Marrying a Mexican – Fun and Paperwork

Marrying a Mexican – Fun and Paperwork

By Ken Waldie from the September 2017 Edition We did it! Not only did we get hitched, but we also got an education in Mexican paperwork. It’s well known that you can-not just make one trip to get any paperwork accomplished....
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Maintenance

Maintenance

By Kirby Vickery from the August 2017 Edition I am not enthralled with the installation and maintenance efforts of some groups of people that do that sort of thing here in Manzanillo. I understand that Mexico has standards for the building,...
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A Manzanillo Fish Story

By Kirby Vickery from the July 2017 Edition Oh Hear Ye, Hear Ye! I have finally had the most successful fishing thing happen in Mexico since 1991 when I went down along the Baja California coast (just south of Tijuana)...
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On the Beach

On the Beach

By Kirby Vickery from the June 2017 Edition When I first started writing for the Manzanillo Sun, Freda and I decided that it should be about living in Manzanillo. However, when her illness set in, and we found ourselves far...
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The Ship S.S. Golden Gate

The Ship S.S. Golden Gate

By Suzzane A. Mrshall from the January 2017 Edition At 2:30 pm on Monday July 21, 1862, one of the fastest steamers on the West Coast left San Francisco bound for Panama. The boat was the S.S. Golden Gate. She...
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Costalegre – Mexico’s Western Riviera with a Twist

Costalegre – Mexico’s Western Riviera with a Twist

By Suzanne A. Marshall from the August 2016 Edition The western coast of Mexico is rapidly developing a tourist zone known as Costalegre (roughly translated: happy coast, joyful coast or coast of joy). The area spans about 200 kilometers of...
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Travels with Daisy

Travels with Daisy

By Kirby Vickery from the June 2016 Edition On the sixth of May at oh dark thirty, I placed my two-year-old puppy into her brand-new genuine PETCO airplane-quality traveling carrier, purchased the day before along with some attachments which I...
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Anticipating Summer in Manzanillo

Anticipating Summer in Manzanillo

By Suzanne A. Marshall from the July 2016 Edition As our retired life evolves and we respond to the magnetic lure and beauty of Manzanillo, we find ourselves heading into our first spring and summer season. Now that we’ve made...
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Rancho Colina de San Miguel

Rancho Colina de San Miguel

By Suzanne A. Marshall from the April 2016 Edition Within minutes or hours of Manzanillo you can find many destinations worth a day or overnight trip. One such place is Rancho Colina de San Miguel (colina means hill), a place...
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A Day at the Beach

A Day at the Beach

By John Chalmers from the April 2016 Edition The many charms and attractions of the Manzanillo area include nearby beaches along the west coast. They are frequented by locals, vacationers and folks from places inland who come to enjoy the...
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