La Paloma Bed and Breakfast
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... sidewalk into the road so that they can pass. The "gringo's" here typically need their big SUV's. So it's quite comical to see a big Chevy Suburban try to make the corners with cars parked on one side, all the while dodging some young mexican riding a horse heading home. These gringo drivers regularly have to tuck their mirrors on both sides just to make it down the street without incident.
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... also penalized under the law. 21. Using Mexican Spanish phrases and interjections like "Chihuahua," "Caramba," "Ándale," "Taco" (Mexican Taco Bells advertise Tacos as Tacostadas or Tachitos) or "bad words" thinking that by doing so you will "blend in" is sometimes seen as mocking and disrespectful coming from tourists. 22. Tipping bellboys and people who pack things in the supermarket can be considered a must sometimes, thus when not doing so it is ...
... have lots to learn in the next three weeks.
After the lesson was over we headed to an art gallery in downtown Ajijic to see some paintings that were done by a friend of C&J's. It was a nice show of her "nudes". From there we headed to the local pollo booth (like a Swiss Chalet but not) to pick up dinner.
Today is Day 8 here in Ajijic. We went to church at Lakeside with Catherine ...
Well we are all worn out and tired from the week long orchestra camp but I have to say that this year's camp was the best one EVER. So many talented musicians in one place for an entire week cannot help but produce a fantastic concert. The camp made up of members from several orchestras converged in ...
... of gout. After Sebastian recovered he openly criticized Diocletian who then had him beaten to death. This is the short version to read more by clicking the link "HERE"
Yesterday we awoke in Ajijic to bands and fireworks early in the morning. The area just north of the main road through Ajijic is the barrio (neighborhood) known as San Sebastian. ...