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  1. I shall be driving alone with my dog from Tucson, Az to Ajijic. Has anyone recently made this trip crossing the border at Nogales? I would like to know what cities, (and hotels) are safe to stop at along the way. US State Department and Trip Advisor post danger warnings that make me very nervous. Any information you may have on the route down would be appreciated. Ann
  2. I am sure glad I am a Canadian, I recently went to check travel advisory on the Canadian gov. website, I am quite safe to trave lalmost anywhere, than I went to the USA travel advisory. site.let it be hold! I can not go anywhere!, to my condo in ixtapa any more or visit my friends in manzanllo. Cosider becoming a Canadian we are a lot safer here than our American friends! a
  3. Have a friend who is looking for a ride to Mascota. Please let us know if anyone is going that way and would like company.
  4. I drove down to Chapala last Oct and the Hwy from Nogales to Navajoa was a complete mess. Almost all the way, the 4 lane was closed on one half side leaving only a 2 lane, 2 direction road with no shoulders. Very dangerous and irritating. Was so bad, that they didn't even collect tolls!! Has anyone used this route in the last few weeks and can give me an update on current situation? I am driving down again at end of Jan and have to decide whether this route or taking a longer alternative route. Don't need route instructions, just current conditions of Hwy 15/15D from the border. Thanks in advance.
  5. Just drove down from British Columbia last week thru Nogales, AZ. I make the trip from Nogales to Chapala in 2 days with an overnight stop in Los Mochis. The Carretera and Autopista (15D) was completely ripped up throughout all of Sonora and most of Sinaloa. 15D was one lane in each direction on one side of the highway, with the other side (2 lanes) closed for maintenance/rebuilding, and switching from one pair to the other pair of lanes every few kilometers. Strongly recommend that you choose a different route. Construction appears like it will continue for months or even years!! NOT safe, and if one accident along the way, highway will likely get closed until wreckage is cleared because not even a shoulder, paved or otherwise, to drive on!! Will be going back the long way thru Laredo.
  6. For years I've been hearing about Los Altos. Mainly people telling me I should go there cause people look like me. I see it on the map, looks lovely, up high in the mountains .. the largest Euro population in the nation. Anybody been there? Are the people nice? Are there things to do? At lot of French settled there. Anybody still speaking French?
  7. Sample for Canje (Visa from consulate you swap for card in Mexico) The yellow is where they should fill in the box for Canje and give you 30 days
  8. Interested in traveling to Puebla? Love nature? Then this tour might be for you. Presentation on the tour - Monday, May 15, 2017 - 11 am at the Real de Chapala Hotel - Maria Bonita Bar (off main lobby) Tour outline attached. If you are interested in this tour and would like more information or pricing, PM me.
  9. Hello all, This is an unusual "last shot" request, but my mother who is 97 years old is at Casa Nostra here and is in her final days. She requested a certain dress to be buried in. We have desperately tried to ship it from Minnesota, but it is not allowed because of Mexican drug enforcement laws. FedEX, UPS and USPS will not accept the dress for shipment. So I am reaching out to see if anyone here knows of someone willing to bring the dress with them in the next few days if they are coming to the area. We would overnight the dress to them. As you can imagine, this has been an ordeal in many ways. My family would be eternally grateful if someone would help us fulfill my mother's wishes. It is a special dress she wore to our weddings, and it means a lot to her. Many thanks, Martha Murphy marthamurphy@gmail.com
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