Los Artistas B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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My new friend Dixie (who loved living in San Cristobal, Chiapas) took me along on two buses to the Lucky Dog rescue and adoption center outside of Chapala. They have a maximum of 27 dogs and they are at capacity. We arrive and all the dogs are in their pens and going berserk because we are here. We need to get the potty trained dogs out first so they can pee pee and poo poo. All the while all the other dogs are barking like ...
... four little ponies tied to a stake and topped by thrilled young children.
The place was hopping with the street vendors offering fried bananas, roasted cacahuates (nuts), ice-cream bars and an array of jewelry and crafts. Young Mexicans strutted their stuff in groups of four ...
... the middle of Deb's head.
When Steve went to get the truck the street out front was like a mini river. All the water flows quickly from the mountains behind Ajijic and heads downhill to Lake Chapala. It's common for you to have to take off your shoes to navigate the flow. A short visit with S&C before heading home just to beat the next thunderbanger.
Again, to all of you who read these things - thanks for taking the time and we'll see ya'll soon.
... treated to burgers, dogs, chili, potato and best of all apple pie.
There was a band, swimming pool and a tour of the hacienda but when the darkest clouds came over the mountains it was just the right excuse to make a quick exit. We headed to the SUV and made our way to J&C's house for a game of Mexican Train with Ron and Maggie - our newest friends from Grand Bend, Ontario. They're in the casita just two doors down the hill.
... 50 Pesos instead of $1.50 CAN$. We filled up our cart with a total of $3,350 Pesos or about $315.00 US and headed back to the house. It's a little sticker shock if you don't do the conversion as some of those big screen tv's were marked at $65,000 Peso's. Electronics are not a good deal in Mexico.
From there we headed back home to get ready for dinner at Eloy and Ginger's to watch U.S. in the World Cup. It was there that we got to see Don and ...