This book shares information for Americans about the joys and advantages of living as ex-pats in Mexico. Topics covered include the cost of living, climate, crime and safety, banking, visas and other documents, and advice for women living alone.
Fun and informative. It's very informal but it's an easy interesting listen.
The narrator did a great job. Very enjoyable.
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What made the experience of listening to American Living Large in Mexico the most enjoyable?
The narration and the manner in which the material was presented.
What did you like best about this story?
Gave a good overview on living in Mexico and things to know.
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I was interested in this audiobook because my husband is from Mexico and it's possible that we'll end up moving down there in the future. This audiobook is more like a collection of podcast posts than an actual 'professional' sounding audiobook, but that didn't bother me too much (like it would if this had been a work of fiction) - and I actually got a kick out of hearing Bill the Geek break out into chuckles at various points throughout. I liked the informal tone and felt it was organized pretty well with a lot of useful information. I may listen to it again and take notes the next time so I can do further research.
Recommended to anyone thinking about moving south of the border.