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  • Placas

    My wife and I are going to be moving to Chiapas Palenque and want to bring a 65 Mustang that we have had forever, a 67 Chevy pick up and our 2005 Dodge Ram pup. We would really like to bring the class…

    Aldo Prado Fri, December 15th, 2017
  • Welcome, YoListo!

    Hi, My apologies if I’m posting where I should not. I rented a Beach property in Chuburna back in September, I went to confirm yesterday and found that I rented in December 2018 not 2017 ( oh my go…

    Dana Fri, December 1st, 2017
  • Iguanas, Part I

    How do I keep iguanas from eating my flowering plants. I have tried many times to grow bougainvillea, flor de mayo and mandevile without success. I have a family of these iguanas in my backyard and …

    sharron Wed, November 29th, 2017
  • Maya Architects and Builders

    How are you Craig, First my apologies that I did not see your message until now in November. Sometimes I screen messages here in my ad inbox and answear them asap but never saw your before until now.…

    Carlos de la Barrera Tue, November 7th, 2017
  • Iguanas of Yucatan, Part II

    Mr. McFerran: I am sorry to be so regrettably late with my response. Some urban residents have had success with attracting iguanas to compost piles where soft, nearly spoiled fruit like papayas…

    Byron Augustin Wed, November 1st, 2017
  • Trees of the Yucatan: Mimosa

    uashim (washim, as you write it,also correctly) is actually not a mimosa. Its scientific name is Leucaena leucocephala, and it was formerly mis classified as mimosa glauca. It's correct name is Aca…

    Andrea Schuman Fri, October 20th, 2017
  • Limestone is AMAZING! wrote: "Cal--it is also used in cooking--for example in making candied green papaya. One can buy cal here specifically make for cooking." Thanks for the tip! Got any recipes for u…

    The Working Grillos Thu, October 19th, 2017


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