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RE: Mixed Messages

We had an interesting discussion about our neighbor who has permanent residency in Mexico and is Canadian. He is going to get his Mexican citizenship as soon as things open up again (us too). IF he already had it, it still wouldn't open up the Canadian border to him going south because he would have to get a visa to visit the US!!! Catch 22.
Talleyho69 05/09/21 07:38pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mixed Messages

A neighbor here, who has permanent residency status, queried the Canadian Government. He was told he would not be able to enter the US by land from Canada no matter what his status. So, instead of driving back to Canada, he will be flying.
Talleyho69 05/09/21 02:24pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Ixtapa Trailer Park

Sure hope you are right.
Talleyho69 04/30/21 01:11pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Zihuatanejo, Guerrero Covid Vaccinations

Just back from getting my second Pfizer vaccine. They have just started registering the 50 to 59 year olds nationally so they can start vaccinating them. There is hope!!
Talleyho69 04/30/21 12:49pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Zihuatanejo, Guerrero Covid Vaccinations

Tomorrow, April 29 here in Zihuatanejo, the second dose of Pfizer vaccine will be administered over a three day period. First round used 15,005 doses.
Talleyho69 04/28/21 03:12pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Telecommunications Reform (Cell Phone Service/Biometric Data

Fortunately there are two years for this to be enacted.
Talleyho69 04/28/21 10:57am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mixed Messages

I'm enjoying this discussion. Moderator
Talleyho69 04/25/21 07:07pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Travel from Manzanillo to Playa Azul on the coast route

Please realize that the posts you are reading are from 2018.
Talleyho69 04/25/21 01:04pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Zihuatanejo, Guerrero Covid Vaccinations

Got my Pfiser shot today, the first one. In Zihuatanejo the wait was about 9 hours yesterday, so we went to Cuacoyul and were in and out in 4 hours. Now to get the second one!!!
Talleyho69 04/10/21 02:31pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Ixtapa Trailer Park

We sure hope so!!! This is, as you obviously know, a great country, and has a lot to offer to RVers, especially those that are a bit adventurous, or at least think they are! We'll try to post, as we hope you ALL will, updates on RV parks and things along that line.
Talleyho69 04/08/21 07:29pm RVing in Mexico and South America
Zihuatanejo, Guerrero Covid Vaccinations

Starting on Friday, April 9, and ending Sunday April 11, all 10,000 residents of Zihuatanejo over age 60 will be offered their Pfiser covid vaccinations. The government states that the second vaccination will be administered during the officially recognized time frame of 3 to 6 weeks. The Zihuatanejo vaccination site is at the sports center, which is hugely roofed, and will have wheelchairs, chairs and water available to all. I'm scheduled for Saturday, my sweetie, Sunday, all based on last names. We'll keep you posted.
Talleyho69 04/07/21 07:56pm RVing in Mexico and South America
Ixtapa Trailer Park

According to the local news sources, there was no one using the park, "for several months," but over the Easter holiday, there was a "significant" number of people using it, including tents, trailers and RV's. Hopefully this means that there is hope. The news article also mentioned that there had/have been discussions of changing the place from an RV park, but that this may stop those. Here is the GoogleTranslate version of the article: After several months without receiving tourism of any kind, the facilities of the Ixtapa Trailer Park operated by Fonatur, registered an increase in the influx during this Easter holiday period, especially from national visitors. Sources revealed that during the weekend the 60 percent capacity allowed by the authorities was reached and for this Easter week, the presence of visitors represents 36 percent. Inside you can see people with their tents, as well as campers and buses, who choose this lodging option located in the Linda beach area. This rebound in use leaves an incentive for Fonatur because even long before the pandemic, the Trailer Park was already operating in the red, without being attractive to tourists. It had even been contemplated that the federal agency or, if possible, could be concessioned to an individual to become a beach club. When the health emergency arrived, in principle there were damages but after the reopening of the beaches little by little the visitors again turned to see this modality because it does not concentrate the same number of people as a normal hostelry. From this moment on, Fonatur hopes that the preference for the Trailer Park will continue to increase, to assess whether resources are invested in improving this concept of accommodation or giving it another twist. Maybe there is hope for it!!! I'll post any more information that appears.
Talleyho69 04/07/21 07:51pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Deleting and Closing A Thread

The border is an ugly issue, and although I'm not holding my breath for changes, needs to seriously be addressed. Hopefully Playaboy will jump in, but it sounds seriously like those that can cross legally are allowed to. If not, THEY SHOULD BE!!!
Talleyho69 04/04/21 05:43pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Deleting and Closing A Thread

Excellent points. I still think that the cost of fuel has a huge amount to do with the lack of RV travel in Mexico, too. When the cost per liter here is over 20 pesos per liter for every grade, and the average cost of a gallon of gas in the US is $2.87 USD, the cost of driving in Mexico is really really high. Add the lack of fancy RV parks and the scary press, and it is understandable.
Talleyho69 04/04/21 01:06pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: 10 Tips for ATM safety in Mexico

The legend is that in the past, a ship came into Zihuatanejo Bay and hit the eslabones, the links. The wood ended up on one beach, hence Playa la Madera, and the clothing washed up on Playa la Ropa. So the story goes. We also have two other beaches in our bay, Playa Principal, the main beach, and Playa las Gatas, named for a whiskered shark. Unfortunately, none of our beaches are "sin ropa." Sigh
Talleyho69 03/24/21 11:53am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: 10 Tips for ATM safety in Mexico

Playa la Ropa is one of the three beaches on our bay. We live on Playa la Ropa. We think it's paradise, at least for us!
Talleyho69 03/23/21 09:05pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: 10 Tips for ATM safety in Mexico

So it sounds like life is good with both of you, things continue, and as to visitors to our country??? Please come! We live in a fairly small town. We use our credit cards for groceries in the chain markets, but otherwise, unless it's an online purchase, it's cash.
Talleyho69 03/23/21 07:30pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: 10 Tips for ATM safety in Mexico

You should!!! ATM issues in the US are common. Here in Mexico in 3 years and 7 months we have had one issue. That was a case of no money coming out of the machine. By the time I got back home and to my computer to check things, the money had been credited back to my account. Considering we did 90 days in a row last year using the ATM literally every day, that's incredible!!!
Talleyho69 03/23/21 03:42pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: 10 Tips for ATM safety in Mexico

Although we live permanently in Mexico, our banks are in the US. This means that we use ATM's exclusively for cash. During major construction work, that can means using one daily for months. Common sense rules. Don't be afraid to use an ATM anywhere in the world as long as you pay attention to the details, just like you hopefully do in your home country!
Talleyho69 03/23/21 12:42pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Doctor in Rocky Point

So true. Here, if you want a blood test, or just about any medical procedure/test, you just go to the lab and ask for it. They will give you the results and/or send them to your US doctor in many cases.
Talleyho69 03/05/21 01:14pm RVing in Mexico and South America
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