very good newsletter, targeted towards lovers of
Mexico, is Adventures in Mexico, published six times
yearly, and filled with pithy hotel, restaurant,
touring, and real estate information for independent
travelers and retirees seeking the 'real' Mexico."
Pacific Mexico Handbook
you're contemplating a long-term stay in Mexico...
[read]... AIM, a well-edited bi-monthly 'Newsletter
on Retirement and Travel' that devotes a lot of
space to analyzing and comparing prices in various
Northern Mexico Handbook
newsletter is brightly written, no nonsense, brutally
honest, illuminating for both prospective travelers
and retiree, four pages full of facts and good humor."
Charles N. Barnard
(now AARP Magazine)
highly recommend subscribing to AIM..."
Peter A. Dickinson,
Travel and Retirement Edens Abroad
AIM newsletter is a reader-friendly publication
chock full of useful info on such matters as hotels,
restaurants and real estate
Mexico City News
recommended for a concise description of life, rents
and commodity prices in various towns and cities
of Mexico ...just what the potential Mexican resident
would like to know."
Living Easy in Mexico
is one of the best..."
Central Mexico Handbook
is a great little publication; their dandy, bi-monthly
newsletter is chock-full of real costs of real folks
...written in a lively style about well-known places,
out-of-the-way spots, restaurants and hotels"
Sanborn's Mexico Club Newsletter
AIM Newsletter serves up a valuable, information-packed
four pages every other month...gives a range of
pros and cons from the editor's personal experience
and perspective...its style is both folksy and authoritative
in the best sense of those terms ... reassuringly
accurate and up-to-date."
get the lowdown on the expat scene in Mexico today
we contacted... the highly literate Adventures in
Stein & Phil DeMuth
Can Still Retire Comfortably"
have been reading AIM for many years. I strongly
suspect that of all the country-specific newsletters
being written today that AIM is far and away the
DB - San Francisco, CA
appreciate every single issue and cannot think of
anything you have overlooked. Many times you seem
to be writing just for us.... Your real affection
for the country and its wonderful mix of people
comes through in your articles. You're one of the
good guys. K&JH
thoroughly enjoy AIM. We lived in Mexico, on a mountain
top, for almost two years. Your writings are the
most accurate we have seen thus far.
HCH - Crossett, AR
your eyes, as a result of your travels and documentation,
I am able to picture many of the places throuout
Mexico. ...next Spring I am planning to move to
HLN - Irving, TX
may interest you to know that my retired military
friends here in Europe await AIM almost as eagerly
as I do. I let them read my copy but I make them
give it back."
GG - MSG USA, Retired
companion died in 1990 and I've only been to Mexico
once since then. I had thought I didn't want to
move to Mexico alone but your newsletter is renewing
my interest..." BH
haven't had such a good laugh in years! Keep on
telling it like it is." J&A
a junior college writing teacher and I use your
newletter for an example of top-notch writing."
put more pertinent information on four pages on
a given area than the travel books cover in a chapter.
It is just great!" MJW
- Clearwater, FL
continue to enjoy your articles particularly on
the smaller less expensive areas." T&JH
- New Smyrna Beach, FL
am happy to announce that we purchased a beautiful
home in ...Veracruz. I am writing this to thank
you, and to let you know that the straight forward
information in your newsletter helped make our decision
possible." RAR - Burien,
you so much for publishing this newletter, it has
meant a great deal to me. I look forward with bated
breath every two months! It's like visiting Mexico
without leaving my apt. I love your style and wit!
" SL - Bronx, NY
an inspiring delight to find and AIM in our mailbox."
D&KB - Haiku, Maui, HI
..it keeps my hopes and dreams alive."
seven more years till I retire. AIM helps me 'Keep
Hope Alive.'" RS
is the only one worth keeping for years and years."
BM - Portland, OR
newsletter is superior to all - literate, funny,
filled with information and respectful of Mexican
PG - Albany, NY
we prepare for a changing lifestyle I am sure that
my folder of AIMs will shape our decisions. Thank
G&JK - Bemidji, MN
bought all kinds of books and travel guides and
nothing has helped put me at ease until I found
AIM and got the real skinny about whats going on
JA - Pomona, CA
husband and I have traveled in Mexico for 12 years
and have been to many places, always on our own,
using public transportation usually, and finding
real bargain lodgings. We think Mexico is great
for scenery, ruins, climate and friendly, charming
people.... I have tried several other newsletters
on Mexico and read various travel magazines but
your information is the best." NW
- Stillwater, MN