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  1. You will have to ask Henry Albrecton, the developer of Chula Vista, what it meant in 1950 Mexican Spanish. I know for sure he wasn´t cubano.
  2. Ferret, there isn´t any "Upper" Chula Vista and "Lower" Chula Vista except in the geographical location sense. All just one Chula Vista and one well and one water system. Don´t know where you got the idea it is two separate fraccionamientos. All 4 water storage facility reservoirs are on high ground. I was the water commissioner there for 8 years as well as President and Vice President in the 1980´s and 90´s. Chula Vista began in the 1950´s and Chula Vista Norte many, many years later. They are not connected legally, geographically, or in any other fashion. Chula Vista i.e. "beaut
  3. I think the Mexicans use TWO last names and the foreigners usually ONE last name. Some Brits will have two hyphenated last names. Just about everybody will have a first and middle name.
  4. Yeah, I know what it meant 50 years ago. A lot of things are developing in the US, the last few years as well
  5. Who and where is this "third world" ? It must someplace so unique that people living there or travelling there are so different that you can´t believe your eyes if you are from the "first" or "second" worlds. Maybe just a lot more people make it a "third" world ?
  6. Yes ferret, why do you indulge this imbecile in any fashion whatsoever. Quit giving him mouth to mouth resuscitation!
  7. Do you mean güeros? Never heard light skinned Mexicans called "blancos", (and I got a lot of them). Some prietos too.
  8. Besides Mexico, Sinovac is the primary vaccine in Chile, Brazil, Turkey, and a bunch of SE Asian countries, including Singapore and Hong Kong, which are not so called third world countries. Are you saying people from these countries can not travel to countries that don´t offer Sinovac?
  9. It may be a "puente" for a lot of businesses and individuals in Santa Cruz de la Soledad, just east of Chapala pueblo.
  10. mudgirl, I read all your posts and agree with most of them....BUT If you have any faults or errors, which most of us have to one degree or the other, it is.......... Making mountains out of mole hills....IMHO
  11. Very good summary and advice gimpychimp- I had one daughter that attended the Chapala Prepa and went on to achieve the highest grade average at ITESO for her carrera at graduation. Another grand daughter, attneded Cervantes, a top private prepa in GDL with top grades but couldn´t make it into U de G Medical school. Go figure!!!............Just goes to show you....nothing is certain.
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