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  • n. Plural form of town.


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  • 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!

    GPS Report

  • 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.

    Shopping in PV, Cabo, Mazatlan?

  • 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.

    Life on the South Side of the Lake

  • 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.

    Any Chiapas backroad driving experts?

  • Ironically many people feel safer in towns "administrated" by La Familia.

    Page 2

  • Much of that area might be Ejido even in towns .... so check with local gringos first

    Living near the Pacific Coast of Mexico

  • Unfortunately, the cousin apparently lives in a cross between the towns from the films Dagon and Hot Fuzz.

    February « 2009 « Axiom's Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy

  • 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.

    Driving in Mexico: How to avoid a bum steer

  • Other times, invariably in towns and villages, there's just the abrupt tope, bone-jarring and terrible.

    Free riding the roads of Mexico

  • Seven years later, after Wallace returned to Scotland, he was betrayed by a fellow Scot, taken prisoner by Edward’s forces and paraded before mocking crowds in English towns en route to his grisly fate in London.

    Printing: 'Braveheart,' Edward I & George W. Bush


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