- n. Plural form of town.
“Mountain towns/cities such as Patzcuaro, Guanajuato and San Miguel de Allende can be a real challenge since it is often difficult to spot a visible landmark!”
“I also suspect you might encounter a "gringa tax" since the places you are looking to buy from are in towns heavily dependent on tourism.”
“I grew up in a small, isolated town and can tell you that the reason folks live in small, isolated towns is ´cause that´s where the farm or the feedmill and the family are and because they cain´t get out of there because they don´t have enough money to pay the Greyhound to take them to Guadalajara or Chicago or Birmingham and wouldn´t know what to do once they got there.”
“All you have to remember in towns such as Chamula is that they are sensitive human beings who are not putting on a pageant for your benefit.”
“Ironically many people feel safer in towns "administrated" by La Familia.”
“Much of that area might be Ejido even in towns .... so check with local gringos first”
“Unfortunately, the cousin apparently lives in a cross between the towns from the films Dagon and Hot Fuzz.”
“I have rarely seen a Federal police officer patrol the highways or regular police patrol in towns (maybe this is why there are so many speed bumps?), but be careful, anyway.”
“Other times, invariably in towns and villages, there's just the abrupt tope, bone-jarring and terrible.”
“Seven years later, after Wallace returned to Scotland, he was betrayed by a fellow Scot, taken prisoner by Edwards forces and paraded before mocking crowds in English towns en route to his grisly fate in London.”
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