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... is on the street called Colon. As we walked southbound towards Lake Chapala, you need to keep a good eye on your feet or you could quite easily turn an ankle or even worse. Dropping into the various stores, well not stores - they're more like small units - a restaurant with three tables - a grocery store with one or two shelves, even one store that sold designer chocolates and provided tequila tasters - "what a country" as Eloy always ...
... state you do not have change, but never that you do not want to do so. Gas station attendants expect to be tipped if they perform an additional service, like washing your windows. In some cases, this is the only 'salary' they get. 23. A gift should be opened immediately after receiving it. It is expected. Except at children’s birthday parties…it is common for the child to open their presents in private. It can be considered ostentatious to ohhhh ...
... for Sunday services on the Caratarra. This was the plan and probably a little overdue for both Deborah and I as we did see a little puff of white smoke as we entered the church. From there we headed over to El Bar Co. to watch the Mexico/Netherlands match.
Steve and Cindy (from Nebraska) got there first and saved us a table - the only down side was this was a small t.v. with a not so great a ...
... on Easter Sunday. For the entire week we worked and played very hard. I am so privileged to be included in this group. The group's main objective is to cultivate talented kids who show promise and give them the experience and spark to get them energized about the their love of music. To provide a musical outlet for them and teach them how to work together toward a common goal. To ...
... Sebastian is their patron saint. Festivities had been going on since Sunday but the parade was until Monday about 4:30. Dancing Indians in fancy headdress and the statue of San Sebastian were followed by a couple of floats, Sayacos(people dressed in costume) , lots of thrown confetti and finally a band. According to local lore, the roots of the Sayacos date back to ...
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