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ollieburger
5/15/2012 08:39 EST

I know there are expats in Merida; I am wondering, however, if there are other expat communities in the Yucatan.

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Jreygringa
5/22/2012 09:08 EST

The Yucatan Peninsula contains 2 states: Quintana Roo and Yucatan. Merida is in the state of Yucatan.
There are many expat communities all over the Yucatan, Progreso, the beach area near Merida including Chelem, Chixculub, Telchac Puerto, and more. The Riviera Maya with Akumal, Playa del Carmen, Cozumel & Cancun. Also, Isla Mujeres is an up and coming expat community. Simply depends of what lifestyle you want......city life with nearby beaches or beach life with nearby cities.
Have fun checking them all out!

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ml500
6/5/2012 17:37 EST

We live in a small village North of Izamal and there are Expats living here. We selected the area because we like the atmosphere of a small community and absolutely no crime.

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ghie
6/5/2012 23:25 EST

thats sound like an ideal place...is there any jobs there? i would love to move from los angeles ..

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Iturbide
6/6/2012 16:53 EST

Hola Jreygringa, Believe the peninsula has 3 states, 3rd one being Campeche, which has the island like city of Playa Carmen

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Iturbide
6/6/2012 16:57 EST

Been to Izamal, last November and found the area quite quiet, tranquil and attractive to live. Apprecaite If I can inquire the village you live in and other surrounding villages, gracias

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Jreygringa
6/6/2012 17:24 EST

Yes! You are correct.
My mistake :0(

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