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  1. Hi there, Ok, not sure this is the right forum and it's a bit short notice, but - anyone making the drive from the US to the Ajijic/GDL direction across the border at Nogales next week? My mom is making the drive down. I had planned to take the bus up and meet her in Nogales and help her drive down but I have some things I can't really abandon for a few days. I will if I have to but some friends suggested I ask here if anyone is making the trip, and you can caravan? I know it's a long shot, but you guys are great so I hope someone is making the drive Thanks ahead of time
  2. Hello from Orlando, Florida! This is my first post and I wanted to introduce myself to the board. I am age 51, and planning to relocate to the Ajijic area in the next year. My goal is to run my small business from there, while enjoying a higher quality of life than I am accustomed to, here in Orlando. In relocation, I hope to make my monthly earnings stretch much further, this while decreasing my stress and improving my overall health. I had thought about relocation for the last year and received coaching this evening from an international travel expert and author whose first recommendation was Ajijic, based on my Top 10 list of wants and needs. I look forward to networking with some of you and finding a mentor who will help make transition to the Ajijic area much easier, based on expectations vs. reality. Have A Great Day! Joe In Orlando, Florida USA
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