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Francois Bertrand

"The last InterNations event was just great: I had some very nice chats with fellow expats (even Canadians like me) in Mexico City. "

Barbara Melington

"With InterNations, we had the chance to find a good bi-lingual school for our children in Mexico. They are gonna grow up as true 'third-culture kids'! "

Living in Chalco de Díaz Covarrubias

Chalco de Díaz Covarrubias is known to some as 'The City on the Lake', simply because of its proximity to the ancient Lake Chalco, in Mexico. Living in Chalco de Díaz Covarrubias can be a bit confusing at first, with its unique customs and cultural differences, but once you've got settled down, you'll have no problem getting to know the local community. The Church of Chalco is just one of the many amazing examples of Baroque architecture in the city, and is a good place to start if you're looking to learn about the area. The Universidad Azteca is the private university of the city, and provides a lot of jobs for people who live locally. However, if living in Calco de Diaz Covarrubias sounds a little like it might be overwhelming, then you can visit the InterNations website, where there are thousands of expatriates just like you, who are willing to lend a helping hand.

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Moving to Chalco de Díaz Covarrubias

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Working in Chalco de Díaz Covarrubias

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Francois Bertrand

"The last InterNations event was just great: I had some very nice chats with fellow expats (even Canadians like me) in Mexico City. "

Barbara Melington

"With InterNations, we had the chance to find a good bi-lingual school for our children in Mexico. They are gonna grow up as true 'third-culture kids'! "