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Zeb

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  1. 11 hours ago, bobby brown said:

    Stick up something up my nose?--Guess what ? I'll stay at home in my adopted country--"MEJICO"--I'm done with the west---!!!!--VIVA MEJICO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!-

    I did not ask for advice or opinion on whether or not I should travel.  You have no information on why I must travel.

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  2. 46 minutes ago, mudgirl said:

    FYI, not sure if you are familiar with Airbnbs, but you will need to send the host an Inquiry to ask questions, which you do by clicking on the "Contact Host" button under the listing description. 

    And third party bookings are against Airbnb terms of service, so your friends would have to open an  Airbnb account if they don't already have one, and book it themselves. 

    Thanks.

  3. 3 minutes ago, Ferret said:

    LOL! Let's just state that you get a lot more for your money in Mexico. It would have been better if the person making the enquiry had stated a maximum price willing to pay and go from there. There's a ton more qualifiers to find the perfect place so more detail would have been preferred.

    Tres Leones was always our recommendation and it was even better when Remy's was located there. There are many other choices based on needs and wants.

    You are correct.  That was a vital piece of info I should have gotten from the start.

  4. Just now, Loving Mexico said:

    What are the borders of the 3 sections within Chapala Haciendas? Are these different sections identified solely based on when the lots were opened for sale? Is there a map available that may show this?

    Many thanks.

    Just now, Loving Mexico said:

    What are the borders of the 3 sections within Chapala Haciendas? Are these different sections identified solely based on when the lots were opened for sale? Is there a map available that may show this?

    Many thanks.

    There are no borders.  There are three entrances.  It is all under one association.  There is a map of the community available in the office which is closest to Entrance 2.

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  5. 6 hours ago, Ferret said:

    I suggest you put any herbs etc. that you are buying in pots first and then place them where you want them. If they aren't happy, it's easy to move them and try a different location. I happen to like the architectural appeal of plants in pots. It adds height and visual appeal to a flatter landscape immediately. The pots also prevent the herbs and edibles from becoming invasive and growing where you don't them to be. It's an adventure and immensely rewarding when you get it right.

    We used a landscape architect who also owned a vivero just outside of Bucerias for our new build in San Pancho. For the most part, it was instant satisfaction and expensive. We still had to tweak things over the next two years. Such is life.

     

    Yes. Place in pots good idea.  I still want a layout for the yard.

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