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  1. It may be helpful for you to know that you may have to return for another inspection before a year goes by. For instance, my license plate ends in the number eight and I will need to go back for another inspection in September or October. After that, the inspection will be on a yearly basis. This is a photo of a poster at the inspection station.
  2. I was at the emissions testing site in Ocotlan yesterday. The service was efficient and friendly. In and out in about 40 minutes.
  3. Here is a recent thread about Villa Monet.
  4. Día de la Constitución. http://www.bajainsider.com/article/dia-de-la-constitucion-constitution-day-february-5
  5. Here is the lunch/dinner menu from their FB page. The breakfast, drink and dessert menus are also posted there.
  6. I was in close contact on December 26 with someone that subsequently developed COVID on January 3. I just found out about it at 4 pm today. I did not think there was much chance that I was infected, but wanted to be certain. I drove to Walmart and waited in line to get tested. It took about half an hour. I was back home ar 4:45. I got the email around 6 pm saying that the test was negative. One thing of interest was that the woman doing the testing told me that they are getting about 100 positives a day. These are the same two women that administered the test for my trip to the US in early October. They are very efficient. They tested about 20 people while I was there. All were Mexicans, I was the only gringo.
  7. This information is from Sonia Diaz's website. Under Mexican Consulate Pre-approval: "You must tell the consulate staff you intend to retire." Under Permanent Resident Visa: "Some consulates will not provide Permanent Resident pre-approval to those under retirement age. For those who are Temporary Residents and living in Mexico, you may become a Permanent Resident in less than 4 years if of retirement age." You can see her website here: http://www.soniadiaz.mx/immigration---visas.html
  8. I used to patronize Canela's Cafe, then the burrito place that closed. There's a farmacia there now. On the other end is the piroshki place and a plastic surgeon in between. They also rent rooms. They have never charged me so I guess I've been lucky.
  9. I don't pay for parking when I patronize a business there.
  10. One of my neighbors had a Canadian plated car that she donated to Cruz Roja. It did take several weeks to finalize. This was in the last 2-3 months. She now has a car with Mexican plates. All of this was accomplished without her leaving Chapala. I do not know the details of the donation.
  11. Luis is the guy in the photo on the right in the red boat. He is a fishing guide and he owns the pet store on Zargoza in Chapala. You can get in touch with him there. A friend of mine has caught a ten pound and an eleven pound three ounce bass in Lake Chapala. The largest one that I have caught was six pounds. Someone that has not caught a big bass before may be jealous and denigrate this great sport fish. Ajijic Fishing Club Facebook page and website. https://www.facebook.com/groups/392046431544108 https://drhook50hp.wixsite.com/ajijicfishingclub
  12. Dr. Ernest Codman originated the Codman's Pendulum exercises for patients that have had shoulder surgery. The exercises are designed to be used as the first post-operative treatment to help prevent seizure of the joint during healing. I had shoulder surgery in 2002 and the exercises were prescribed for me shortly after release from the hospital. Dr. Codman was born in 1869.
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