Monday, August 17, 2009

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Mexico Living Weekly
Mexico Living - Guide to the Good Life  Weekly Issue No. 133
Dear Hola All,

Mexico Living has made so many new changes and editions, that this newsletter may be the most important we've every sent.

As you may know, the forthcoming September edition is completely revamped and nothing like anything we have ever produced - but that is only the beginning. As you can see, the newsletter itself is dramatically different and as you see below, so many other changes have happened too!
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We've moved the classifieds. If you posted one of the HUNDREDS of classifieds on our forum prior to August 7th, your ad will appear in the September Mexico Living.

Beginning today, all classifieds will now be part of our new community site. So if you want to publish any FREE Classifieds in the October edition, you just need to post them before September 7th on the Mexico Living Forum. ALL ADS ARE FREE, NO QUANTITY LIMITS.


All ads must not be generic, all ads must contain a price and contact. MLG reserves to refuse any ad and the right to edit all ads for length and clarity. Last month's ads can be found here.
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Mexico Living has created a new community site, your place to share videos, audio, photos, and stories about living the good life in Baja California and Sonora, Mexico. Join now and get your own profile page, blog and unlimited media uploads! Plus unlimited FREE classifieds and so much more.

Join the Mexico Living community for the full, feature-rich experience. As a member, you'll be able to share your media and thoughts with other Mexico Living users. It's free and easy.

Visit the Baja High Country
High in the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir Mountains

Discover Baja's High CountryThose who picture Baja California as an unrelieved desert would be surprised to discover the highest part of the backbone of the peninsula is covered by conifer forests, with winter snows and flowered meadows in the summer. 
This is the Sierra de San Pedro Mártir, a mountain chain that runs north-south along the middle part of the northwestern Mexican state of Baja California, with its name Spanish for "mountains of Saint Peter the Martyr." The highest point is Cerro de la Encantada, 3,096 meters (10,158 feet). Also known as Picacho del Diablo (Devil's Peak), this is the highest point in the state of Baja California, as well as the entire Baja California Peninsula, and a popular expert rock climbing and rappelling destination.


October Edition is Medical and Wellness
Be a part of this Special Edition

Special Medical & Wellness EditionWe realize you're waiting another week for the September edition, but we're already working on October and we need your help to make it our best and most informative MEDICAL & WELLNESS edition to date. So, do you have any health care questions? Medical or wellness article ideas? Any stories or experiences you want to share? Please send anything Medical, Health or Wellness related to

If you have a business in the health field, please email to get into our special edition guide with one of our discounted Medical & Wellness rates. Deadline is September 4th.
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Mexico Living CalendarLooking for something to do? Mexico Living has the most complete calendar of events available for Baja and Sonora. 

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