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Expat Clubs and Societies in Mexico

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Mexico.
Subforums: Property for Sale/Rent

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Expat Clubs and Societies in Mexico

Post Posted: Wed Jun 30, 2010 12:42 am

Hi

When you move to a new country there is nothing worse than feeling isolated in an unfamiliar environment. With this in mind we are updating the expat groups section of the Expat Focus Country Guide for Mexico.

Please would you share the details of any expat clubs or societies in your area? Details can be posted here by replying to this topic, sent directly to me by email on carole@expatfocus.com or submitted directly using the submission form.

Also, please don't forget to use the What's on in Mexico forum and Mexico Facebook Group to add upcoming expat events, thank you!

Carole Cool

 

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Re: Expat Clubs and Societies in Mexico

Post Posted: Fri Jul 16, 2010 9:55 pm

Here in Mazatlan, there are several regular groups that meet weekly,including mens and women's lunches. Most of them are November through March, when the snowbirds live here.

However, there are two informal groups that continue to meet all year for drinks and chat (even with small numbers in the summer). There is a gathering in the Golden Zone at 4 pm on Sundays, at Las Flores Hotel by the swimming area, and in Olas Altas area of Mazatlan, on Friday's at 4 pm or 5 pm, (the time and venue is flexible right now, but by Fall it will be in a permanent spot again).

 

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Re: Expat Clubs and Societies in Mexico

Post Posted: Mon Mar 07, 2011 11:50 pm

I'll be in Mazatlan March 21st and am looking to hook up with an expat club to discuss living in Mazatlan. I'm thinking of buying while I'm down there. Thanks.
LLoyd

 

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Re: Expat Clubs and Societies in Mexico

Post Posted: Mon Mar 07, 2011 11:56 pm

Contact my friend Roger at Mazhomes. He usually goes to the gathering at Las Flores on Sundays, but to be sure, contact him ahead of time. He has just started a volunteer Tourist Aide group to assist tourists, so is a busy guy these days. Have a great time in Mazatlan

Roger @ maz-homes.com

 

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Re: Expat Clubs and Societies in Mexico

Post Posted: Tue Mar 08, 2011 12:25 am

Thanks for the reply. I will be calling Roger as he is my realtor who'll be showing us condos in Maz. Very Happy

 

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Re: Expat Clubs and Societies in Mexico

Post Posted: Fri Jul 08, 2016 2:14 am

My name is Catherine, I'm 49, looking for a room to rent and hopefully a Canadian, British expat host to introduce me to the expat community in Mazatlan. November?

 

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Re: Expat Clubs and Societies in Mexico

Post Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 12:14 am

Hello out there,

My name is Chrlie, some call me Carlos, my Wife Alla,

We are planning to retire in Mexico on the Baja Sur. I am interested in getting some guidence
regarding up to date information about the requirements to move to Mexico. Most everything
I have read is out dated by three years, so I am not just what the requirements are as of
8/22/2016. If anyone know what doc's are needed to bring a boat into Mexico I would gratly appreciate the knowledge.
Thank you to any and all that respond.

Carlos in San Diego

 

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