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Post by dean on Fri Jul 16, 2010 7:38 am

http://www.clubcruceros.org/Services.html

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flour source

Post by dean on Mon Apr 25, 2011 5:43 am

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There is a great place called Solution Cake with large supply amounts for all
things baking.

612 125 8768

Ignacio Allende y Ramirez Local 1

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cookware

Post by dean on Tue Sep 04, 2012 9:32 am

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Here's a place with great equip. for pro and home chefs...I don't recall seeing a pizza stone there but it's sure worth a try, I'll bet they can order one if they do not stock them. This is the closest thing I've seen to a Sur La Table on the Baja! Not a big place but they have a nice selection IMHO.

Proacyr, B. Juarez at Heroes de Indepencia 612.125.9804 proacyr@yahoo.com.mx

my last trip there I bought a good quality omelet plan at prices comparable to u.s.

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pizza stone or oven

Post by dean on Tue Sep 04, 2012 9:35 am



Eric, here's the info on the guy who built our pizza oven. He owns the fired brick yard here in la Paz and can make you any size you need. Padre Tile 612-128-0581. Tell him we sent you

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shoe repair

Post by dean on Thu Feb 28, 2013 9:11 am

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Go to Ocampo street between Serdan and Guillermo Prieto on your left hand you will see a yellow house and it is right there you will find this place that fix all kind of shoes, it is exactly on the middle of the block.

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bulk general store

Post by dean on Wed Mar 13, 2013 6:55 am

okay, here's my best kept secret for today...

Almacen La Victoria on Ramirez between Pineda and DeLeon I think


they have coconut milk, LOTS of asian ingredients (some of the restaurants must shop there),

spring roll wraps both frozen and dried, tofu, surimi, wasabi, surimi, great goodies!!!


and some general groceries and paper goods. Reminds me a bit of a small "Smart and Final" store that you would find in California.

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printing shop

Post by dean on Tue May 28, 2013 7:31 am

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In order to feed two birds with one hand, you might consider the print business connected with Ciudad de los Ninos (near 5 de Febrero and Revolucion). The print shop supports this program for both orphans and young people whose families simply cannot afford to feed and house them. (Many people believe mistakenly that this "orphanage" is supported by the Catholic cathedral next door; Ciudad is independently funded and operated.) They are wonderful folk, and even though the printing costs a bit more than other large shops in town, it's for the kids...

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electronics store lpg

Post by dean on Sun Jun 23, 2013 4:03 pm

I checked the archives and found El Sonido talked about as a music store, which they are. But, they are also a superb electronics store.  They carry a huge array of switches, panel lights, connectors and other various electronic gew-gaws.  The kinds of things you used to be able to find at Radio Shack way back when.  They also have lots of speakers and such for everything form plugging in to your computer to building an ear-splitting guitar amp.  Great store.  I've added it to the "Around Town" section of the LPG database.
 

That's El Sonido.  It's on Ramirez between Cinco de Mayo & Independencia.

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shops and restaurants in El Centenario

Post by dean on Thu Aug 08, 2013 5:35 pm

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shops and restaurants in El Centenario that I

https://mapsengine.google.com/map/viewer?mid=zpAW4tP86218.kKiP_Khi5XNY

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from meats including lamb, to cheeses, flours, spices

Post by dean on Sat Sep 14, 2013 11:00 pm

there is a new store with all gringo products behind applebees on bravo.     from meats including lamb, to cheeses, flours, spices

right behind Applebees on Bravo
www.daliamex.com.mx
https://www.facebook.com/dalialmex
Hours are M-F 10ap to 8pm and Sat 10am to 7pm


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mail service

Post by dean on Tue Sep 17, 2013 7:08 am

AeroBurro: Tips from the Burro, After breaking loose from his donkey cart in Tijuana the Burro lost his stripes and now brings to South Baja mail and packagers once a week. So why burden your friends to bring your your items . Let the Burro do it professionally , safe and insured. For more information come to "Plum Loco" gift shop.Home port for www.aeroburro.com or call 624-150-5044

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seeds irrigation equipment pest control

Post by dean on Thu Jun 05, 2014 6:49 am

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We sell a large variety of vegetable seeds, irrigation equipment, compost, and organic pest control products at very low prices to help fund the community gardens in La Paz.  Our point of sale for the moment is the Sabores De La Tierra Community Farm on Nayarit street just a half block from the beach in Colonia Manglito.  There are a couple of old cement towers on the property that you can see from afar and the front gate has a big mural. Our ours during the summer are Monday-Friday, 9am-1PM.  We will have more points of sale come Fall.  For more info check Raíz de Fondo - Inicio http://www.raizdefondo.org   Raíz de Fondo - Inicio http://www.raizdefondo.org Raíz de Fondo Jardines Y Educación A.C.     View on www.raizdefondo.org http://www.raizdefondo.org  Preview by Yahoo       There is a menu on the above right side of the page to view it in English

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online mexico

Post by dean on Tue Sep 09, 2014 7:34 pm

http://www.mercadolibre.com.mx/

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Storage in LaPaz downtow

Post by dean on Sun Feb 01, 2015 5:13 am

Boat Storage In La Paz - New boat and vehicle storage facility in La Paz! Boats, campers, trailers, cars, jet-skis, etc. Completely enclosed secure warehouses. In the downtown area "El Esterito" about 4 blocks up from the Malecon. Full info at www.elesterito.com Open February 2nd! Cell phone 612-103-9080. ☞ Mike Igartua, http://www.elesterito.com, 612-122-2212

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Source of gringo herbs/spices

Post by dean on Mon Feb 02, 2015 9:25 am

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9c. Re: Source of gringo herbs/spices
Posted by: lesan
Date: Sun Feb 1, 2015 7:48 pm ((PST))

nutmeg, allspice, black peppercorns, fennel, dill weed. anise, star anise, cloves, cinnamon, curing salt, pickling spice and so much more at any of the stores called semillas y cereales. One of the best and most complete is Semillas y Cereales Guadalajara on Revolucion between Degollado and Ocampo in the heart of downtown. Fresh herbs as already posted, are at the mercadito madero farmers market. And the Aramburo supermarkets seem to carry a larger variety of dry spices than the other supers.

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Re: Source of gringo herbs/spices
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Date: Sun Feb 1, 2015 5:34 pm ((PST))

Fresh dill and Rosemary at the organic market on madero Tuesday and Saturday. Nutmeg have not seen

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Liverpool website

Post by dean on Fri Sep 11, 2015 7:28 am

http://www.liverpool.com.mx/tienda/línea-blanca/cat610025

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Re: list of stores and sources

Post by dean on Sun Jul 03, 2016 3:49 pm

lpg wrote: luggage repair
Posted by: "Antonio Avilés" teacher.avail.com iameryk
Date: Fri Jul 1, 2016 9:12 am ((PDT))

Hello, Good morning. I think you may try at "El Coyote" shoe repairing shop

at Felix Ortega between Reforma & Independencia.

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Re: list of stores and sources

Post by dean on Sun Jul 03, 2016 3:50 pm

lpg wrote:There is a glass shop on the SE side of Forjadores, somewhere between Colima and 5th of Feb. Long white building, parking area in front and lots of signs. They have quite a variety of plastic sheet ,cut to measure. I've bought Plex there, not sure about Lexan. It's a start. Robert To
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