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  • Grocery Shopping in Merida

    I have not been able to find Cured Black Olives here. Any suggestions? They are a staple in my home when we lived in the US.…

    Leo Sun, September 29th, 2019
  • Yucatan Plumbing

    A tinaco is a large water storage vessel. Usually they are plastic these days and often on the roof. Sometimes they are used to catch rainwater. A cistern is the same but usually this denotes an unde…

    the_working_grillos Thu, September 26th, 2019
  • Mexican Septic Systems

    Thank you! We have updated the article with your comment.…

    the_working_grillos Thu, September 26th, 2019
  • Hospitals in Yucatan

    Thanks Vicki. We've deleted the old comment with incorrect information and added your comment to the article for clarification. Also included a link to your Merida Expat Services Facebook page. Gracia…

    the_working_grillos Thu, September 26th, 2019
  • Neighborhoods of Merida

    Thanks Keith! Updated to "former president."…

    the_working_grillos Thu, September 26th, 2019
  • Ancient Symbols in the New World, Part III

    My grandfather was the nephew of Jose Gonzalez Beytia, he was a governor in Yucatan a few decades ago and as far as I know Beytias were based there. A branch of the family after moved to Campeche wher…

    Viridiana Beytia Mon, September 16th, 2019
  • The Cost of Living in Merida Yucatan

    We hope to move to Mérida October 1. We have been advised that it might be dangerous for two senior citizens to travel that distance in an older car. Is there anyone there with a truck who would be w…

    William Raymer Fri, September 13th, 2019

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