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Old 28th August 2014, 22:04   #16
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A friend of mine working there had great trouble initially getting settled due to lack of information. You thread should surely help .I guess safety is a major concern only around the US border cities for obvious illegal trades.
Thank You Kraft.wagen .Yes in-fact we too had challenges getting information when relocating. We spent many hours on Google without much use. I decided that I should start a thread as soon as I reach this place , but my lazy bones & muscles only allowed this happen last week.


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I kind of know your organization , and hope I am not talking to the one heading it for the Indian Wing!!
Thank You laluks.Not sure if you got it right , but Shankar did and no Iam not in such senior positions , Iam limited to a few key stakes.

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Ok, let me ask a simple question. If one has a valid US Visa like an L1 or similar, then does one require a valid Mexico Visa to visit for a few days?
Thank You Shankar . Yes any valid visa of USA is good enough to change your location to BLR79%-DFW19%-MEX2% .

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Sorry for the small delay in updating the information on schools and food ingredients as Iam trying to get some pictures related to the information , I plan to update on these topics in the coming week.

In the meanwhile had a chance to see something live in person which I have only seen on television till now.
It was Friday & some of my colleagues invited me to watch a practice session at 9 PM.

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Yes its Ice Hockey & not any regular sport so I had a wide grin pasted all across my face the entire time I was watching the session .Some of my colleagues practice regularly at this place after closing hours for general public. This rink is open for everyone till 830 PM on all days and post which these guys booked the entire place for 2 hours for their practice session.

The Warm Up

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The Action

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Mist building up

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The game is so fast and things happen at the blink of an eye.It is very tiring and players keep changing places every 10 min and its nearly impossible to stay longer than that as it is extremely exhaustive, imagine these folks sweating profusely in these temperatures.

I was informed that usually there are 3 sets (5 each) of players for a regular match and each set swaps places every 5 min which means when 1 set is playing , 2 sets are regaining energy to get back to action. After seeing these folks play I had no doubts on what they were saying as It for sure is a very tiring & draining sport.

Shoes on rent for regular skating

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Flags of various nations at the place.

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Another picture from the place.

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The entire experience has been a special one and definitely left me in high spirits , an absolute smashing way to end the week .

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Awesome writeup. So "J" I am

How come that company didn't send me when I was there? Hehehe, jokes apart - great to see you take in all the sights and sounds. Mexico is one place on my bucketlist.
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Thank You S2. Iam not sure if the corcs come up the walk way for sure we found some alligators as captured in the pictures . I know it definitively seems risky however there might be a way they are managing.
A nice insight into Mexico , pdma.
Most of us, at least me, am not aware of how the Latin American culture is since we have few traveling to these countries compared to Europe, Asia and North America. So it is very informative when reading a report like this.

Just a small correction, these are not alligators, they look more like Iguana's which are giant lizards., and many more times dangerous than crocs or gators.

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Adding information on the Ingredients available to meet our appetite.

The good news is that all the regular ingredients are available in the local market here. The market is called Asbestos and Iam adding the pictures of the stores for easy reference for anyone.

There are three stores where you can get all the required ingredients.

1) Abastos Gourmet

2) La Gellina Feliz

3) Lakshmi Indian Stores

Asbestos is the biggest market yard in the city and you can pick a wide range of fruits and vegetables at wholesale prices.

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The Citrus section

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Vegetables

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Yes we can get the famous Peda as well of-course don't expect the same taste.

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Other sweets & savories

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Mangoes in September , not very pleasing to the taste buds though.

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Like every market , this too houses a wide variety of street food

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Some grilled chicken

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The Abastos Gourmet is an Asian retail stores where you can find the packed masala and different types of atta.

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Different sauses

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Packed Masala

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The range available

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The staple Indian diet

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Pickles and rava

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La Gallina Feliz famously known as murgi stores by all our desi bandhu's because of the huge picture of the rooster outside the stores.

The Stores

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The line up of all the spices you need

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If you want to organize a birthday party for your little one there is the place where you can get all the stuff you need without burning your pocket.This place is right next to the La Gallina Feliz.

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Lakshmi Indian Stores is near the Plaza Del Sol area and i was not able to get more pictures of the stores as it was closed over the last weekend, I will give a more detailed write up on this stores and the prices in my upcoming posts.

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Nice to read about an relatively lesser known country and its culture. Thanks for sharing

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Just a small correction, these are not alligators, they look more like Iguana's which are giant lizards., and many more times dangerous than crocs or gators.
It is an Iguana - and they are not dangerous.
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How come that company didn't send me when I was there? . Mexico is one place on my bucketlist.
Thank You Naveen,

May be you should have a little stayed longer in the org . The country is a good holiday destination for sure and if you are frequently visiting USA then you should surely plan a short tip here as well.

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A nice insight into Mexico , pdma.
Most of us, at least me, am not aware of how the Latin American culture is since we have few traveling to these countries compared to Europe, Asia and North America.
Just a small correction, these are not alligators, they look more like Iguana's which are giant lizards., and many more times dangerous than crocs or gators.
Thank You Tharian , I will try to keep this as informative as possible so that it can help some folks.

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It is an Iguana - and they are not dangerous.
Honestly I never knew a species like Iguana existed , attributed to my poor GK . Thank you both for adding these points.

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So it was Saturday and along with some colleague we decided to visit Pete's Pizza known to be the best in Guadalajara.
The Place is not huge but the the flavor was excellent.

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The restaurant had a native Italian feel and had the walls painted to the theme.

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The small restaurant

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Theme

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We ordered a large pizza and there was an option or selecting two varieties half each to make the full large.
However there was no option of Pollo (chicken) or Piscado (Fish) and hence we we ordered half champiñones ( Mushroom) & the other half champiñones with piña ( pineapple). It was delicious.

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Looking for some great shopping at affordable prices then Las Plazas Outlet should be one of the obvious destinations in this city.

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There is where we have the factory outlets of all the well known brands.Looks like its an universal convention to have all these factory outlets somewhere away from the main city and this place too is no exception.

The place is tucked away from the city with some amazing backdrop of hills around.

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There is tons of parking place available.

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The first look from the outside does not leave any impression as it looks like a huge warehouse painted in blue , however once you step inside its a different feel. A few pictures showing the interiors.

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The place also has a multiplex "Cinimex" & a casino inside and if anyone still has something left in the pockets after the shopping you can empty them here.

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The City Hosted an Auto Expo on 27 & 28 Sep and how would I miss it .

So planned the visit in advance and reached the place immediately after lunch at around 230 PM in the afternoon to avoid the crowds in the evening.

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The plan worked well as the expo was less crowded at this time.

In fact I expected a lot from the expo , however this turned out to be disappointing , the expo was more of a promotion exercise hosted by all the dealers in the city.

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However the show did pack some excitement in small pockets. I also had a chance to see the Mustang 50 year special edition in flesh and I have updated the related pics and details in the thread below.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/intern...evealed-4.html (2015 Ford Mustang - Leaked! Edit : Now officially revealed.)

I also managed to catch a glimpse of the Hyundai Ix25 which probably will be hitting our market.I captured the pictures in the related thread.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...g-india-3.html

RON Concept

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Another Concept found at the Renault Stall

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Apna Duster

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Found this beauty at a performance goods stall specially for the Camero

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The tweaked Bumble Bee

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The Verrano

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The Display of Giulietta , I hated the front grill design

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The Legend in biking

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The Retro Section

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The VW Stall

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The Peugeot line up

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Ford Fusion, This is one car which I have started loving and If I would have stayed here longer I would have planned to own this.

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Premium looking Sony Audio Console.

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Side Profile

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The rear view
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There are some digital markings on the door which I did not understand though

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Rear lights lit up

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Sun Roof

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The Interiors are as beautiful as the exterior

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The Ford Escape

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The Eco sport that we got

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The MAZDA Stall too had something to show off,

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The MX5. The car looked a stunning in Flesh than in pictures.

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The loaded interiors

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The Stall was serving snacks and beverages as well.

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I saw these two cars parked towards the corner completely covered , may be some new models that are expected to be unveiled later at the show.

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Also caught hold of an Autobot at the Chevy display

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The two tone interiors of the Curze looked more exiting than the all black that we have.

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A Dodge Challenger exited me equally , this is again a classic American Muscle car

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The RAM Display

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Out of all the Jeeps there I personally liked the Rugged look of this


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The Nissan Stall

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Uploading the last set of the pictures from the Auto Expo.

The Suzuki Stall , nothing very exiting here its all the regular stuff.

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The below picture just thew me into a small confusion initially.

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I for a sec thought if this is the Ciaz , however immediately recollected myself

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One of our most loving cars

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And the expected SX4 Cross to be hitting our market.

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Some random views.

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This weekend we have been to Chappala. Its a small lake town which is approximately 40 Km from Guadalajara. The drive just takes an hour and the evening was well spent next to the water body.

If you are planning to visit this place please have minimum expectations as there is nothing apart in this town apart from the lake side , however its not at all a bad place to spend a few hours.

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Boats lined up

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Walkway

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The beautiful chapel

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A very nice fountain

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The amazing lake side

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Chapala grill , the food was excellent

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The architecture too is amazing

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Statue of the Saint in the lake

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I love the colour of markets in Mexico.

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Tumbler's made of bamboo

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The best drink anywhere around the world.

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There are numerous buses between Guadalajara and Chapala. The charges are very reasonable 45 persons per person one way , however if you have a car then it works out more affordable.

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The standard cobbled streets , look at the amazing wall

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Some more random pictures as a treat to the eyes and the colors make me so happy.

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