Motel El Indio

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lvd. Lopez Mateos y Fresnillo 100, Mexicali, Baja California Norte, Mexico
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Kitchen Appliances

by Geoffinbaja

Can someone give me the name and address of a store in Mexicali which sells things like Juicers and Blenders?

Re: Kitchen Appliances

by juliogg

Hello Geoff. Look for "ELEKTRA" yellow stores. They have all kinds of appliances. Also you can go to WALLMART & COSTCO. Both are in Mexicali.

Re: Kitchen Appliances

by StacyCarson

Hi,

There is a Home Depot at Blvd. Benito Juarez 2398 and a Costco at Carr. San Luis Rio Col Km. 7.5 Ex-ejido de Coahuila. I would assume at least one of those stores would carry Juicers and Blenders.

Hope that helps!

Stacy Carson
www.moneyfortraveling.com

Re: Kitchen Appliances

by StacyCarson

Hi,

There is a Home Depot at Blvd. Benito Juarez 2398 and a Costco at Carr. San Luis Rio Col Km. 7.5 Ex-ejido de Coahuila. I would assume at least one of those stores would carry Juicers and Blenders.

Hope that helps!

Stacy Carson
www.moneyfortraveling.com

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Travel Tips for Mexicali

Flamenco

by mht_in_la

Flamenco is the traditional Spanish dance adopted by the Mexicans. Similar to the bullfights, it's now an intergral part of Mexican culture. Besides the costume, the dance requires lots of clapping and foot work such as kicking and stumping. The dances shown in photo were performed outside the arena before the bullfights.

Guadalupe Canyon

by Mateosh

"Guadalupe Canyon"

Guadalupe Canyon is 50 or so miles west of Mexacali off a remote washboard road into the desert. Guadalupe Canyon has a campground where each campsite has its own natural hotsprings. Water is funnelled from the hotsprings and into a rock pool constructed at each campsite. When you arrive at your campsite you fill up your rock pool and when you leave you drain it. The campsite also has a palupa with a kitchen and a fireplace.

"Waterfalls"

This little oasis is a half an hor away from the campsite.

"Natural hot springs hot tub"

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Address: lvd. Lopez Mateos y Fresnillo 100, Mexicali, Baja California Norte, Mexico