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Old 26-09-2013, 17:57   #46
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Re: The Real Deal Regarding Mexican Visas...

I built a d class hydro with a 50 horse and a quickie lower unit....92 mph.

Restored a 32 CCC with a hundred point resto....

and am a master carpenter by trade.....

and as the obvious....love it as an old senior when my wodden mast stands tall and proud.

Cheers great thread for MEX....if anyone whos been there knows,the most beautiful friendly people.

The problems were mde today by refer madness and the FAILED drug war.

All my love ,thanks for allowing me to speak here,it helps me maintain happiness and gratefulness.

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and yes Woodman has some of the best xxx vids..cheers!
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and yes Woodman has some of the best xxx vids..cheers!
Wood nt suprise me if you made some of the best XXX vids!!
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Checked in to Manaland a few days ago. It was a snap. Seriously, half the paperwork i was told I had to have, I didn't. If you want to save a lot of time, get your TIP (Temporary Import Permit) prior to arriving. I did it online and received it in 3 days! Total cost was $40 US.
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cs!! excellent!! i am glad it is s o easy now... welcome to maņana land. hope to meet you ...
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Checked in to Manaland a few days ago. It was a snap. Seriously, half the paperwork i was told I had to have, I didn't. If you want to save a lot of time, get your TIP (Temporary Import Permit) prior to arriving. I did it online and received it in 3 days! Total cost was $40 US.
Having to much information (paper work at hand) for your check was a good thing. That is an excellent habit to get into because the next port captain, official, etc. will ask for something different. You will find that just about every place you have to check in will do it a wee bit different. That is the Mexican way. It's frustrating at times but heck it's there country and there office.

For example on the Baja you check in with the port captain via VHF in la paz. On the mainland depending on where you stop you need to go ashore with your paperwork and copies and go visit Mr Port Captain. All in all it's just the way it's done. They all have been very pleasant to deal with and no cost. So much better than years ago when we had to spend half the day going from PC to bank and back to the PC, etc etc. But the key is go in with a smile, show respect, try to speak the language and do not be in a hurry.

Glad it worked out so well for you. We also cleared into Ensenada the first year they started the one stop check in and it was great. What a great idea.

Hope you enjoy Mexico and have a street taco for me! They isn't any of those south of the equator
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