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#913230 in Books BookSurge Publishing 2008-10-30 2008-10-30Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 8.00 x .40 x 5.25l, .42 #File Name: 1439206864174 pages | File size: 37.Mb Robert Nelson : Boomers In Paradise: Living In Puerto Vallarta before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised Boomers In Paradise: Living In Puerto Vallarta: 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Great Inspiration and Valuable InformationBy Marcia SageI found this book enormously informative and motivational. The facts and figures provided by Mr Nelson matched perfectly with information given to us by our Mexican national friends. The personal accounts of people who had made the decision to live outside the US were varied and inspirational. I recommend this concise and well written book as just


plain fascinating reading, a great source of Mexican local experience and information and a welcome fount of inspiration. It will encourage you to make positive exciting changes in your life with reassurance you that you can understand what it takes to live well outside the United States in another beautiful part of the world.0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Fast read, made me want to research a little more.By TerryVery quick read. I liked reading about the people that have moved there, but it would have been nice to hear more about daily life and the areas in which the ex-pats live. More of a variety of people other than real estate workers would have been entertaining.0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Self Identify?By CustomerGood mix of expat stories and experiences. Helps level set your expectations in paradise. Todays baby boomers are not waiting for retirement to enjoy the good life. And even if they do retire, for most people under 60, leaving their jobs means something very different than sitting back and doing nothing. After a 40-year marketing career with major global brands and his own brand consultancy, author Robert Nelson moved to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and wrote his book. In Boomers in Paradise: Living in Puerto Vallarta, he shows boomers the pleasures and the perils of this self-described Jewel of the Mexican Riviera. Unlike other books on Mexico, 14 different boomers tell their personal stories of how they came to live in Puerto Vallarta, and what their daily lives are like. As diverse in scope as it is informative in nature, through these unique interviews, Nelson shares these very personal accounts of living in Puerto Vallarta and shows boomers how to get the most out of a brand new life whether they are married, single, retired or want to continue to work. Nelson leaves no stone unturned in this collection of practical, honest, on-the-ground knowledge about Puerto Vallarta. As baby boomers come of age, pockets of expat communities are blossoming throughout Mexico, with lush Puerto Vallarta topping the list as a prime destination for retiring and semi-retiring North Americans. A former marketing exec, Nelson has lived in "PV" for the past six years, entrenching himself in this Pacific Coast tropical enclave, and is using his authority to become the go-to guy for those interested in calling Vallarta home. As he writes: "The best way to learn about a place, I think, is to get to know the people who live there." While the cornerstones of this concise, easy-to-read volume include both statistical research and the author's expertise, the book's marrow is a wellspring of combined experience of some 14 expats from different fields and walks of life who have lived the city's evolution. From a medical specialist and lifestyle magazine publisher to several Mexico real estate gurus, the book captures professional and personal perspectives of Puerto Vallarta's longtime locals, some who have done quite nicely south of the border with their entrepreneurial drive. The one commonality that binds them? Each has succumbed to Vallarta's enchanting spell, many never to return to the hurried pace of North American life. Through their stories, answers from the most basic to advanced questions any potential expat might ponder are answered, from health care in Mexico, to working and investing in the country, and even sound predictions for Puerto Vallarta's future. In creating a book studded with both facts and local opinions, and in dispelling the myths about life in Mexico, Nelson has done a great service for anyone considering this country as a final destination. --Kirkus DiscoveriesAbout the AuthorLongtime expat Robert Nelson lived in the Mexican tropical paradise for seven years. He has closely observed the baby boomer generation during his over forty-year career as a marketing executive with global companies and had his own brand consultancy. He holds a masters degree in mass communications from San Jose State University, where he was an adjunct advertising professor. He is also Co-Founder of myinternationaladventure.com, an online international relocation guide that helps international adventurers move, live and work abroad. You can find out more about Robert Nelson at http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=231822549trk=tab_pro. Well-known Puerto Vallarta artist, Ada Colorina provided the art for the book. More can be found out about her at her website, http://www.adacolorina.com

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