Heading Back Down

We will be heading back down to Mexico on June 30th.  Since they need about 4 days to put in my permanent plate I figured I might as well take advantage of the extra US holiday that they don’t celebrate.

According to the email they sent me it takes 1 day to make the new plate then I have to go back for any adjustments the next 2 days.  It’s possible I will be done on the 3rd and if so we could come back then instead of waiting for the 4th.

We are also going to stay in a hotel on the US side this time.  It’s the Quechan Hotel and Casino right at the off ramp from I8.

Maybe I can win enough to pay for my implants!  Ha!  I’m a funny guy.  I’ll be lucky if I don’t lose much.  I do like the nickel slots though but I suspect they will be updated like the slots in Vegas where you don’t use money anymore.

Posted: Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 @ 12:42 pm
Categories: Cool Stuff, Family, Life, Personal.
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7 Responses to “Heading Back Down”

  1. Richard Says:

    It will be nice to finally have this behind you.

  2. Don Says:

    Yes. The temporary causes me to have a bit of a lisp. Hopefully the permanent will do away with that.

  3. Donna Says:

    Good luck!

  4. Daryl Says:

    Buy some drugs while you are there.

    Medicine, I mean… prescriptions…

  5. Don Says:

    Yes, of course. Medicine, prescriptions.

    Last time I got some Ibuprofen 800. Good stuff man.

  6. Daryl Says:

    Isn’t Ibuprofen 800 the same as taking 4 Ibuprofen 200? Unless it is cheaper I don’t see the advantage.

    I was think more along the line of antibiotics, ED, etc.

  7. Don Says:

    Yes, it’s the same as taking 4 200mg pills. But in Mexico it’s cheap. I think it was $3 or $4 for a bottle of 100. I don’t know as you could get 100 200mg in the US.

    I didn’t check on prices for either of the things you mentioned. Maybe I will this trip.

    As long as your are bringing back what seems like a personal amount they are supposed to be fine with it. Oh, and it can’t be narcotics. They frown on that.