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  1. Super Lake in the refrigerated section.
  2. Dottiejane - I´m sending you a message about a possible place.
  3. Oxireyes, in Riberas, delivers medical oxygen 24/7. 33 3104 5218. The way it works is you can rent a tank from them (the big 5 foot tall tanks) for 5,000 pesos, I think. When it gets low, you call them and they´ll come and switch it out for a full one. Refills cost 1,500 pesos. They will also fill your own tank if you have it, but it might take half a day before you get it back if they do the pickup/delivery. You could also take your tank to their place in Riberas to get filled. You can also rent oxygen concentrators that go up to 5 L/m at Lidia Zamudio´s medical supply store (West Ajijic 376 688-3385, San Antonio 376 766-2088.) I know Lidia also used to rent out small portable O2 tanks, but they may be in limited supply since COVID.
  4. I used CBX last week. I used TIJ as the destination on Volaris' website, and at some point in the process they asked me if I wanted to buy CBX tickets too. The QR code that is the boarding pass also included the CBX ticket. Pretty seamless.
  5. and that laws criminalizing abortion are unconstitutional. From the New York Times (wasn't a paywall for me) https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/07/world/americas/mexico-supreme-court-decriminalize-abortion.html This is huge.
  6. We had the same problem but I didn't bother trying to get a correction. Lot numbers were correct.
  7. Possibly a typo -- manchego is one of the quesos espanoles.
  8. I could never get the Telmex app to work (but per Natasha, I'll try capitalizing the password). But I found out that you can pay Telmex bills through the Telcell app - an app I've never had problems with. Works for me.
  9. I used to go to Pablo's until 2 or 3 years ago, and the only reason I stopped was that he got busier and the wait time increased too much (for me). (Plus, my cars have been running fine and have only needed routine maintenance, which anyone can do.) He does good work and the prices were fair. No ripoffs or questionable replacement of parts, etc.
  10. I'm looking for the phone numbers of pipas that deliver in the area -- especially to Ajijic and west. Anyone have any?
  11. Yes, in Chapala across the street from the Yacht Club (where the Feria de Maestros is held). You make an appointment on line.
  12. Do you know if it is the trivalent or quadrivalent version?
  13. Costco Mexico has them for 299p delivered, if you happen to be a member.
  14. Try using the google translate app on a smartphone. You take a photo of the letter and the app translates it.
  15. Mine stopped working a couple of weeks ago. I went to the bank and they said it was because I hadn't used it in a while. I had to uninstall and reinstall it, but I don't know if the guy at the bank did anything else.
  16. Mark - Are you looking for info/help to take the dog with you to the US, or are you trying to get her to the US for adoption via one of the rescue groups? As others mentioned, the rescue groups moving dogs to the US for adoption aren't operating right now. But it shouldn't be a problem to take the dog with you to the US - a matter of getting paperwork regarding vaccinations and vet health checkup.
  17. I have blueprints for my house (in a different frac), and the blueprints are incorrect with regard to the location of the sewage pipes (and don't even show the fosa). I ended up using Jose Martinez to find the blockage and the fosa. He uses a camera on a cable in the pipes to estimate distance and direction. Although that may only be moderately useful with a big lot and a long distance to the fosa.
  18. El torito usually has jugs of organic apple cider vinegar (1.9L jug)
  19. Are these Operation Feed masks the flat, pleated type, or the one that are more conical? Ties or elastic? Metal strip across the bridge of the nose?
  20. Bancomer in Ajijic has been closed, but I've been taking money out of the machines (at the bank) for several days without any problems. No lines.
  21. I can't point you to an official answer, but from what I've heard, SIMAPA is not quick to turn off your water for non-payment. I think you'd have to get a few months behind before they would. Probably one thing you don't have to worry about right now.
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