Rosa Morada Tlaquepaque
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... Laura was draped in white. There was much laughter about the words that relayed how Mexico and Australia were now brought together by this romance. Meanwhile, drink waiters distributed red sparkling wine, beer, tequila (with a squirt) and traditional sweetened rice water. We sampled them all, and relieved to find that "a squirt" referred to the lemon mixer, not the dilution!
Dinner was tacos made on the spot (right from the dough stage) by 3 staff manning ...
... you enjoy them. I decided to paste a little history about the Virgin Lady of Guadalupe so you can get a background on why this is such an important event in Mexico. This day also begins the Christmas Posadas and holidays that will go on now until the end of the month. So with one celebration , comes another.
Day of Guadalupe
... home. Live with all the age groups - getting wings is best with living life to its fullest. We had a great time - so did the neighbor.
In between the "dancers" a great New Orleans style jazz band - the pictures just didn't turn out the same way - it was just a bunch of guys playing music and people dancing - what can I say. I think you will enjoy the ones I ...
... finished and very often it will be done that afternoon!! Every two blocks has a "convenience store" - neighbor sells to neighbor - except for the cell phone this is a very local economy - the global economy is not here yet.
We have a great time and I hope you enjoy the pics - we go back to a restaurant at Chapala - then the Centro of Guadalajara and Tlaquepaque - a great eating and shopping area. ...
... worked for but it still has the same name.
So, after our uneventful flight to Guadalajara, we settled into our new home-for-a-week with a pleasant lady called Claudia. The following day, we woke up to the sound of a carillon playing Ave Mari. After our breakfast of fresh juice, beans, eggs, a bun, and Nescafe coffee, we headed off to school to start our four hours of one-on-one private lessons. We each have 2 hours of conversational spanish and then change teachers for two ...