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Old 12th September 2019, 05:47 PM
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We love Valle de Bravo. Moved here 3 months ago. Two boys 10&15. Vegan and unschooling and looking for friends. Till now we have not met any English speakers in Valle - we live in Avándaro so we might be more isolated. Would love to hear from expats in Valle who would like to meet newbies...
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We love Valle de Bravo. Moved here 3 months ago. Two boys 10&15. Vegan and unschooling and looking for friends. Till now we have not met any English speakers in Valle - we live in Avándaro so we might be more isolated. Would love to hear from expats in Valle who would like to meet newbies...
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I'll bet there are some English speakers around - Mexicans who lived in the US, universities in the area - I constantly find English speakers here and there, but I know what you mean.

BTW, why do you like Valle de Bravo so much? I've heard other people say that, but it leaves me a little cold.

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I bet lots of the educated and well off Mexicans who live in Valle de Bravo speak Engliish. They just do not speak it if you do not speak it first. I am French and found out tons of of well off Mexicans who speak French and English fluently, but unless you ask them they just do not.. They will speak French before they speak English but usually speak both.
There is a ceramist who lives ther, He speaks English and has an English name.. Gordon something.. He is Mexican but has an English name, I forget why..

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