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  1. 6 hours ago, RickS said:

    So you are suggesting that Calle Allen Lloyd will be extended north to intersect the Libramiento 'somewhere around/just east of the entrance to Vista Alegre? For that to be effective would there not have to be a new traffic signal there? 

    I know that I am in the minority here but.... I just don't find the 'Walmart' intersection to be such a nightmare... considering the amount of cars in general on the road nowadays. Both now and in the high season (which I don't see much difference any more!). Of course it is worse than it was 10 years ago, but what isn't.



    That is already a through road, I have used it before. The problem is it is part of the arroyo and has badly washed out in the past. It comes out on the south side of El Dorado across from the medical center. There is an "underpass" for the water from the arroyo to go through on its' way down to the lake.

    I noticed the new sidewalk which was put in between Laguna mall and the gas station and I think that is the property which is going for $3,200,000.00. The property after Charlotte's is also quite big and borders on the arroyo/road by el Dorado and it may be the one for sale, don't know.


  2. Mario's Ajijic is the restaurant located there. The quality and consistency which has been a trait of Mario's San Antonio is continued at this new place. One of their specialties in Ajijic is the lamb shank which is absolutely delicious and one cannot go wrong when ordering their filet mignon. Something different at this location is the bar which is stocked with all high shelf alcohol. The staff are friendly and efficient, there is a lovely ambiance and the whole dining experience is good. I have not seen a bad review since they opened and never have seen anything but good reviews on Mario's San Antonio. 

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  3. 1 hour ago, Mainecoons said:


    Because of my very poor hearing and resulting cognitive damage I just can't hear the spoken Spanish language well enough to pass any oral language tests.  I think I could pass a written test. 



    "The Spanish language exam is easier. You’ll be shown some pictures and asked to write a description of each in Spanish. You’ll then read a paragraph in Spanish and answer some questions about its content."

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  4. 9 hours ago, ibarra said:

    That's not all that is wrong with spelling in the post. Are you not willing to use spell check?  Look at your post in Classified section too.  x

    All of your posts have the same problem, that is, you apparently believe it is up to you to demand others do as you say.  Nobody cares if there are some mistakes, and nobody is criticizing others posts but you. We all were able to understand the message made, you felt the need to ridicule and judge. Says much about you.


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  5. On 7/12/2023 at 11:10 PM, NEWMtnMama said:

    I would like to make a few suggestions concerning posting to this Board. If you are reviewing a restaurant or recommending a business, please include general location and/or contact information. You were at the restaurant and used the business, so you already have that information. If you are posting to help the business or the people reading the post, it is only courteous to include where to find them or how to contact them. I know this is a WOKE concept but think about it.

    I know that descriptions of locations on the Caraterra are iffy at best. But at least give it a try. Cross streets or 'West Ajijic past the cemetery' or 'in Riberas east of the Pemex' gives some clue as to where the business is located.  

    A snide 'just Google it' doesn't do anybody any good. An answer that says 'Juan Garcia is the best plumber' is of no use at all. Small businesses and services often don't have a Web presence. So IF you are trying to be helpful, include enough information to be useful. If you are just posting to show off, ,ignore this post.

    Highlight the name, right click and then click on "Search Google for the name" and it will bring info up. Easy peasy.

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  6. 12 hours ago, Ian Greenwood said:

    Los Compadres is one of the few restaurants in town that has a professional Chef ( the owner )…If he decides to make pizza with his international experience it may be a just what we need . Although we eat  at many restaurants I personally feel Teocintle and Los Compadres along with Casa Linda are way above the rest. Pancho tells me he’s going to put a major pizza oven in his west location so maybe…..

    The owner, Marco, hired the professional chef who is not the owner. 

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