The Cost of Living in Merida Mexico

We just did a visa run to Cuba and we have successfully ‘renewed’ our tourist status in Mexico for another 180 days (6 months).

After looking back at the last 6 months we decided to put together a ”The Real Cost of living In Merida, Mexico” video (scroll down). Having no major financial ties to the US made it easy for us to pick and go in 2017. We’ve found it SO AFFORDABLE to live on US dollars in places where the cost of living is lower than America’s . i. e. the dollar STRETCHES πŸ’΅!

Our top three largest expenses (currently) are:
π‘πžπ§π­: $450 for a 2,000sq.ft. space with 2bed/1.5bath
π“π«πšπ§π¬π©π¨π«π­πšπ­π’π¨π§: $250 a la Uber
π†π«π¨πœπžπ«π’πžπ¬: $200 mainly at Costco Read more

Cafe Is A Mood

As we move from place to place it is comforting to find things that are familiar. Cafe is familiar! From China to Mexico cafes seem to have the same recipe for success.Β 

  1. Dope laid back music
  2. Strong WiFi
  3. Comfortable seating
  4. Great climate control
  5. Location, location, location

We love cafe’ng. We usually set up a remote office once we find “the right cafes.” It is a whole mood with us. We work our VIPKid classes, get off of work, hit the gym, clean up, and find the perfect cafe to work out of for the day. It really works for us. It hasn’t been working for our waistline but we love the vibe and the people that we meet.

 

Finding #thatcafe, the one that is comfortable and an all out experience to go to is one those things that we are always doing.

Culture is Cafe!

 

What’s and where’s your favorite cafe? Let us know.Β  We’ll list ours in the next blog “International Cafe” so stay tuned!