Casa del Sol
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa del Sol Ajijic
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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Enjoyed coffee on the balcony watching the staff prep for the day. Lots of early morning joggers and folks walking their dogs. Although the weather reports said rain clouds, we are sunny with a nice breeze off the ocean. Saw a little lightening off in the distance last night, but it never got close to us.
Hit Daiquiri ***** for breakfast …
... and his friends and even managing to find a restaurant that made vegan pizza!
For my final day we had time to go visit the local pueblo magico, Calvillo, known for its delicious guavas - the tiny town is Mexico's biggest producer of the fruit. It was almost obligatory to sample the local produce so we did so in the form of paletas (ice lollies). Paleterias are a common sight in Mexico and stock agua fresca (flavoured waters with ...
... 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.
... 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 ...
... 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.