Transitions Abroad Webzine With Three Articles By Me

Yes I’ve been slacking on updating this blog. I have plenty of stories in the works, but also tons of hours at the day job.

Thanks to all of you who read this blog and especially those who follow it. I love reading your comments, so please let me know where you are and why you are interested in Mexico.

Transitions Abroad, one of the best websites on living and working abroad, just released their April webzine. Three of my articles are featured in it, including one of my favorites, A Drinking, Smoking, Womanizing Saint, researched and written during my first trip in Guatemala two summers ago.

The issue is devoted to Latin America, with many stories focused on finding work or volunteer opportunities.

You can check it out by clicking here.

I don’t want to use this post to just plug the webzine, so enjoy some recent photos:

villa de carbon 2

villa carbon

market fruit

bellas artes bikes

volcan bike

bike metro


About Ted Campbell

U.S.-Canadian writer, translator and university teacher in Mexico. Travel stories and practical tips on my blog No Hay Bronca: Twitter: @NoHayBroncaBlog // Contact: nohaybroncablog (at)

Posted on April 20, 2013, in Guatemala, Mexico, Reading material, Teaching ESL, Working in Mexico and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Great Post , I actually found it useful where you started , may you be rewarded for slacking on updating this blog. you really have plenty of stories in the works, but still also balancing it with tons of hours at the day job

  2. Hello, very professional high level of writing it! So many people to comment, let me also to comment on it. Because good writing, and I learned a lot, and I am glad to see such a beautiful thing. Thanks very much !

  3. Hola TC! Planning a trip to Mexico end of June and early July. Looking forward to exploring options about living and working there in the near future. Thanks for sharing your experiences on the blog!

  4. Hi Ted, or any of your many readers – Don of Cape Town here – do you know where/if there is a downloadable English translation of the new Mexico Immigration Act ? Saludos y hasta pronto, Don

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