Casa Tres Leones
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Wednesday is usually a very busy day of the week here in Ajijic (Ahhh-hee-HEEK). Deborah had been feeling a little under the weather so we decided to take her to see Dr. Roderigez at the clinic in town. For the $200Peso's we spent 30 minutes in his office for him to determine the diagnosis.
After that we hopped across the street to Guadalajara Farmacia to pick up her drugs then all was well. We're having a dinner party here at Casa Forster on Friday so we had ...
... 8216;hola’ unless you’re planning to stop and chat. You say ‘adios.’ It’s similar to the Hawaii ‘Aloha.’ 43. Taking photographs may not always be welcomed among some indigenous groups in Mexico, and you should ask permission first. 44. You don’t tip taxi drivers. You just pay the agreed-upon price for the trip before you get in the taxi. However, if your driver provides you with extra service…for ...
... golf on Wednesday but plans fell through so we opted to join Catherine and John at Tony's for ribs tonight. It's just a small open-air restaurant on the Caraterra but I'll put their ribs and baked potatoes up against the Keg and for a price of $24.00 for two it just can't be beat.
Last night we were treated to a lightning and thunder show that lasted for a few hours. Typically it rains during the evening but some nights there are some ...
... center west of town. The young bride and groom Arnulfo and América were stunning in their wedding attire. Huge tents were set up with food, beer and Tequila. The bride's mother Isabel who also is a caterer and florist took care of the food and decorations. Beautiful centerpieces adorned each table. Both sets of parents were dressed to the hilt and beamed with pride over the joining of ...
... which are paper mache covered clay pots that are filled with candy. Some are the forms of animals or stars and last night was even a snow man. They were suspended out in the street in front of José's home on a pulley and the kids, some blind folded, swung furiously at the bobbing figure in order to break the pot to release the treasured candy inside. These clay pots are not easily broken. ...