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Hahaha. lycmppukotd I was just about to post that. ๐Ÿ˜„
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are you in WifiTribe too?
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Another option is Kahtal in Mexico for co-living on the beach near Cancun
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No, I've thought about it but waiting for more feedback from other members. What do you think of it?
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i've been a member since 2017 and i love every minute of it. the community is fantastic and many of my nomad friends are tribe members. i only do ~2 chapters a year, then do my own thing, but i am frequently meeting up with my tribe friends whenever i'm out on my own. seriously the past two years of nomading would not have been the same without WifiTribe.
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Selina is more of a hostel. It's not really what it's advertised to be.
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There a few coliving spaces in CDMX but if they're reasonably priced, it means that they are probably filled with people living there more on the full time level and not nomad coliving. The overpriced (as in double the price) ones are coliving for nomads. I personally think it's pretty easy to meet ppl that coliving isn't really necessary, but that's my 2 cents.
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fsgeiqsceij i recommend looking on facebook groups for housing and you can post a request "looking for social people / nomads housing". and then there's probably some spots available in that sense.
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fwuqqrwnhlo looks great, but no dates align with when i'll be in mexico city ๐Ÿ˜• and it looks rather expensive!
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splihkcmgneyye good point, I'll do that too. Thanks
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It's overall an open market for this.
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Would be easy to implement. set minimum and maximum limits on length of stay.
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zlxadwvojpn true that, it can be cheaper to find accommodation on your own, especially in Mexico City. i usually counter the cost with the community access and guaranteed fast wifi. i think uogpayahtindlf made a great recommendation with the FB groups though!
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and in the usa you can be shot to death while watching a movie...
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or a concert
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or while at the mall
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or at school
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or while randomly walking down the street
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I love having to explain this to people multiple times, every... single... time I go back to the States
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Although I suppose the more people who stay away because of a stereotype, the nicer it is for those of us who do come ยฏ\_(ใƒ„)_/ยฏ
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yeah i don't try to convince anyone that mexico is awesome, i just remind them that their own country is kind of terrifying
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"is it safe there?"
"well i won't get shot at a concert"
"uh .. i mean.. is it-"
"or an elementary school"
"ok'
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When I lived in the US I worked in San Francisco and lived in Oakland because that's where I could afford to live there and where I can afford to live in Mexico City is WAY SAFER than where I could afford to live in Oakland. I guess it's a perspective thing? There are dangerous places everywhere, especially in cities. That's in no way exclusive to Mexico! It is interesting how visitors (like my family) are so shocked by how safe and nice it is here when they finally see it for themselves.
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anyone knows a coliving in Playa del Carmen? beside Selina's coworking space
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Is there a place in Mexico that's similar in vibe to Ubud? Meaning spiritual/mindful vibe, attracts digital nomads, affordable, and good infrastructure (decent WiFi)?

I've heard people mention Sayulita or Mazunte, but from what I've heard, those feel a little too small town. Thoughts?
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Hey Sergio! Long time no talk ๐Ÿ˜‰ check out nest coworking
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kxhtioebmdbcd am trying to pick random dates for airbnbs in february in PV and omg
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at this rate I'm just going to pop in for like 3-4 days and just stay in a hotel
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it'll literally be cheaper that way
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Yikes. That bad?
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yeah there were like 3-5 options in zona romantica that started at like $200/night
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I just booked a place for 19-23 feb at casa dona susana which looks cute
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so I'll be around for a few days!
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Nice!
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Is there a place in Mexico that's similar in vibe to Ubud? Meaning spiritual/mindful vibe, attracts expats/nomads, affordable, and good infrastructure (decent WiFi)?

I've heard people mention Sayulita or Mazunte, but from what I've heard, those feel a little too small for a 3-4 month stay. Thoughts?
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wfoqsekyofn Im currently in Sayulita! Its a great town if you surf! otherwise 15 days would feel like a year here hahaha
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its beautiful, cheap (or expensive - yoou choose) and everything is a block away
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if you get a car you can go explore more
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But if you surf, this is the paradise. There are dozens of crazy good point breaks out here. There is always something perfect condition
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Haha good to know. Guess I won't make this my 3-4 month stay then :)

Where have you stayed in Mexico so far? Fave spots?
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i know kmhfvbugcbu where are you? btw I was asking for "colivings" ๐Ÿ˜›
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lvelnuhigky maybe Tulum, but it's not that cheap
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Oops! Lol. I'm in Miami at the moment!
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y'all met up already? I arrived in CDMX this week and would be down to hang if you're still around ๐Ÿ‘‹
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zryouihjjty time of year and what weather you like has some impact. San Cristobal ticks a lot of those boxes, but it depends on how you define decent wifi.
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... and if you go at certain times of year, SCDLC is rainy, wet, dark, cold and damp. It's the sole reason I can't live there full time
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I love that town, to be clear... Just can't live there full time
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yeah, that's why it's important to specify time of year. some places are just better avoided during certain times.
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Agreed there, completely
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Knowing an area's annual climate trends and matching that to your expectations is important for this lifestyle
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I honestly didn't think the weather would effect me that much, but it did. Compounded by the house I was renting that was absolutely wonderful for a few weeks, but just couldn't keep warm once the rains started
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I honestly wouldn't mind so much if I had lived in a more modern house, with better insulation and heating. But in San Cris, there's not many of those in walking distance to centro
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yeah, when i lived there i imported an electric blanket and flannel sheets for winter. it made an unbelievable difference.
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yvvwbwjyyfamg what are your travel plans this year? I'm going to be in Baja for New Year's Eve, let me know if you're around! Or if you would like to join in on the festivities ;)
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I'm doing this Selina roadtrip tomorrow! www.selina.com/blog/roadtrip-mexico/
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Then Playa, Medellin, spending NYE in Cartagena, then swissescape.co in Switz, and then Cape Town finally with WifiTribe lol
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Oh nice!!! Have fun! We have to reconnect somehow ๐Ÿค” unfortunately I'm not leaving the US until New Years.
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yeah hopefully we'll meet soon. have fun in Baja too! I 've never been there
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Thanks for the suggestions everyone! I'm planning on being in Mexico from November/December through February
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Has anyone lived in Puerto Escondido? I've been hearing great things about it. Seems like it hits the sweet spot of great weather, good infrastructure, affordability, beautiful nature, chill, and not too touristy.
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Love puerto escondido! not so sure about infrastructure though. when I was there the whole town lost power, internet, and cell service for 6-8 hours with no warning. but it's a super chill surf town with lovely people
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of course that may have been a one-off fluke. other than that one day I had no problems
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Small beach towns will lose power a few times a year, and internet sporadically every 1-3 months
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I'm not in CDMX anymore (currently in Puebla, going to Oaxaca afterwards), but believe Ed is still there?
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What neighborhoods are recommended to live and are safe for 2 weeks in Mexico City?
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pgdjgwicwop Roma Norte or Condesa :)
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geaywsshfiu Roma Norte or Condesa :)
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Roma and condesa are generally the most popular. Hipodromo is also nice. They're all very central and surrounded by cafes and restaurants.
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Sayulita is good if you get some wheels and can explore other areas often. But you can feel very landlocked very fast.
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the wifi in PE is not the best. Sayu wins in that, but not by much. PE is drastically less touristy than Sayu. I honestly prefer PE because it's a lot more mexican altho it is still foreign heavy. La punta is my jam out there, close enough to the selina cowork space but also hippy. Mazunte is not workable as a nomad. Community is easier in Sayu, especially in the acroyoga sense and that stuff. It's there in PE as well, just not as easy to walk up to it IMO.
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I'll be in PE again for winter.
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Yo, this is super helpful! Thank you so much! Were you able to find acro folks out in PE? And any PE resources (i.e. websites, FB groups, etc) that you think would be helpful for a 3 month stay? I'm planning on being out there from Dec - Feb
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Anyone in PV right now? Hearing some significant flooding/damage in Zona Romantica due to Narda
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My friend is doing a NYE event in Chacahua that i'll go to. Aaand acro folks I didn't look into it but there are a few hotels that have fliers posted for it. Active FB groups "Locals and Foreigners in Puerto Escondido" "Puerto Housing - Monthly Rentals Only"
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There's a guy that does "yoga with Roma". Absolutely do one of his classes and befriend him if he's around. He's pretty great and can prob offer a lead in to a lot of the things you seek.
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inkrpzpttmkrkzshxkqtyhh just arrived in ๐ŸŒฏ Mexico City, #mexico
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axklmavhrbeuigsmxexpg just arrived in Oaxaca, #mexico
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ohaii ๐Ÿ‘‹
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imma be in mexico starting october 16 for a month!
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who's gonna be around cdmx/puebla/greater cmdx area?
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Welp, guess it's time to stop putting it off and go shopping for a new down jacket
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go go go
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๐Ÿถ <--- dogs from dog park
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I'll be in CDXM October 28 to November e2
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Beers
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nice! yayyy let's grab food or drinks?
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I'll try to rope in a few nomads/expats I know in the city for a night out
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I'll be solo. Chad had to cancel
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Aww, sorry to hear that. He's coming to PV though, right?
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Not the entire month but 4 to 8 days of it.
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Depending on his hospital work schedule.
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Gotcha. I'll try to overlap a day or two then too, and ~get you into~... keep you out of trouble
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Shenanigans!
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Anyone know a place in CDMX that I can rent out an office (like with walls) and has a phat internet pipe? Need reliable >50mbps upload.
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Probably wework or one of the other coworking spaces.
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damn there are a lot of weworks huh
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Don't sign any long term contracts ๐Ÿ˜‰
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lol
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With walls is pretty difficult tbh. I've looked at several of them and they are definitely more open floor space for individuals unless if you rent the full office space.
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The best I've seen is smaller rooms with fixed desks for coworking, but still shared.
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Publico near Chapultepec has cubicles.
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If I want to find a 3 month apartment in Puerto Escondido, is it better to arrive a few days before the first of the month (like Nov 28th) vs arriving Dec 3rd? Or does it not matter?
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mtnqmmjzlky it's high season, so making booking in advance the first month is nice. And decide if youw ant to stay there. La punta is where it's at.
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osavbftjsycgad cool! I always heard the best deals are in person. But from afar, do you recommend just using AirBnB and the FB housing group?
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both
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Whatever works out.
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just don't give any deposits outside of airbnb.
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thanks. I need to talk at my desk a lot so don't want to do a loud open space
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what do you mean no deposits?
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No deposits on stuff over fb. Unless if it's a certified hotel. Just scam happen ggggvonqdchw I hear more scams happening in cdmx, but still want to protect yourself.
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Like if you show up to the place and the landlord meets with you and you sign a rental agreement and give a security/damage deposit? That could be a scam?
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I think she means sending a deposit online when you haven't met the person yet, yeah?
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Yup, no online deposits if it's not done through a software. Booking and airbnb only.
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ah yeah, that makes more sense ๐Ÿ˜›
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Email [email protected] he is from "the every where office"
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They specialize in office hunting, and they wont charge you anything.
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I used/referred the list in the topic of this channel. Seemed correct most of time
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has anyone spent any time in cities close to the US border? I'm trying to figure out a way to do some volunteer work in the States in person occasionally without actually having to live in the US
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take a bus every few weeks, that sort of thing
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actually as I type this I know of a very nice beach location that Tucson folks mentioned to me, but I'm still open to recs
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The only city on the border I'd recommend is Ensenada/Rosarito
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Both are good options, and have small ex-pat or "commuter" communities. Further from the border but more of a city is Monterrey. It's safe as well
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ooh i think that's close to the bubble hotel i really wanna go to in a vineyard
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that's some fancy glamping. looks like they let you jump on the beds ๐Ÿ™Œ
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hey! anyone in Puerto Escondido?
thinking of heading there this week, but it seems like it's mostly rainy-bad-weather-stay-inside.. anyone there can share how it is and if it's good to stay there now?
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anyone in Puerto Escondido?
thinking of heading there this week, but it seems like it's mostly rainy-bad-weather-stay-inside.. anyone there can share how it is and if it's good to stay there now?
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Oh wow, looked at the weather and it does look quite ick
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Rainy season (meaning, it rains at sunset for a few hours) is tapered off here, should wrap up in Oaxaca state next month or so IIRC
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conmlmfibwhdxvwrx Toronto is really cool, although I've never actually nomad-ed there; only been on vacation. The closest US city to volunteer in would be Buffalo. Not sure if a 2.5-3 hour bus ride would be too much for you
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Montreal is also close-ish to the border with Vermont pscfyadjnisrqlarj
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wayyyyy too cold for me ... I'm done with northern winters, lived in eastern MA for 23 years. But I do love Montreal :)
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vaqqnpojgioktizcn the pacific northwest is pretty temperate all year, but rainy, overcast, and expensive in comparison to Baja
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cost of living is an issue too. Baja might be ideal for a number of reasons.
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If you plan for Ensenada, let me know. Spent some time there awhile back
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I like Argentina quite a bit but permanent residency is probably not an option... it's hard to get
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Are you a US citizen?
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US
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Not sure if you FEIE but keep that in mind for your volunteering.
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Getting a 2 year residency isn't difficult for Mexico, as long as you have the income/funds in your bank account

From Ensenada, you'd be able to easily access the consulate in San Diego
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I may be able to do it this year
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why not just live somewhere you want and volunteer there?
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FEIE that is
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I feel a duty toward US folks who live in fucked conditions. I have a ton of privilege that my younger comrades don't
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but we'll see what shakes out, lord knows there's work to be done everywhere
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there are people everywhere that live in fucked conditions and lack your privilege :)
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but can get relating more with those people in your home country, of course
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see my last para :-)
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yup :)
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I remember looking at that... thanks for the reminder
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I hope it's not age dependent
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question for expatexchange.com :-)
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No, definitely not age dependent at all
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aw yeah.
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counterexample Chile has a pensioners residency but you have to be 55.
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The easiest residency in Mexico is by income. Around $20k liquid cash for 6/mo or around $1400/mo of income, with bank statements. Obviously you can't be felon or have warrants

From there it's dealing with paper pushers for a few weeks
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I best get up to MX before they change it lol
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I don't think they will. They like to have foreign income being spent here
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I can help with that ๐ŸŒฎ
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There's serious work to be done on the southern border on the Mexican side. People are camped out seeking asylum in the US who could use some help. I know of one really good org doing work there.
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in case anyone not in mexico right now wants to miss mexican food even more www.youtube.com/channel/UCJjyyWFwUIOfKhb35WgCqVg/featured
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I saw a few of her videos, she's blowing up
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ziotgzxgsmize what's the org?
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They also do work in Puerto Rico
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I really need to find what alarm goes off at 11:30am on the dot and rings out for nearly an hour. It's been doing this for a few weeks now, and since my apartment is high up, can hear it pretty loudly
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eyxhsykzbfydsf damn, break out the decibel register and do some triangulation? ๐Ÿ˜‰
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Or I could just follow the noise :P
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isn't that how power rangers started
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follow noise => finding crashed spaceship => alien powers
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Today I learned there's this Mexican version of tennis called 'padel'... I have never heard of this before today
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That explains the odd looking courts in the park hehe
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Makes me think of indoors soccer where you can bounce the ball off the walls
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is that like pickleball?
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El Popรณ poppin' plumes
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I love watching that guy do his thing
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Publico on Puebla (in Roma Norte) has private offices, no idea if any are available, haven't been there in a while.
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I'm here now. It rains some evenings, most days have been beautiful.
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An Aussie friend of mine went to Argentina without a visa (required for australians), they just had her buy a 10-year residency on the spot for like $400. It was definitely not difficult. I don't know about you, but 10 years is pretty permanent for me. ๐Ÿ˜‚
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The new Apple store in polanco. Jesus saves me 2 hours vs the Santa Fe location
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nice, that santa fe drive is a pain
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Amazing!! Good to know!!
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Are there any practical limits to how long I can spend in Mexico as an American as long as I leave once every 6 months? Any other considerations there?
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AFAIK, there's not a law stating an upper limit to renewal time. Your re-entry, as always, will be determined by the immigration agent. So, don't look like a scrub? ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™‚๏ธ
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So far only been getting lightly hassled at US and Canadien borders. Mexican border agents have been much more chill.
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Yes, they are. Mexico loves to have visitors, as government policy. Tourism is like 8.5% of GDP
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"During the presentation of the Mexico Tourism Policy Review, he (the president) said that tourism plays a vital role in the national economy. According to the data, Mexican tourism now accounts for 8.5 percent of Gross Domestic Product. "In 2015, more than 32 million international tourists visited the country.""
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... might even be a bit higher now that the recession is over
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zlcstfmliafdekizovwtwu just arrived in Playa del Carmen, #mexico
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Talking about Mexican Apple store. Haha. :monkey:?
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They asked "what was the best part of your experience with him?" I responded, "his name"
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I bet he gets more reviews than most reps
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Being serenaded by a car alarm for an hour is not the most productive times. I love Mexico but man, it's noisy
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(No, I can't use headphones right now, I need my ears to listen to what I'm working on)
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OK, solved this problem by switching tasks, from what's important to what I can with headphones on ๐Ÿ˜›
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agfdlvmvymadvntqvh just arrived in ๐ŸŒฏ Mexico City, #mexico
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does anyone have thoughts on Guanajuato?
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very cute town. I enjoyed my time there, but I was only up for a weekend. It's as hilly as they say, but lots of places to wander and explore. nearby san miguel de allende is popular too if you're looking at options up in that area. san miguel isn't as hilly, but I found it to be a bit more touristy, and a bit prettier. usually people enjoy one of these two
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I know it's pretty touristy, but what are peoples thoughts on Cabo San Lucas? Any good advice for non touristy stuff?
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obviously avoid, but there are some nice towns nearby. I really liked Todos Santos. quiet town near the beach. felt more of an expat town than tourist, and I quite liked the vibe. san jose del cabo is nearby as well, and I know it's a popular alternative, but I didn't really get a chance to explore it
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I'm not a fan of Cabo besides the beaches (they're amazing). The town isn't all that great. kscbzsltdwlr likes San Juan del Cabo though.
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* San Jose Del Cabo and yes it's adorbs!
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This is why I shouldn't be online when I wake up at 5am. Yes San Jose!
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I'm kind of about the beaches right now so it's the reason why I'm looking at it. lulrwyhlgfid I'm assuming you dove there at some point? Also is it fairly affordable?
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This was before I was diving so nope, can't help you with that
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The beach at San Lucas is the worst for one specific reason for me the water level goes from knee height to neck height for me in like 2 steps ๐Ÿ˜‚
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The only issue with SJdC is that the beach is like 90% taken up by hotels also
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yeah, are there decent public beaches since I'm not looking at the resort thing?
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There are a couple nice beachy spots to the side of the main beach strip
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And some lovely restaurants in the area
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cool. So it's quite possible, with a little effort, to find non-touristy stuff? As in not gets screwed on pricing to do things?
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Looking at getting a flight asap since it's super cheap right now
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....for the first week of december
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I highly recommend Guanajuato, Guanajuato for a vacation (I didn't work remotely on that trip). and Dolores Hidalgo is a fine day trip
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Good food, memorable restaurants, mummy museum
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Leรณn is good for a day trip too
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Has anybody here had LASIK done in CDMX?
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i had PRK done in Merida
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It's a bit of an expat haven so it's not going to be standard Mexican pricing in the first place
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how did it go ovdcmqoivebnud I'm considering it
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getting sick of grappling with glasses
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fezwhcatipqohiebq wondered why i waited so long. :) PRK has much longer recovery but the surgery was worth it. It's been about 8 years now and I'm getting to the point where I'll probably need glasses again but it was 100% worth it.
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sbdzsmktfgynvl You can do PRK againโ€ฆ.in theory. Depending on what your eye doctor now saysโ€ฆ.
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yeah, i've thought about that. might get tested again once I'm in the UK. i think the concern is that once you're past *ahem* a certain age eye degeneration is basically a given so doing it again might not work as well.
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That makes sense. The possibility of fixing my eyes again in like 10-20 years is part of what sold me on PRK (well, that and not being eligible for LASIKโ€ฆ.)
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Hi everyone! Just moved in for at least a month, excited for CDMX! I've gone through the sheet but I'm looking for cafรฉs that have particularly past wifi, like super smooth video conferencing. Any come to mind?
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Staying near Parque Mรฉxico btw
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fmejeecg You might want to consider getting a membership to a co-working place instead. Cafes here in Mexico are pretty loud
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yeah
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and taking calls in them so you're also just adding to the noise is kinda rude to everyone around you.
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fair, I usually take calls at home but the WiFi seems flaky
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Do you have access to the WiFi modem? Does it have an ethernet jack?
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Oddly enough, I was just told this morning I have access to an ethernet cable that is plugged to the router somehow (which is weird, cause it's kinda far). But I don't have access to the router itself. I guess I could get an ethernet-USBC adaptor ๐Ÿค”
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That'd work too. Very often, the WiFi router on ISP's modems are junk. I truly recommend every nomad with stable/heavy internet needs to get a travel router
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heey, who's in Playa these days? will be nice to chat
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I thought that was USD for a second and almost shat myself ๐Ÿ˜‚ I think I'm gonna get it! I'll be here for at least a month so it sounds worth it
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do you have this one in particular? mind telling me how big it is?
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Ethernet/USB-C adapters can be found everywhere. Check Google Maps for the closest "Steren" or "Radio Shack" to you
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It's about the same width/depth as a deck of cards. Takes any type of USB power input. Comes with a thin flat ethernet cable
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I have this one in particular. Not because I think it's the best, but because it was available and needed one in a pinch when I left the previous one at a hotel. Has served me well for months now
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*USB-A
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You might have some trouble with USB-C
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Maybe the Apple Store will have USB-C ๐Ÿค”
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Hey qzmtukii if you don't want to go the coworking route you could try some of the cafes that market themselves as work cafes, they promise better wifi. I've never had any wifi issues with these but I also don't have particularly demanding data needs. Two I know of are
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1. Coffice, Plaza Villa de Madrid, Roma Norte, Mexico City, CDMX
2. COFFEEFY WORKAFE - Cafรฉ+Workspace, Calle Liverpool, Juรกrez, CDMX
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wow thanks everyone! really helpful ๐Ÿ‘
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I'm pretty busy today but if anyone wants meet for chelas and tacos or something let me know!
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Coffice has seriously amazing wifi. The best I've seen in town. 250 up / down on a good day.
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What about modems and WiFi routers combined? For example a coaxial cable from the wall, does this know how to convert that Internet pipe to WiFi?
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Modems are tied to the ISP. Don't bother, because if your AirBnB has internet, it has a modem

You want just the router
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Most ISP's nowadays ship a modem that has a WiFi router, but that router is total junk
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... Someday I'm going to make a video on this topic for nomads
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Another video idea, is what VPN a digital nomad could use
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jayolsktsvuedq I'd definitely watch that video haha and afegkwdv I use NordVPN, didn't know there was much of a difference from one to another for a nomad ๐Ÿค”
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Ahoy! I have landed
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We should have a cdmx nomadlist Meetup folks;
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I could likely be convinced to stay Sunday night ๐Ÿ˜
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I'm going to be in MX soonish for like 6months too
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I saw in #_gear you have an RB15. What kind of things do you use the GPU for?
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I'm currently in Puebla, but get up to CDMX here and there
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Gaming, some ML projects. Video editing when I feel like it. Some 3D stuff as well for some other project.
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I'll be in Guadalajara and thereabouts. Might have to go CDMX for work though.
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There's a whatsapp group for nomads in CDMX xlarrxctjwscsz
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picpltotlbipqb can add you
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Ohaiii!
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Uhhh it's super lame Now. Now one uses it
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Cool stuff man. Look me up when you're in Mexico City and we'll grab some drinks and nerd out
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I do some gaming, and game programming, and VR
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Hi everyone. I'm part of this snazzy agency for freelance development, fiance, product management and UX/UI design. It's called Toptal (Top Talent so you can remember). I'm helping organize an event for them. It's a *free cowork day with Toptal,* if you are interested in learning more about the agency or just want to network there.

It's this Thursday at Coffice. Register with this link to confirm your space. Hope to see you there. www.toptal.com/community/events/2019-10-24/autumn-coworking-day

If you're intered in applying you can message me directly and I can give you a referral link that gives us both bonus cash if you're accepted.
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I remember I applied for toptal years ago and was accepted but a) the rates were lower than I liked and b) the contract stipulated that I *had* to submit a headshot and they were given the right to use said headshot in any advertisement/public notice/anything to do with the company, for whatever reason
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and I found that second bit super distasteful
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signed up for it gtrrwdfjhjhk you had me sold at _free cowork day_
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Yeah, i think their rates tend to be lower, but you can still find good paying work there. I don't have any comment on the headshot thing, It's listed in the TOS of what they anticipate to collect / on how they'll use it. Maybe it wasn't written here before though. ๐Ÿคท
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I know, it was on the contract I was sent to sign
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I just find it really offputting that that is a clause
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and was the primary reason I turned it down
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Yea, I would find that worrying as well.
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dunno if anyone here climbs but planning to hit up a climbing gym tomorrow - probably levita near condesa
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ah sorry to specify - in cdmx
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if anyone wants to join!
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The stupid nomadlist slackbot removed my message on the free cowork day. You can dm me for the link if you're interested.
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Hola everyone waveskin-tone-3
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I don't climb but I'm big time into hikes wcbnqlvkdmhfll if you or anyone else fancies! Also staying near Parque Mexico in CDMX
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I arrived last week to CDMX and planning to stay one month here. If anyone wants to meetup for a coworking session, coffee or drink, I am up for it! I'm staying in Roma Norte and looking forward to connet with other nomads and entrepreneurs in the area
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I'm down lrxrjqhhiyb Also will be around for a month and am in condeaa
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awesome! we're all neighbors
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I'm at Cucurucho cafรฉ today, but I usually work from Boicot Cafรฉ -- Coffice on Fridays for calls!
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Sweet! I usually mix up btw working from home, wework, El pendulo, and blend station
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I am working today from El Pendulo Roma Norte (https://goo.gl/maps/CRUaEzgEgtJNauwn8). What about a coworking sesion here tomorrow or Wednesday? ypioucll gmftkzxoazuujv
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Yea I'm down! Would the afternoon work for u folks?
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It works for me
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That 2 blocks from Boicot so happy days haha works for me!
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So tomorrow then mlgbwqoquii imfegpev
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Works for me. Around 2pm?
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sure! look for the guy with see-through glasses haha
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jmxduohxiemplvuaqkwsebzwc just arrived in ๐ŸŒฏ Mexico City, #mexico
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<@UC2QMENJ1 just arrived in Oaxaca, , #mexico
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totally agree on climbing being a great motivation for learning spanish. i doubt you'll need much spanish for the act of climbing though, especially since most people will also know the required words in english
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but it's the socializing part that i think makes it more important. like hanging out with people, making small talk, understanding what they're saying to each other, etc
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Yayyy goalzz
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Goodness that looks amazing. Thanks for sending.
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The cafe is beautiful too, and most of the food is excellent
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20MBs WiFi, great food, on a small pond with ducks, swans, egrets, and butterflies, surrounded by trees, can't hear street traffic, 15m walk from home... For 4x coffees, the two dishes above, and a bottle of water was $270mxn.

Downside Chairs aren't great for long stays
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Shit... One of my Amazon deliveries from the USA got handed off to FedEx. See you next year, box ๐Ÿ˜›
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Whew, it's the least important item of the order ๐Ÿ˜Œ
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I hope the kids are out trick or treating tomorrow too. Going for a night bicycle group ride, and going to bring bags of candy to make all the local dentists happy
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Any experience with the Sayulita Co-working space?
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Itโ€™s owned by the same owners as PV coworking if I remember correctly.
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Any idea what surf lessons and board rental run?
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I spent one horrible day in Sayulita and vowed to never go back so Iโ€™m not the best to ask. But I know PV really well.
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What happened?
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Water went out โ€” no bathrooms were available except the ravine. It was overrun with tourists. Not my type of place.
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jesus
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Ironically I later found out that the man responsible for the city water system was the father in law of an employee. This father in law had his own water system also installed at his house in sayulita because the city system wasnโ€™t great.
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Iโ€™m sure my experience was atypical and I shouldnโ€™t be so down on Sayulita but I have everything I could want in PV so I donโ€™t need to go back.
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jeez, would be nice if politicians that are responsible for something are directly impacted by the quality of it ๐Ÿ˜›
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I was in Sayulita last year and loved it. But in my opinion itโ€™s a place for a day or two, not more. Feels isolated. Puerto Vallarta seem to be betterโ€ฆ Although.. A bit boring too ๐Ÿ˜„
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Oh? Why boring?
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Feels a but locked down ans small. I prefer to have transportation options. And Sayulita felt too small.
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Those small towns are nice if you seek that limiting factor, but if you're looking for ongoing easy streams of entertaining things, they can feel restricted
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I spent a few months in a neighboring town, at a time I needed that restriction, and it felt great at the time
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Thatโ€™s why I recommend PV - Sayulita is not that far, while accessible. As well as other towns. Although, damn I had such a bad stomach infection while in PV. Thankfully I can communicate in Spanish, so getting a medication there was not a problem (and not that expensive).
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Checked out the "wall" which legit is a wall in a mall
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But with 33 m walls it's good for endurance training
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And you can lead
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Also the guy who belayed me and I did not share a language at all nor did we use common climbing terms
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Which makes me a tad nervous about having him belay me for lead
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That's a big wall right there
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Srsly
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Also ppl are pretty nice
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Got invited to a barbeque lol
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Also met someone who climbs a lot at El portero chico
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scdzrmzgdnftt is that in cdmx or in puebla?
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Cdmx
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That's pretty cool. Will definitely check it out. Thanks Sneha
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Today is the moment of truth.... Will FedEx actually deliver a package or are they going to put it into "We don't know where it is" limbo for the fifth time?
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I gave up and started having them deliver to me c/o World Service Centers. If you're far away from one of those, though, that won't help
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You can redirect currentPackage to a center if it goes into limbo
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I've lost all faith in FedEx here. But, mercifully it's just pieces of plastic for my bike, so I'm not super concerned. The real goods are coming via DHL, which has done a good job at residential delivery
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For people chatting here about Sayulita. The water going out, the sewage overflowing. trash pilling up. electricity outages is probably of the highest amount of instances I've experienced of any of the places I traveled to. It's unfortunately. Overall, it has great community and whatnot so it's worth it. The cowork space is solid. It has its own generators and its own fiber lines so it will continue to work (fans only) if the rest of the town is in black out or having issues. I honestly really really like that cowork space for how efficient it is in these cases.
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brathjetcuwgpk just send it to an center and it will be faster and reliable
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Didn't try that this time. They actually navigated to my house correctly, and called
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I think Google fixed their issue with navigating to this particular street. Uber/Eats has been getting here more reliably too
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my colleague finally helped me figure out the airbnb catโ€™s name - >https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaneque>
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kind of a cool cat name
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note the otherwordly spirit guardian sleeping on the job here
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Looks comfy ๐Ÿ˜†
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I've found that Charlie lets me clip his nails better when laying on his back and belly up. Whatever works!
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oh colchones truck - always driving by during meetings ๐Ÿ˜†
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reminded me of a classic
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toe beans
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Anyone in puerto vallarta and going to Los angeles area soon and can help with a phone delivery?
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anyone know of good yoga/meditation retreats in mexico?
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If you don't get any recommendations, I'd say in Sayulita, Tulum, Puerto Escondido or Puerto Vallarta, there's likely some in those areas
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Ah, my favorite sound while in Mexico ๐Ÿ˜„
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i know that is a huge thing in atitlan, but that's in guate so might not work for you
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Yup. or Mazunte (off of Puerto Escondido).
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El pendulo - chilaquiels rojo con huevo
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i def could not finish it
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oops typo
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i now have a food baby
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Now I'm hungry
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How feasible is it to eat low carb/Keto in Mexico?
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Depends where you're at. In a bigger/touristy city you won't have much of an issue
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PV?
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and if you cook at home. i've done keto in many areas of mexico
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you just eat the fillings of things. ๐Ÿ™‚
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in many places you can just get a giant plate of fillings and a stack of tortillas to make your own tacos, so just skip the tacos
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and grilled meats are popular
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You won't have an issue in PV imho. There's decent grocery stores and a good selection of restaurants
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Neat
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lzkejiwmco in mexico city, itโ€™s super easy - i have like 3-4 go-to salad/bowl places plus thereโ€™s a ton of grocery stores where u can buy healthy ingredients
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and markets too
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today, however, iโ€™m fully taking advantage of my eat-out day
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(also i never thought iโ€™d say this but this may have been too much chilaquiles)
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(i may have overdone it folks)
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My goal is to live a much healthier life style than I do now. Surf in the morning, go low carb with food, find positive friends, but still be within reach of some fun places on the weekends. Sent in my proposal to my boss and waiting to hear back...
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I think the number one thing that has made me healthier is cooking more honestly
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PV definitely has an undercurrent of healthy living, you won't have to search long for it. Best of luck with those goals!
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๐Ÿ’ฏ on cooking more
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(Really the main thing my nutritionist achieved was getting me to make an effort to cook and cook creatively)
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YouTube is a gold mine there, to learn how to cook healthy and using simple and easy ingredients
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I actually just got a personal trainer
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Even when I go to MX I want to work with him virtually
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ja shouldnโ€™t be hard for you to find a gym here either
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Definitely not. Gyms are everywhere here. Go to the dustiest of little beach towns, and there's an equally sand covered well used gym and a park with outdoor equipment
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also re finding positive friends - i can only speak to climbing, but itโ€™s been pretty easy to find some climbing friends at gyms here
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both expats and locals that is
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i am presuming the same will be true for surfing or just generally healthy friends
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That's what I'm hoping. I find the ocean therapeutic.
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it is quite nice - even a day of me faceplanting on every wave is relaxing ๐Ÿ™‚
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(also speaking spanish will obviously accelerate the friend-finding)
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Are there many Chinese people around?
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Not really, you might find a few if you look though. There's a chinese family in my neighborhood (they own a take out place in the mall that I eat at)
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I made a Japanese friend at the climbing gym ๐Ÿคท
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I think in general youโ€™re more likely to find expats in larger metropolitan centers
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... and beaches
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At any rate I'll be investing in private Spanish lessons
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hmmmm this chilaquiles source doesnโ€™t seem to be top notch
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Oh dear
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contact vmfxbhpdulfus for additional guidance to avoid this in the future
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Check out Mazunte! Hridaya yoga offers silent retreats & yoga classes, and Casa Om offers many classes as well. And in any case itโ€™s an extremely chill town with lots of other yoga and massage studios. Only downside is that the internet is shit in general (just Siddharta has proper WiFi). And the only atms in town were stolen.. so bring cash ;)
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Da Equaliza ๐Ÿคฃ
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This has been my experience as well
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Anybody subletting for the month of December? Know any good Airbnbs?
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Oh i'll be. For cdmx?
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What city?
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CDMX
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Yea!
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<@UMZDB60RK just arrived in Puerto Vallarta, #mexico
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just general mexico
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No just general Mexico but check out the pinned tabbed Google sheet for city specific recommendations
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Doesn't make sense to have a separate Mexico City channel. Not enough discussion and most people need info about multiple areas, including DF.
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nice thank you!
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Just got to Merida a couple of days ago and will be here for the next month. Tips are welcome, and definitely down to meet up if anyone else is here!
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Anyone ever been to San Felipe? Will be there for a week of thanksgiving to help my mom fix up her new spot there, seems super sleepy and curious if anyone has ever been.
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Hello ๐Ÿ‘‹ Iโ€™ll be in Mexico City starting on the 7th of December. Would anyone have suggestions concerning finding an apartment beyond just using AirBnb? Iโ€™ll be looking into monthly rents in Condessa / Roma Norte quarters. Thank you.
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For a month or so, AirBnB or Vrbo are your best options. More than that and you'll likely need a lease, which is a bit complicated
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i'm not the source, saw it on fb somewhere so .. probably? ๐Ÿ˜›
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I've had luck finding a room in a shared apartment before on facebook in cdmx
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For a 3-month sublet
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Ah, shared is easier than a whole place. You're correct FB groups are a decent option there
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<@UKDPGV0G5 just arrived in ๐ŸŒฏ Mexico City, #mexico
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It's your boy! I'm back on the DN slack after like 8 months off and I'm in CDMX
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When I was using this slack before the mexico channel was pretty fun/animated. Are people still here??
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We are!
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Hey hey, welcome back
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zmgxaseybbruch Thanks sir! I feel like you used to be in San Miguel Allende, or am I missremembering?
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Puebla is "home base" right now
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nice nice
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Still haven't been that way yet.
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We are still here
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hcxdqxkkvcff and Friends were I think in full swing around then of conning people to come to places in Mexico.
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is it possible to find really good internet in oaxaca? like >50mbps upload
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yeah i remember angelicism being funny
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where she at now?
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and some guy had a goofy love life
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and they played off each other
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Conning?
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wnebfwkquzprv was doing the conning
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Wait - who was I conning?
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Oh now that I read up โ€” yes, I am โ€œadvocatingโ€ that people come to PV in February.
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One of us had a love life?
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Need to name names so we can excommunicate them from the group
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There had better be that giraffe as promised hcmqkmhsnoekr . And the statue of David that pees vodka..
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Pretty sure ypptvjkpkmyb is the one with the love life.
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the what life?
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And what if there is just a dude named David who pees after consuming a lot of vodka?
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the sex life.
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hatched_chickbee
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omg adorbs
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wait
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it should be the other way around
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wait nevermind I take that back
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I'm just being emodyslexic today
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I like how youโ€™re creating this whole new vocabulary of emoji related words.
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I think it's important
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although
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hrm
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it should be more like dysmojic?
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mojiflexible
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that sounds like she likes all emoji types and we both know thatโ€™s not true. She likes the cute ones best.
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this is very true
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mojlitist
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I donโ€™t think I figured out the etymology of emopos
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Derived from faux paus ?
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typo -> emopo
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Ooh
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The lexicon is growing
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Lol
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Have you preordered your dictionary?
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Emonji Choiโ€™s Emojictionary!
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