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I have been waiting 6-months for my U.S. insurance to
respond to a request for approval to pay for my lower back surgery in Mexico.
We have not received an answer, so, I am still having problems with my lumbar
discs and we are still looking for some results.
We decided to buy a truck camper to use as our Mexico ...
Last night "'NEITHER WIND NOR RAIN" could dampen the spirits of the Ajijic community. Although most of the Expats stayed home snuggled in their homes not so for the Mexicans. All the festivities went on as planned. The Mariachi played,the Ballet Folklorico danced, Speakers called out the "El Grito" (The Cry) ...
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I hired two young men who work for a local propane delivery service. They told
me that they knew what to do, and got to work the day I spoke to them. Six
hours later, the lines were hooked up, but the generator would not start. They
had not hooked it up correctly and now needed to make a parts store run and
return. It was now after 4pm and I informed them to wrap it up. I paid them for ...
Here it is Thursday night and we find that we only have ten (10) days left in paradise. Today was a good day - started off with breakfast at our local haunt, Cafe Negro and then it was on to downtown Ajijic to look a the different shops on the Colon.
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