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  1. What previous posts states are true. I myself went to one of those schools. It was a hoot. I loved it. Only me and one other were the only guys. At first I thought I was in over my head. The Doctor spoke English so was helpful after class plus, every lady I sat next to were a big help. i.e. when I looked lost I got a polite elbow in my ribs and directed to the correct page. Everyone in my class treated me so well and helped all they could. Even though I was the only gringo there. I stood out in a funny way. I was treated like a human being nothing special or nothing less. What you learn is first aid and CPR. The first chapter teaches us we are not Doctors not paramedic just treat the person till the real professionals arrived. You learn to inject, bandage wounds, IVs etc. Plus part of passing the class you have spend time working for a Clinic or the Res Cross. Now caring for an elderly is in the DNA of Mexican people. So you learn the basics which is good. For me just being around 30 or so wonderful caring, loving people was an experience I would not trade. To some it up if you need a caregiver please consider on of these people.
  2. I was in Jocotepec last June. Traffic no problem. I moved to Jocotepec over 15 years ago. Smart move on my part. Easy trip to Guadalajara also.
  3. One of the reasons I left the area after 20 years living there.
  4. My problem is she visited my Nursing home many years back and one of my famous residents for an interview. After I asked to read what she wrote and was told I had to subscribe. I have had many people visit my nursing home and never had not one to tell I could not read or view my interview. Oh well.
  5. I lived in Roca Azul club/RV park for 3 years and will never go back there again. I wish I could explain more but do not want to have problems.
  6. I would also offer my deepest condolences .
  7. I have this portable for sale brand new never used warranty up to 6 liters per minute. Not cheap. Problem I am in San Carlos in Sonora. Not cheap. $2800.00 dollars. Just what I paid for it. Includes extra battery connects to car power or home. I wish you the best. I have this one for sell b
  8. I remember as recent as a half a million years ago Florida was under water. I was there. That Was before evil Republicans roamed the earth. The earth is always changing and will always change nothing man do can stop it. The Big Lebowsky is a classic. I loved it.
  9. I remember (a term I can use often these days) the Galeria Mall binging a skelton in the late 90s for many years when I first started visiting this area.
  10. Today Texas reported: * 0 Covid related deaths--the only time that's happened since data was tracked in March, 2020. * the fewest Covid cases in over 13 months * the lowest 7-day Covid positivity rate ever * the lowest Covid hospitalizations in 11 months. Thanks, Texans!
  11. Ok all I can say I have a Firestick I bought in from a super guy between Chapala and Ajijic and have traveled from Jocotepec to Colombia and mine has served me well. I bought mine from Derick originally and it lost the programing I think to lack of use because of lack of use because I lived in an area in Joco where the internet .uks. I am now in an area where I have super internet. and use mine daily for everything. Especially Chinese ping pong. Ha, Just kidding.
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