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Yvette
76 Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico
Seeking: Male 62 - 74
Living situation: Live Alone
I had this at the end of my profile and see that after today I need to add this first. I am receiving interest from so many young men who are not respecting my age limits. I am not looking for a toy boy, I dont want to be your mother and I am not going to take you out of your misery and will not be your meal ticket. So please do not bother to respond as I will not reply. Interests: Arts, Computer research, Classical Music, Dance Music, Latin Music, New Age Music, Pop Music, World Music, Walking through Nature and on the beach, Other Religions, Sailing, Cruising, Cooking, Theatre, Opera, Travelling, Charity, Dancing, Some Camping, Reading, Movies, Art and historial Museums, some Jazz Music, sewing for interior decorating. General information: Young at heart, enthusiastic and active American/New Zealander (hold dual citizenship) retired in Merida Centro (better known as Gringo Gulch), Yucatan, Mexico, seeking a lovely man to share time, enjoy a nice meal and glass of wine, attend cultural activities and if all goes well, who knows. I have traveled and cruised extensively, more often than not, taking the road less travelled, have returned home to Merida and wish to reintroduce myself to the city with a man with similar interests. I am certainly open to sharing your interests and discovering new adventures. Although living in Mexico I can speak very little Spanish, is on my to-do list. I am open to relocation but I do not do cold, the reason for leaving New Zealand to move to year around warm in Mexico. My ideal situation, to have the best of both worlds is to spend the warmer six months in the northern hemisphere and the winter six months in Mexico or a warm climate. My future life choices are not written in stone with flexibility a necessity. Truly love cruising and land tours, have traveled extensively with friends and on my own organizing my own itineraries and travel to third world countries as well as European and elsewhere, 84 countries in all, have to my amazement, just completed my bucket list. Love to dance, music of all kinds such as, Latin, new age, classical, some jazz, pop music, easy listening, absolutely no rap or hard rock. Enjoy camping to a slight degree (can be a wonderful brief experience though with the right person but am more of a Marriott gal), crazy about a good movie and book, eating healthy. I am interested in the American Indian, having owned a Bed & Breakfast in Sedona, Arizona for a few years with a sweat lodge and ceremony performed by local reservation medicine men, what an experience! Now that I am in Mexico am interested in the Mayan culture. In the future, it is on my mind to do some overseas volunteer work with English conversation at English language schools or facilities requiring such assistance, have been accepted by two schools in Spain for week long sessions where room and board are provided, had offers in both Vietnam and Cambodia but was unable to return to Asia at that time. I have been so fortunate in so many ways and wish to now give more back. Am open to other opportunities that have not yet surfaced in my thoughts but could be in yours. I would love to find someone to join me in adventures that we both enjoy and can discover together.
Taya
55 Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico
Seeking: Male 40 - 80
Living situation: Live Alone
Rosario
73 Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Seeking: Male 59 - 66
Living situation: Live Alone
…..I invite you to read my profile, thanks. Hi, I’m Rosario, and they call me Charo. I speak English because when kids , my parents, 4 sisters , my brother and I went to live to San Antonio, Texas and were there for almost 9 years. When we came back to Monterrey, I specialized on bilingual teaching and taught here in different levels for many years. My last 13 years of teaching were with Pre-primary kids who are 6 and 7 years old and they filled my heart with love. I decided to retire on June 2008 after many months of thinking about it. My brother and sisters persuaded me to do it and not to wait until I was 65. They knew I loved my profession and my dedication to students , but it was time to change activities and start enjoying life. I was kind of hesitant because I did not know what I was going to do. Practicing Yoga and walking at parks in the mornings and evenings are part of my routine which help me feel great. I have found so many things to do and without pressure that I ask myself what time I did all these things before….. plus working .There are so many other different and nicer activities that keep my mind busy and help me stay happy and healthy. If you love what you do you will do a perfect job and you won’t get tired nor bored. On weekends I enjoy going over my sisters’ and spending it with all the family, watching T.V. and eating popcorn or playing table games. I also like to visit friends and just talk and laugh, sing and have fun, go dancing, or just take a walk at the plazas or parks. I do not like to stay home alone on weekends. I think I am easy to get along with. I like being outdoors, picnic, dancing, singing, camping, the beach, gardening, also staying home to clean it up, or simply just talk the 2 of us and be together, just about anything that can make it great when sharing that time with a special person , whom you can always be with , feeling comfortable and happy. If you want to we can become friends first , talk about ourselves, and share photos and experiences so that we can get to know each other little by little. Have a wonderful day God bless you, Bye, Charo

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