Casa del Sol

Javier Mina #7, Ajijic, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 45920, Mexico | B&B
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa del Sol Ajijic

    Reviewed by bmwbret

    Fourth time staying here

    Reviewed Jul 13, 2014
    by (1 review) Stockton , United States Flag of United States

    Always a good time at Casa del Sol. Great location with a pool on the roof and restaurant below, with beach dinning. The one disappointing change this time is that there are no lounge chairs on the beach. In the past this is where we did most of our beach time and shopping. You can sit on the beach under the palapas but the chairs are dinning chairs so not comfy for all day sitting. Must be because the beach has shrunk here. May have to explore for a new place further down the beach.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Casa del Sol Ajijic

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    Travel Blogs from Ajijic

    A Three Hour Cruise......

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Jul 15, 2014

    25 photos

    ... and chicken satay's before J&C picked us up at Casa Forster. We were treated to a fantastic "asian themed' dinner which was just fantastic. From there it was tequila shooters on the patio to watch the sun set behind the neighboring mountains.

    Thank you so much guys - you've made our second visit to Ajijic so much fun. You have made us feel at home here in Mexico and we can't wait until we come back.
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    50 Things I've Learned in Mexico

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Jul 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... prohibitions against intercourse outside of marriage. Hence, it is more polite to address even an elderly woman as "Señorita" if her marital status is unknown. To do otherwise impugns her character. 16. Several kinds of food are eaten with the fingers (tacos, tortas, churros, etc.) Eating them with a fork and knife is viewed as both comical and snobbish. In case of doubt, follow the lead of other diners. 17. Before starting to eat it is a common courtesy ...

    Only In My Mind

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Jul 02, 2014

    15 photos

    ... even next week. She spent two hours whipping our casita into shape and left with 300 peso ($15.00/hour) which means that we're very good payers as the going rate here I'm told is 50 peso per hour.

    Today being Wednesday it's Happy Hour Wednesday again and we (all 23 of us) headed to Cafe Adelita's for dinner. We also were celebrating Steve's 60th birthday complete with Cindy's homemade cakes and ice cream.
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    Back in Paradise Again

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Jun 21, 2014

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... tomorrow for the main grocery list and we've also been invited to one party tomorrow evening to watch Mexico in their next World Cup match. I've tentatively accepted that I'll be taking Bridge lessons with Catherine and Deb's interested in the Zumba workouts which happens three days a week here.
    Randy's invited me to play some golf in the next few days - so all's good in this area as well. I'll update things as they develop down here in Paradise. ...

    In Hot Water

    A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 14, 2014

    25 photos

    ... they're just like fried shrimp (unbattered variety). Then you pull a leg out of your teeth and the Ew factor comes back. But several shots of mescal would take care of that.
    A few minutes...possibly hours...later the bar kicked us out and we went home. To Miguel's home to be exact. One would think that's when we would sleep, but oh no...there was a blood moon happening at 2:45am, and we were gonna stay up to see ...