting

Mazatlan Trip, Part 8 – The hurricane cometh! Quack, quack, quack! Electricity and water

Mazatlan Trip, Part 9 – Flamingos, Asparagus soup

Mazatlan Trip, Part 10 – Timeshare expenses, Friendly and informative driver, We buy goodies for airplane trip.

boat, men, pelicans, islands, houses

This should help glue the whole story together. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading it, and receiving the information that it contained for you. Barbie

 

To help you do searches right here on my Retirement Site, look at the top section.

You’ll find a “Search” box.  Type one word that you are interested in reading about, and a new article will appear for you – you can do that over and over again, using different words in the search.

Now, look over to your right – You’ll see “Recent Posts” listed and a whole line of articles under that – just click on any article you want to read again, and viola!  it will appear for you to enjoy.  Again, you can click on as many as you have time to read at that time!

One more way to “Search” for articles you want to read, scroll on down on my site, and again, on the right hand side, you will find “Things I Write About” – and a whole list under that little arrow!  Read as many as you like.

Woops – did I say “one more” – well, actually still one more way – Scroll down just a tad, and you’ll find my articles listed by month – under “Read All Of My Posts” !  I do suggest you start a Word document, so you can copy and paste info you want to save, or get the old handy pencil and paper and job the info down.  This site has been produced for your convenience – so you can answer just about ANY questions you have popping up in your head about planning your retirement, preparing for your retirement, and then enjoying your retirement.  So, enjoy, and I’ll get busy writing another article for you.    Oh – actually, the very next article will be “MAZATLAN TRIP, PART 8”.  and I’ll probably put that one up tomorrow!  Barbie

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2 Responses to Mazatlan Trip Table of Contents

  1. mary hayes

    August 6, 2012 at 2:27 pm

    HAVE TOTALLY ENJOYED THIS TRIP STORY—YOU DID A GREAT JOB—ONLY THING I DON;T SEE IS ANYTHING ABOUT RENTS—WHERE CAN WE GET THAT INFO>>>>

    THANKS SO MUCH

  2. Barbie

    Barbie

    August 14, 2012 at 10:18 pm

    You are not the only one who wants that type of info – I’ll be getting on to that very soon. Barbie

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