Santa Lucia Riverwalk, Monterrey, Mexico


B00Mer
#1
My trip to Monterrey, Mexico.. I am moving here..








 
B00Mer
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B00Mer
#4
https://www.parquefundidora.org/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_...%ADa_riverwalk
 
Cannuck
#5
Why is this in the "Hot Topics" section?
 
B00Mer
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Why is this in the "Hot Topics" section?



Cannuck the attention whore.

I guess you don't get out much from your sisters basement
 
B00Mer
#7
What I find amazing is the bus services.. getting around from city to city, just hope on a bus.




 
Twin_Moose
#8
Nice
 
spilledthebeer
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post



Cannuck the attention whore.

I guess you don't get out much from your sisters basement




So very true!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!

 
taxslave
#10
Looks like a nice place to retire. Especially if the taxman is on your azz.
 
B00Mer
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Looks like a nice place to retire. Especially if the taxman is on your azz.

I am working on that..

3,400,000 pesos..






It right off the riverwalk..

Personally I think it's the shitty condo location in the building, but location and amenities outweighs everything else.

Comes with parking, 2 gyms, pool, entertainment place with BBQ's, lounge area to host business people.

2 Bedroom, 2 bath, high vaulted ceilings, 24/7 security.
 
MHz
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

Looks like a nice place to retire. Especially if the taxman is on your azz.

That happens a lot to 'your kind' does it??
Perhaps the whole loco collective can share the same retirement home. No internet

 
Cannuck
#13
Why would anybody want to move to Mexico and not live on or near a beach. This is my retirement spot

http://www.rivieranayarit.com/destin...de-guayabitos/

Doesn’t have all the gubmint services that the socialists want. That’s kinda why I like it
 
DaSleeper
#14
You have to be working to retire!
 
taxslave
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

I am working on that..
3,400,000 pesos..




It right off the riverwalk..
Personally I think it's the shitty condo location in the building, but location and amenities outweighs everything else.
Comes with parking, 2 gyms, pool, entertainment place with BBQ's, lounge area to host business people.
2 Bedroom, 2 bath, high vaulted ceilings, 24/7 security.

About a weeks fuel bill should cover that.
 
taxslave
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by MHzView Post

That happens a lot to 'your kind' does it??
Perhaps the whole loco collective can share the same retirement home. No internet

People that contribute to society often have problems with the taxman. Seems the government always wants more than their fair share.
 
Cannuck
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

You have to be working to retire!

Sorry for upsetting you
 
petros
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeperView Post

You have to be working to retire!

He's hoarding beer bottles and will cash in when the deposit jumps to 2 bits from a dime.

He says he drinks any beer that may have been missed or went skunky.

Guess who is going to piss in a couple beer and take in empties when I pass through Medicine Fart on my way to Calgary next month.
 
Cannuck
#19
Saskatistan's gain is Calgary loss
 
B00Mer
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Why would anybody want to move to Mexico and not live on or near a beach. This is my retirement spot
http://www.rivieranayarit.com/destin...de-guayabitos/
Doesnít have all the gubmint services that the socialists want. Thatís kinda why I like it

Donít be silly Gaynnuck!

Go tell all those people who retired in Arizona they should move to the ocean.

First off I am not retiring, I am just 100% working with website development and programming. You can do this from anywhere you have a strong Internet connection.

Second I love the dry climate, the mountains and big city..

Third, I have drivers for my trucks.. I donít need to be behind the wheel.

I call it semi-retired.
 
B00Mer
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslaveView Post

About a weeks fuel bill should cover that.

Eh?! 3,400,000 pesos = $179,508.10 United States Dollars

How big is your house dude?
 
Cannuck
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

Go tell all those people who retired in Arizona they should move to the ocean.

They can't afford to. That's why they're in Arizona. If you can't afford the ocean, that's fine. Lots of folks can't. Hell, look at Can Con. Most of our resident seniors can't afford to go anywhere. Obviously there's good money in recyclables eh!
 
B00Mer
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

They can't afford to. That's why they're in Arizona. If you can't afford the ocean, that's fine. Lots of folks can't. Hell, look at Can Con. Most of our resident seniors can't afford to go anywhere. Obviously there's good money in recyclables eh!

I hate the ocean, tsunamis, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes..

Tell me what natural disaster is the in Monterrey, MX

Nothing about affordability, my Internet company is based in Vancouver BC, but I live in Alberta.

There are a lot of expensive homes inland.. I understand you wouldn’t know this, because you have to have a job in order to even entertain the idea of buying a home.. working at a bottle depot isn’t a real job, something and uneducated, no skilled high school student would do for the summer.
 
Cannuck
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

I hate the ocean, tsunamis, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes....

Hehehehe....Iím sure....
 
B00Mer
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Hehehehe....Iím sure....

Go chase a banana..
 
DaSleeper
#26

Cannuck???

 
Cannuck
#27
Sorry for upsetting you guys again.

Seriously Boomer, if you got a job sorting bottles, you could probably afford a house by the beach.
 
B00Mer
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by CannuckView Post

Sorry for upsetting you guys again.

Don’t be silly, you’re not upsetting anyone..

Quit monkeying be serious for once.
 
Cannuck
#29
Quote: Originally Posted by B00MerView Post

....youíre not upsetting anyone....

Of course I am.
 
bill barilko
#30
Monterrey has long been an engine for the Mexican economy-a steady 4% to 5% growth for 40+ years really can work miracles.

Little known fact-a lot of folks from Scotland settled in/around Monterrey and their work ethic has both inspired and invigorated the locals-at one point I remember a Scottish phone book that served locals/no idea what it's like now.
 

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