Hotel Boutique San Felipe El Real
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Our days in Mexico are numbered. We checked out of the country on Monday and are now waiting for a high pressure cell to work it's way a bit south in order to give us a good push out the door as we head southwest to Hiva Oa in the Marquesas Island group. You might recall some problems that we encountered last year with our buddy, Jaws, ...
... in. He gave El Bombero his tip as we were driving to the airport. Peter had never heard of Whitney Houston but had seen Dolly Parton in concert. David did not like the extent of the coverage of the death of Michael Jackson. 1144 Dizzy was playing, followed by Sealed With A Kiss. Alan is still so so. This city--and Mexico generally--has more than its fair share of churches. En route, sellers of gum and candy apples seen, even a fire juggler at a red light. ...
... actually a hamburger at all.
The hotel in Meoqui was older, needed an update for sure but was a positive sight in an area where there are nothing but ****** options. Being sleepy-eyed we needed the rest. Unhappily I did not get any. Instead I spent the night watching a Sylvester Stallone prison movie over and over again while suffering between stomach cramps and running to the bathroom.
I did not venture into ...
What a wonderful Christmas Day! We started out at Anna Bananas for live music and brunch. Brunch was HUGE - fresh fruit, waffles, sausage, ham, Mexican eggs, hash browns and a roll. Ohy was I full!
And you can't beat the music here. It started with Bill playing classical guitar, followed by Zoe and Al, followed by Willie and Billy. Then they all played again. Four wonderful hours of great music and friends floating in and out of Anna's.
After that, we went to Punta de ...
What a lovely first day. I met my mother's friend, Bernard and his cat Chouchou. Bernard is a wonderful artist. You will see some of his work on my mother's pool house wall. We spent the afternoon chatting and grocery shopping, then went home to cook.
Mom and I decided to have Bernard over for dinner and make chili rellenos. I stupidly cleaned them out bare-handed and somehow managed to touch my lip. FIRE! I also must have scratched my hand ...