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... pride in their town.
Time for a beer in the ocean side bar. Just a little something after shopping the flea market and tequila tasting. Maxed out on the two bottle bring home limit! Can't wait to try the chocolate tequila over ice cream!
Uno mas cerveza? SI!
Finished off the day on the balcony, sipping pomegranate tequila, watching the lightening storm in the bay. Can't wait to see how the pictures come out when I get ...
... the rain! In the morning, my purse had somehow magic-ed up 240 pesos (£12) and a business card from an American couple I met while waiting in the toilet queue, who had offered me a job in Mexico City as an English teacher, as they're hiring in the new year...... The bus back to Guadalajara wasn't quite the standard I'm used to with the individual screens in the back of the chair, and so I was almost forced to watch a Kiera Knightley period drama.... Back in Guadalajara, on the ...
... chips with salsa and guacamole. Dave had two chicken quesadillas. The rest of the day was spent reading in the sun, walking the beach, looking for shells or relaxing.
Late in the afternoon when we usually go to a pool; we decided to try the infinity pool. It is adults only but always full; there are no chairs available. We decided to try a swim without having a chair. the pool was nice but the people were different. There were ...
After our yummy lunch and little visit with our American friends, we headed up the road to a place where we could see waterfalls and some unbelievable landscape. We watched a bunch of people zip line and we walked on what felt like death defying sketchy bridges. On top of one of the rocks in the river you could see a cross etched into it. A natural anomaly. And we could see a couple of small waterfalls and kids diving in the water. There was also a ...
... encounter aren't much for conversation, and especially one in Spanish. Upon learning that I spoke a little of their language, it was nothing but dead silence from them. I never understood why people in the maid service industry always seem to feel that conversing with the customer is mal.
Downstairs at the pool, we were treated to some unexpected entertainment. Jenny, a sea lion, was visiting with her trainer, and she was taking pictures with the guests at ...
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