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A newsletter on retirement and travel in Mexico
Issue Number and Date
Volume/No
Topic  

#217 jMay/Junj 2008
35/ 1
AIM Escapes the Heat in Exotic Xilitla With Cool Swims in Natural Pools
   

#216 jApril/Mayj 2008
34/ 6
Introspective and Attractive TepoztlŠn: A New Pueblo Magico Gets Facelift and Makeup
   

#215 jFeb/Marj 2008
34/ 5
Grab Bag Issue: Aim Tackles Readersí Questions On Taxis, Travel To Mexico City, Pets, Medicines, And Rip-Offs
   

#214 jDec/Janj 2008
34/ 4
Patzcuaro: Entrepreneurs plus good architectural design and restoration adds new layer to the traditional Patzcuaro pleasure
   

#213 jOct/Novj 2007
34/ 3
Jerez de Garcia Salinas: Could Small Town Living be Losing Its Enchantment?
   

#212 jAug/Septj 2007
34/ 2
AIM Goes Touring with a Savvy Subscriber, Seeking Off-Beat Retirement Spots
   

#211 jJune/Julyj 2007
34/ 1
Mexico With Kids - Immersion For The Whole Family
   

#210 jApril/Mayj 2007
33/ 6
Troncones, Guerrero, Fast Growing Ex-Pat Community Grows Up Side By Side With Native Mexican Ejidal
   

#209 jFeb/Marj 2007
33/ 5
The AIM Mexican Affordable Housing Issue
   

#208 jDec/Janj 2007
33/ 4
Alamos, Sonora: Mystery Town in the Sierra Madre Foothills, Ruin Restorer's Paradise
   

#207 jOct/Novj 2006
33/ 3
Valle de Brave -- Cool, Mountainous Escape, and Not Just a Valle de Rich-Folks
   

#206 jAug/Septj 2006
33/ 2
Tepic, Nayarit: Growing West Coast Town Far From The Madding Crowd
   

#205 jJune/Julyj 2006
33/ 1
Social Consciousness Meets Conspicuous Consumption in Competitive San Miguel De Allende
   

#204 jApril/Mayj 2006
32/ 6
Colima: A Livable City For The Self-Directed Individual
   

#203 jFeb/Marj 2006
32/ 5
Guanajuato, A Visual and Cultural Wonder Set High In Thin and Cleaner Air
   

#202 jDec/Janj 2006
32/ 4
Aguascalientes, Big City in the Smallest State, Looks Ideal for Active Retirees
   

#201 jOct/Novj 2005
32/ 3
Remote Beaches and Primitive Sport Fishing at Pichilinguillo, Mich.
   

#200 jAug/Septj 2005
32/ 2
The Economics of Contemporary Mexican Retirement -- AIM's Analysis
   

#199 jJune/Julyj 2005
32/ 1
Xalapa, Capital Of Veracruz, Verdant and Cultured "City of Flowers"
   

#198 jApr/Mayj 2005
31/ 6
Lake Chapala and Ajijic: The Upsides and Downsides of Lakeside
   

#197 jFeb/Marj 2005
31/ 5
Mazatlan By The Sea Appeals to Travellers and Retirees for Many Reasons
   

#196 jDec/Janj 2005
31/ 4
Visiting Mexico's Monarch Butterfly Reserves -- A Trip That's "Worth the Effort"
   

#195 jOct/Novj 2004
31/ 3
Mexican Medical Treatment: Cancer and Other Peresonal Experiences
   

#194 jAug/Septj 2004
31/ 2
Morelia, Michoacan: Cultural Abundance, Architectural Splendor, and Fine Manners in the Centro Historico
   

#193 jJune/Julyj 2004
31/ 1
Erongaricuaro, Michoacan -- A Small Town Perfect for Escape and Inspiration
   

#192 jApr/Mayj 2004
30/ 6
San Francisco, Nayarit: Model Third World Community Becomes Model Beach Town
   

#191 jFeb/Marj 2004
30/ 5
Puebla, Another City of the Angels, Completely Modern but Prideful of Its Place in History
   

#190 jDec/Janj 2004
30/ 4
Enduring Oaxaca: Nor Earthquakes, Nor Tourism, Nor Modernization Can Destroy Its Charm
   

#189 jOct/Novj 2003
30/ 3
Guadalajara: Jalisco's "City of the Roses" and "Pearl of the West" Still Attractive
   

#188 jAug/Septj 2003
30/ 2
Zacatecas: Tourism Picks Up in Colonial Silver City, Plus Update on Jerez
   

#187 jJune/Julyj 2003
30/ 1
Grab Bag VII: Selected Questions and Answers on Retirement and Travel In Mexico June/July 2003 Q&A; on retirement and travel In Mexico
   

#186 jApril/Mayj 2003
29/ 6
Malaque & Barra de Navidad, Laid-Back Beach Towns on Jalisco's Costa Alegre
   

#185 jFeb/Marchj 2003
29/ 5
Patzcuaro, Michoacan, Attracts Retirees With Its Crafts and Colonial Charm
   

#184 jDec/Janj 2003
29/ 4
La Paz and Todos Santos, Distinctive Meccas Near the Tip of the Bajacalifornia Peninsula
   

#183 jOct/Novj 2002
29/ 3
Adventures in Mexico Goes on Tour, Visiting the Most Interesting Towns of Central Mexico
   

#182 jAug/Septj 2002
29/ 2
Lake Chapala: Dreams of Retirement in the Sunshine Rise and Fall with the Water Level
   

#181 jJune/Julyj 2002
29/ 1
Cuernavaca, Morelos, Land of "Eternal Spring" and Second Home to Mexico City's Wealthy
   

#180 jApril/Mayj 2002
28/ 6
Acapulco, Far South on the West Coast: Mexico's First World-Famous Beach Is Still Popular
   

#179 jFeb/Marj 2002
28/ 5
Taxco, Guerrero: Spectacular Silver City Still Draws Crowds with its Colonial Atmosphere
   

#178 jDec/Janj 2002
28/ 4
Central Mexico's Guanajuato, Medieval-Looking, but a Lively Cultural and Artistic Town
   

#177 jOct/Novj 2001
28/ 3
San Miguel de Allende: Colonial Retirement Haven with Fine Quality of Life -- At a Price