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Everything posted by AngusMactavish

  1. They have a few seats but why not walk to the park if home is too far? It is a fish market.
  2. Boca Mar, Benito Juarez 547 A, behind the mercado, not only offers fresh seafood, they will cook it for you too. I ordered a half kilo of coconut shrimp and now see how it should be made. They were in balls and void of a tail shell. Just the right size to eat with your hand. The order was more than two chowhounds could eat at a sitting. With side salad 155 MXN.
  3. It is the state's money collector and is located: https://www.google.com.mx/maps/place/Recaudadora+Estatal/@20.292676,-103.1943255,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x842f40badabac0f1:0x3e8eeb8bcbdbec60!8m2!3d20.2903633!4d-103.1863912?hl=en The "side window" is the building's only window and is on the right side. There the lady will make the copies you need and audit the forms for what is needed. Small cost and well worth it.
  4. Really poor parsing Andy. The card will get you into the US but the people that issue TIPS have not read your post. I lived in the border zone before here and a TIP will not be granted to a passport card holder. One may be get a tourist card, I don't know, I always got a TIP too.
  5. I have two Respironics Virtuoso LX fully auto titrating machines available. I had them as backups and no longer need either one. With power cords but no hose or mask. They are easy to adjust and I will show you how, but they are automatic and self adjust. $600 MXN each. 100% satisfaction is guaranteed.
  6. The side window in Chapala will audit your papers and make copies that are needed. There is an English speaking clerk. Other than that, just show up with your appointment slip and paid receipt. You will be out in 20 minutes with the license.
  7. Not "sweet view" or "cool view"? I was raised in Cuban Spanish.
  8. I discovered them at the Jacaranda restaurant in SMA and would not return without doing it again.
  9. Its use has diminished in the United States and many other parts of the world because, like many phosphate-based cleaners, it is known to cause extensive eutrophication of lakes and rivers once it enters a water system.
  10. Ajijic is not the center of the universe. I have been in Chapala Centro for over four years and we have had no water problems.
  11. Yes, but not as being used in this thread.
  12. Everything one needs to know with online health registration. https://www.vuelaseguro.com/login
  13. A Rainbird has a sound you never forget.
  14. This book is in very good condition with dust cover. ebay wants $88 USD. I will take $1,000 MXN. PUBLISHER: Instituto de la Cultura del Estado de Guanajuato DATE/EDITION: 1996, first edition, no additional printings indicated. BINDING: Hardbound in black cloth with blind stamped lettering on the front cover and spine, 9" x 11 1/2", 313 pages plus index. DUST JACKET: Yes, the jacket is in good clean condition. BOOK CONDITION: The book is also in very good condition, very clean and
  15. I have almost a whole pound that I do not wish to play with. If you can, let me know via PM.
  16. Just read this butt squeezer: All of Mexico’s approximately 15 million seniors have now had the opportunity to be vaccinated against Covid-19, but some 4 million decided not to get a shot. President López Obrador said Tuesday that just over 11 million people aged 60 and over had received at least one dose of a vaccine. Seniors who haven’t yet had their second required dose will receive it in the coming weeks and months.
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