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#11 anaderoux

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    Posted 20 January 2007 - 04:53 AM

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    Thanks for explaining! I've been wondering that for a long time! The closest border to me is 2 hours away and that's the Tijuana border - which is CRAZY BUSY! I read that it's the busiest border crossing int he world - I don't know if that's true or not but I know no one's passing through in one minute! It's more like 1.5 hours! Border towns (on both sides) are such interesting places. i read this great book called "Borderlands" once which was talking all about how cultures mix along the borders and create their own new, distinct culture... anyway can I say ! hee hee hee...

    Anyway thanks for clearing that up for me!
    Not everyday you can cross in minutes.. sometimes it's a PITA, but it's good to know it's close hehehe..

    #12 gkashmira

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      Posted 20 January 2007 - 04:58 AM

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      Not everyday you can cross in minutes.. sometimes it's a PITA, but it's good to know it's close hehehe..
      Fair enough. At least you get the best of both worlds - delicious tacos AND cheap fat-free products!

      Though I have to admit we have quite delicious Mexican food here in los angeles... but it doesn't compare the mexican food IN mexico!
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      #13 AmyInMI

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        Posted 20 January 2007 - 11:14 AM

        I lived right on the US/Canada border and it sounds similar, although we did not need passpports/visa/ect, but that is about to change.
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        #14 TammyWright

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        Posted 20 January 2007 - 02:00 PM

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        The one I posted at top also just sends you a check - no referral agents or anything either. The girl I now sit with used this sight and it worked out great - she said they loved it!

        Tammy, I'll check out the ones Traveler's Joy too!

        Anny, where is Mexico do you live? I adore Mexico - I don't know how you stay so think though - the food is so amazing!

        ooh, if they send a check it is good...if they hold the $$ and make you buy one of their packages, not good because then they really jack up the vacation cost.

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        #15 TammyWright

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        Posted 20 January 2007 - 02:02 PM

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        Fair enough. At least you get the best of both worlds - delicious tacos AND cheap fat-free products!

        Though I have to admit we have quite delicious Mexican food here in los angeles... but it doesn't compare the mexican food IN mexico!

        i know...i lived in san deigo and the mexican food was good but boy do i miss authentic tacos....or chilaquiles (green salsa ones)...hmmmmm.

        i need to go find a recipe for chilaquiles

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        #16 cheerztp83

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          Posted 30 January 2007 - 03:49 PM

          I think another great honeymoon registry is Giftpile.com Honeymoon Gift Registry (the alternative bridal registry).
          They were very helpful with some special requests I had and very affordable. My husband and I had already been living together before we got married so we really didn't need any household items and this was a great alternative. Be sure and check out Giftpile.com Honeymoon Gift Registry (the alternative bridal registry) when you are looking at honeymoon registries that do not require you to purchase travel through them.

          #17 BayBug

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            Posted 30 January 2007 - 04:11 PM

            I feel weird registering for a Honeymoon. I told everyone (including my parents) that I did not want any money. I just want them to come and enjoy my wedding. I guess it is almost the same a registering for gifts. No win situation.
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