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Please help with that survey! This guy try to find out if there is widespread a difference between the paquetes sold by Telmex and charged for amount x and bandwidth "delivered/made available" are somewhat on eye-level.
You can test your speed here >> http://www.speedtest.net/ and, as across reference here >> http://testmy.net/auto
This testing is free and does nor require any software to be installed!
How satisfied are you with your Telmex Infinitum? With speed and connection as well with customer service.
(The image show my speedtest, I got Infinitum Negotio, supposedly 20Mbps and wait since 12. October for repair - so far 10 report numbers issued, voice service back since 14. November - internet >> see image)
I like to find out if there are similar experiences with other folks
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We are getting there again. Cant miss the spirit when visiting a supermarket..... and we thought this supposed to be the quiet time of the year....... :)

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The islands are both uninhabited. Ensenada Grande beach, on Isla Partida, was voted the most beautiful beach in Mexico by The Travel Magazine and one of the top 12 beaches in the world.
Image taken during arrival per plane in La Paz.
Isla Partida and Espiritu Santo is an island in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez) and part of the Municipality of La Paz and are both a short boat trip from La Paz on the Baja California peninsula.
It was declared part of a Biosphere Reserve by the #UNESCO in 1995.
The islands are both uninhabited. Ensenada Grande beach, on Isla Partida, was voted the most beautiful beach in Mexico by The Travel Magazine and one of the top 12 beaches in the world.
Image taken during arrival per plane in La Paz.
#BajaSur #BCS #Peninsula #Mexico

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Majority of the 1 million who left the U.S. for Mexico between 2009 and 2014 left of their own accord.
The views Mexicans have of life north of the border are changing too. While almost half (48%) of adults in Mexico believe life is better in the U.S., a growing share says it is neither better nor
More than one million Mexicans and their families, including US-born children, returned to Mexico. A majority of the 1 million who left the U.S. for Mexico between 2009 and 2014 left of their own accord.
The views Mexicans have of life north of the border are changing too. While almost half (48%) of adults in Mexico believe life is better in the U.S., a growing share says it is neither better nor
worse than life in Mexico. Today, a third (33%) of adults in Mexico say those who move to the U.S. lead a life that is equivalent to that in Mexico.

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La Paz sport fishing is still - in comparison to CSL - a well kept secret. La Paz was a sport fishing paradise quite a while before Los Cabos or the East Cape.
La Paz sport fishing is still - in comparison to CSL - a well kept secret. La Paz was a sport fishing paradise quite a while before Los Cabos or the East Cape.
Fishing could be difficult at the times in the very early days, mostly from pangas, but it offered fishermen an incredible sport fishing experience.
If big game fishing is "your thing" do not cross La Paz off of your list as the city offers anglers an incredible fishing experience.
#LaPaz #Sportfishing +Happy Sportfishing #Boating #Marinas
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Sportfishing La Paz
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An investor group that includes Chicago billionaire Sam Zell built a sleek terminal in San Diego with a bridge that crosses a razor-wire border fence to Tijuana's decades-old airport. Passengers pay US$18 to walk a 390-foot overpass to Tijuana International Airport, a springboard to about 30 Mexican destinations.
The U.S.-Mexico border is one of the world's most fortified international divides. Starting Wednesday, it will also be one of the world's only boundaries with an airport straddling two countries.
An investor group that includes Chicago billionaire Sam Zell built a sleek terminal in San Diego with a bridge that crosses a razor-wire border fence to Tijuana's decades-old airport. Passengers pay US$18 to walk a 390-foot overpass to Tijuana International Airport, a springboard to about 30 Mexican destinations.
The terminal is targeting the estimated 60 percent of Tijuana airport passengers who cross into the United States, about 2.6 million travelers last year. Now, they drive about 15 minutes to a congested land crossing, where they sometimes wait several hours to enter San Diego by car or on foot. The airport bridge is a five-minute walk to a U.S. border inspector.

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So, how about a little coastline and surf near San Jose del Cabo - always good to look at...

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La Paz, BCS from the mountains above Pedregal / Lomas Palmilla.
La Paz, BCS on a early Sunday morning from the mountains above Pedregal / Lomas Palmilla. Pics not "top" by all means as we been testing different cams for the upcoming +Dos Mares 500 #offroad #desert #race in a couple of weeks. Great view from up there in all direction. Next time we try the other direction.... ;-)
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La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, 14.4.2013
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