UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES in Mexico

Here’s a list, and a link. Anybody got a bucket?

Mexico

SOURCE:  http://whc.unesco.org/en/list

FACING FORECLOSURE?

If you are being jammed by BANKSTERS who are fraudulently attempting to steal your home, you might find the linked article of interest. It discusses the concept of “quiet title.” Since so many titles have been sliced an diced until they are untraceable, courts are willing to grant homeowners proof that they are the legal holders of a title, if other claimants don’t respond to the court. Maybe it’s time to beat the investment bankers at their own scheme? “Pass it on!” 

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/51006287-78/mers-property-mortgage-loan.html.csp?page=1

And here’s a video on the issue, to establish your claim for quiet title regarding MERS mortgages (“Mortgage Electronic Registration System”):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njoPUfKXotQ&feature=youtube_gdata_player

 

Noche Mexicana, Buffalo NY

While in Merida, we often enjoyed the many free cultural presentations hosted by the city at the foot of Paseo Montejo on most Saturday nights. So we were delighted to notice a gallery opening of Mexican art (the show was titled Masks) recently in the artsy neighborhood of Buffalo, known as Allentown. The event even included a band of very talented musicians. The event was sponsored by Rick Williams and wife (una Mexicana whose name I’ve forgotten), two of the several artists who own the gallery. They winter in Cuernavaca.

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The band’s vocalist was very energetic and talented. All the musicians put on fine performances. And the art seemed to be selling well. (That’s Sra Williams, in black, next to the Magi in black, red, and green.)

 

 

 

 

Overnighting, after Laredo

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While these quarters might be suitable for some, you can do better . . .   (Photo copyright by Eric Chaffee)

 

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This place is called LAS PALMAS for obvious reasons. It is located in the state of San Luis Potosi, in the town of Matahuala, along Rt 57.  The motel provides a pleasant time trip back to the 1960′s, when life seemed simpler. They offer little bungalows around several interior streets of the compound, allowing each guest to park a vehicle in front of their quarters. And they even have space for RV’s (sorry, not sure about hook-ups). While the on-site restaurant is a bit fancy, guests can walk across the road for local fare in the village. We stayed here coming and going.