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... for any RV so take it slow and on your way out watch out for low hanging branches which I'm going to report back to Teo.
Got back into Ajijic midday Monday and RV is back in storage until the next adventure.
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... burn you. This is the best month to enjoy the outdoor pool, if you like your water warm, like I do.
In June and July, Lake Chapala remains in the high 80’s, rarely going over 90. The nights stay cool in the 60’s with some pretty dramatic rain storms that can last for hours and can knock out electricity. There is the occasional day time storm, but will not last long. The sun will replace the clouds to dry things up rather quickly. ...
... feet furnished and an owner resale. This unit was amazing and very, very well equipped with an exceptionally large balcony on the second floor of the tower. There is apparently some litigation going on in this development with the current homeowners and the contractor/builder that makes a purchase here in El Dorado a little tentative, but they say they will provide exemptions on this litigation for any resale units from existing owners.
... what luck. He fixed our lock as good as new in about 3 minutes for 40 Peso (or $3.50). The market is quite extensive with everything from CD's, DVD's, clothing, vegetables and even poultry and meats. While Deb and I made a few basic purchases (oranges, garlic, tomatoes, etc.) we just can't get there with this poultry sitting on a table in the sun as the vendor hacks away and throws them into plastic bags. We've checked with other expats we've seen in the ...
... in the ancient rituals practiced to garner favor from the deities ruling over the four elements – earth, air, water and fire.
Sayacos are also linked to the legendary Xicantzy, a female village elder and direct descendent of the area’s ancestral tribal ruler who was distinguished for wearing extravagant clothing and lots of glittery jewelry.(I like her already) Some oral ...
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