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  1. Beautiful photo. Thanks for posting it.
  2. The link posted above is, of course, in Spanish. But it has a pretty straightforward interface for how to set up an appointment. Someone I work with went today to renew and was in and out in 20 minutes. He set up the appointment on Sunday for this morning. https://citas.jalisco.gob.mx/transporte/client/locationList Not sure if there is a phone #, and even if there is, I've never had much luck getting a phone call answered at a government office.
  3. I had the burger yesterday and it was excellent. and yes, that's a great bun. Carlo told me he's shortening his hours for the time being due to Covid slowness. Open Tues-Sat, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  4. The "junk truck" drove by my house this morning in Upper Centro Ajijic. From the sound of the recording it may have been a different one than I usually hear. Not sure. At any rate, I've called this one before: 33 3457 8469 and arranged to have him take away a dead dryer. He uses whatsapp. Can't remember his name, sorry.
  5. Yes. Exactly. The office I work in was certified yesterday to re-open (with strict protocols and limitations) to protect everyone's health: employees, clients, vendors etc., anyone who might enter the office. As I understand it, these requirements were dictated by the state, and are being implemented/certified/enforced by local Chapala government authorities. I didn't realize until today--because I wasn't involved--that it was a lot more work than I'd imagined to "qualify" the office to re-open legally. Jalisco requirements....administered locally, with latitude granted to allow for different types of businesses. (i.e. a medical facility is different than a real estate office is different than a BerryMex farm is different than an Hewlett-Packard Plant.........and bla bla bla.) In other words, an ENORMOUS undertaking. Subject to modifications, of course. I give Jalisco State credit for taking on a huge task. Imagine! Of course there will be burps and hiccups and discoveries of unintended consequences. Pandemics are rarely convenient. They suck.
  6. Yes. First thing I ever ordered. Lots of good stuff there. The grilled vegetables, the Quinoa salad, the "Mykonos" Shrimp (though I don't know what it has to do with Mykonos, seemed more achiote-like but..... tasty!). The BBQ ribs, when freshly prepared, are a winner too. He had a mac and cheese special one night that was wonderful. A blessedly limited menu, all well executed.
  7. West Ajijic, carretera lakeside. For west end of the same string of bodegas that has restaurants El Ancla and Jitomate. Niisa's is good.
  8. You are right; thanks for the correction! Didn't make sense to me that it was gone. I think I was blinded by the new Frutería signage next door.
  9. I'm not sure if the one in Ajijic by Plaza Montana is there any more? Maybe one of their regular clients will know if it is, or if they moved, or vanished from Ajijic?
  10. It's still there: DIRECTLY across from restaurant Cocinart. 766-5640 https://telares-los-reyes.negocio.site/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=referral
  11. Los Telares is on16th of Septiembre, across from Cocinarte, last time I looked. (You can't turn left from Colon.) Don't know if they're open but if not, I bet you could purchase one if you can make contact with them. Bang on the door. See if there's a cell phone #. I bet someone lives there....
  12. This new thing called google is a miracle. Closed today. 😃 376 766 0097 Adelita Bar & Grill, phone
  13. My good friend Carlos Hermosillo started this business, the "K-9 Boutique Hotel" a while back. Carlos was a protegé of Art Hess, and has been a dog walker/trainer and pet/house sitter for years. He speaks excellent English and is a great person. Very responsible and wonderful with dogs. Now along with doing dog-walking/sitting, he also has a boarding facility. It's practically luxurious! And there's plenty of room for dogs to play and get exercise. Very convenient also if you're going to/from Guadalajara, the airport, or beyond. Here's a link to the Facebook page, plus a copy of his business card. K-9 Boutique Hotel
  14. I don't live directly on the carretera in Chapala like you do. I live one block above the carretera in central Ajijic , and I work in real estate so am crossing and entering/exiting the road daily, frequently. My observation is perfectly accurate for where I live because I don't live near you. 😀 Sorry for your inconvenience.
  15. I live in the center of Ajijic, and I work. So I am contstantly driving and seeing the carretera, at all times of day. The bike path is used by TONS of people, most of whom are workers going to and from jobs. It was used before the improvements, and now it will be even more. IMO all of the foreigners on this forum who have condemned the project and called it a "bikepath for nobody" are flat clueless, driving occassionally in their cars, and for whatever reason unable to see all the traffic in the bikepath. Go take a look at it during "rush hour".
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