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  1. We returned to Mexico from the US this past Wednesday and there was nothing to fill out about health. We did fill out a form before leaving Mexico but no one asked for it. We just needed the antigen test results.
  2. I think you made a wise decision. Our trip to Texas to get the vaccine was a great success and gave us a great peace of mind. Everyone must do what is best for them.
  3. I agree with Natasha 100 percent. When we came to Mexico in 2006, we started in Ajijic near the plaza, then to La Floresta, back to Constitution, then to Chapala near the park and now in Chapla Centro 2 blocks from the Plaza where we have been for almost 11 years. We came from the US with NO expectations and we deal with things as they come. We have never regretted our decision.
  4. We have lived in Chapala Centro for eleven years and never had problems with water
  5. Many pharmacies near Riverwalk. We made a mini vacation out of this.
  6. I am sorry...I meant San Antonio Texas. I hope you are able to work things out here.
  7. Very easy to do if you are able to go to San Antonio.
  8. First I would like to thank those who offered constructive help in how to go NOB for the vaccine. I have already personally thanked one individual in private who was particularly helpful but I would rather not mention that name. We thought we had everything worked out....the antigen tests, air reservations, hotel reservations. and vaccination appointments. But, before landing in San Antonio, we received an email that our appointments were rescheduled for the day after our return to Chapala. So, we had a bit of panic for the rest of the flight. But. we had a good ending. We stayed up
  9. I am sure because he is my husband. Is that a good enough basis for you? It must be a terrible burden to carry trying to help the world with a spelling error. Some might think that you are the insecure one who has the need to prove she might know more than others. The original OP asked about a painter, not for a spelling test. Stay on topic if you want to help someone. But before I end this, you might want to look back at the original post in this thread. You missed a spelling error. Guess what the word is that you missed. I hope the OP was not offended by you not helping him with his spellin
  10. A misspelling of a word is not an issue when you are talking to someone. I am sure, the the poster who misspelled the word knows how to pronounce it. Furthermore, the painter, Hector Sanchez, that he recommended is by far the best I have used as well. And, Hector has great command of the English language and would know what was being talked about if sal ee tray was pronounced incorrectly. But I am sure most on this board appreciate your spelling lesson of the day.
  11. I have a similar situation. We have been in the same house for 11 years and always paid in pesos. With conversion as it is, in US dollars we are paying 200 less today than 11 years ago. .
  12. The information that Mostlylost about the vaccine locally as well as the process in getting a vaccine in the US has been very helpful and accurate. He has really kept me on target and led me in the right direction. After getting the second dose of Sinovac here, we will be heading to Texas for another brand of the vaccine.
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