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    Poutine Place

    If you haven't tried Poutine Place yet, it's definitely worth a trip. The food is fresh, delicious, and beautifully presented. The place itself is adorable. It's bright, colorful, and airy with lots of light, as you are surrounded by big windows. The prices are more than reasonable, and the portions are quite adequate. I had my first poutine there, and was quite surprised. It was very delicious. There were 4 Canadians at the next table who raved about the gravy. I had the chicken topping, which I would definitely order again. Word has it that they will begin serving Fish & Chips next week!
  2. Probably a slightly different issue, but I responded to an email from Bancomer that I received the day after I replaced my debit card. The email congratulated me on my new card, had my full name, address, and account number, and instructed me to fill out information necessary to verify it for security purposes. The next day, 7000 pesos was taken from my account. When I reported it to the bank, they told me that Bancomer never sends out emails, and I should not have responded to it. They sent a report to the main bank, who started an investigation. This was back in April. Now 4 months later, they still have no answer for me. When I call, they tell me it is still under investigation, and that I should not call them - they will call me. Many people that I have shared this with have told me they know someone who had a similar experience with losing money from their Bancomer account. All this is to say use extreme caution with any email from Bancomer, no matter how official it looks. The one I received was extremely offical looking - down to the tiniest print, logos etc. It might be wise to print out any email and take it directly to the bank, rather than fill anything out online.
  3. I'm flying. She's had all the shots recently, and I have an appointment shortly before I leave so they can sign off on all the certificates within the 10 days of arriving. Hearing about the USDA is worrying me though.
  4. I am getting ready to move to Ajijic with my cat. I have the paperwork ready, but I think I read somewhere that you need to take it to the USDA. Does anyone have info on this?
  5. I am flying into Mexico with my cat in a few months, and found this website which has all the requirements for traveling with pets to another country. They also sell pet passports and pet travel documents for specific countries. Pettravel.com Click on "Services" Then "Pet Passports" Then "Mexico" from the drop down menu Then "Passports and Instructions"
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