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Why are tires so expensive in Mexico?

Pata Salada Dec 23, 2010, 10:54 AM Post #1 of 22 (16444 views) Shortcut Tires in Mexico Can’t Post | Private Reply A couple of questions. First, why are tires so expensive in Mexico? And second, are any tires manufactured in Mexico for sale here? There seems to be plenty of resources for it. Peter […]


Mexican Wines

Posted by nancy on November 13, 2000 We are traveling to Mazatlan for Christmas this year and would love to sample some good Mexican wines. Can anyone supply us with the names of some good reds and whites? Posted by Bournemouth on November 14, 2000 Try L.A.Cetto, from Baja California. The owner of an Italian […]


Driving from Puerto Vallarta to Guadalajara

Posted by Leroy Blankenship on Marzo 28, 2000 We will be driving (yes, my brother insists upon driving instead of riding the bus) from Puerto Vallarta to Guadalajara next week, and return. It would be nice to take the fastest route in one direction and the most interesting or scenic route in the other direction. […]


Termite Resistant Wood for Home Construction Use

robt65 Dec 25, 2010, 5:29 PM Post #1 of 18 (38547 views) Shortcut Termite Resistant Wood for Home Construction Use. Can’t Post | Private Reply I believe at one time I read on this forum, that in Mexico there are several different woods that are pretty termite resistant. I only remember mesquite, another is bamboo. […]


You Know You Live in Mexico When…

Posted by jennifer rose on Abril 03, 2000 From another mailing list: You know you live or you’ve lived in Mexico when…….. [Let’s add to this list] -A wedding is at 8:00 p.m., you get there at 10:00 p.m. and nobody has arrived yet. -You will often have lunch and dinner at the same restaurant […]


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