Villa del Angel Bed and Breakfast
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... with bacon. Everyone seemed to enjoy dinner as there wasn't much left. After dinner we put on the tunes and danced in our seats to some golden oldies from the 50's and 60's
Deb then brought out her chocolate brownies and ice cream - always a hit. I made a big jug of Tequila Squirt - it went dry so we brought out the shooters of Don Roberto Reposado Tequila to ...
... especially the eldest, no matter how long it takes. 32. Photographing military, police, or airport installations is strictly forbidden. 33. Saying "Desculpe" before asking a question of someone is a polite way of saying "Excuse me" before launching into a request for information or directions. Similarly, asking "Habla inglés" is more polite than assuming every Mexican you meet speaks English. 34. Say "con permiso" (pardon me) to get past people in a crowd. ...
... the waiting list for tennis doubles here at Vista Allegre which will hopefully help me hone my skills before my singles match with John is rescheduled.
On Monday we went to the Chapala market to pick up some vegetables. We went as a result of a courtesy ride from Jerry & Doris (from Newfoundland and Ontario and moved full time here in Ajijic). We were never introduced to them but they just drove up to the house to ask "the new guys" if ...
... the music Lalo had for us Rob of our group wrote transcriptions of the music "Tea for Two" in honor of Gustavo's new business, "Danny Boy" and our final number an all time jazz favorite "In the Mood". The crowd filled the small venue and spilled out into the street and also out into the small park across the street. After we finished our second set Tango dancers organized ...
... eager to learn. The Ajijic community has been great and opened their arms and pocketbooks to this group although there is never enough. Wednesday night's well attended concert shows that to be a fact. The audience also got a lot in return. Orchestra members Juan Pablo Medeles (violin 18 years of age) and Rodrigo Leal (piano 17 years of age) wowed the the crowd in the concert with Mozart's "Concerto ...