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... balance of the night. I think that a good time was had by all.
Tomorrow we're out on Lake Chapala in a pontoon boat. Even though the water level in the lake might be lower than normal Eloy is going to try and launch it. So we're meeting John at 10:30 and then we'll head out to the yacht club to see if we can get this going.
Updates will follow tomorrow.
... it was great to get back into an air-conditioned SUV for the 45-minute trip home. As soon as we got inside the Casita, it was snooze city for both of us - worn out from the heat and full bellies. I'm heading off to doctor to get a script for some muscle relaxers which will hopefully address some of the back pain that I've been dealing with over the last few days - I always seemed to ...
... and book writers who have opened small galleries and shops. The setting reminded us of the small village of Provincetown on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. The colorful buildings with the unique architecture and paintings make this little town so charming. The Lake Chapala Society (LCS) is a 3,000-plus member group that has gorgeous landscaped grounds on the Southern side of town. Within, they have meeting areas, a little café, library and the most serene walking ...
TLAQUEPAQUE HERE WE COME...........
Ana was right, she's different from most Mexicans, she said she'd arrive at 10:00 a.m. at Casa 50 and sure enough she was ON TIME. Today's adventure was Tlaquepaque, a suburb of Guadalajara, where the shops are supposed to be out-of-this-world.
So after the introductions, Ana, Phil (her fiance from Philly, New York and apparently everywhere in between), Deborah and I set off in ...
... served in its restaurants.
Five years ago, we did go to Mezcala Island though. We will have to make that trip again as it was a very interesting place. Mezcala is a national monument and has a very colourful history. In the early 1800's, a very determined group of 1000 Mexican insurgents, held off the powerful Spanish army and navy for four years from their stronghold on this island. They were hugely outnumbered and had little or no arms ...
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