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... but apparently not in Mexico. So everyone hangs out in the street at the parents house until 1am. That's when I left. I'm sure they were there long after that because someone just made a beer run. Tomorrow's the quinciniera, Sunday y a grand fiesta at a nearby ranch and Monday the pyramids. I don't know what all that means but I'll find out, whether I want to or not. It's beddy-bye time for this Gringo. Adios, mis ...
... going to take to fit in a hand luggage sized suitcase :)
I am in the process of getting the last of my laundry done and figuring out what to take. One side of my suitcase will be full of warm weather stuff and the other side cold weather stuff. Well that is the plan right now but we shall see how that works out.
Today's fun find has been a packing list app! I am very excited about it as there ...
Last night "'NEITHER WIND NOR RAIN" could dampen the spirits of the Ajijic community. Although most of the Expats stayed home snuggled in their homes not so for the Mexicans. All the festivities went on as planned. The Mariachi played,the Ballet Folklorico danced, Speakers called out the "El Grito" (The Cry) ...
... gated communities.
4. A 1950's feel about the people and their community.
5. The medical care is extraordinary.
6. Cab fare is amazingly cheap as well as bus fares.
7. That Guadalajara is 35 minutes away with an airport and shopping.
8. The weekly markets in Ajijic and Chapala.
9. The restaurants in town offer a great variety of foods at exceptional prices !
10. The low cost of living.
TOP TEN REASONS NOT TO BE ...
... since we have been serving the area, they have not put any Graffiti on our white wall, at the back, yes...but not the white front where our Logo of the eagle is. We would like to bring this pride to Tepehua, ...