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... bender (and believe me, if they had one they'd REALLY have a traffic jam). To top that off, two-wheelers don't stop for anything (most of the time); men, boys, girls (usually on scooters), with or without children aboard (and four on a vehicle) shuffle on by stopped vehicles and roll right through stop signs and red lights, right in front of the cops! Everyone is okay with this. Also, vehicles usually give pedestrians the right of ...
... In the stadium I was also introduced to the first beer that the locals considered good, because in their opinion Corona, which is very popular in Europe, doesn't taste very good. So I had some Pacifico. Tastes nothing like German beer, but it was okay I guess. In the stadium I was also fascinated about all the little traditional snacks that were served by people walking through the stands. A few I got to taste from the others that had bought them. One was very simple: A plastic ...
... and over cobblestones is not part of therapy, and only
made things worse. In the past, the pain subsides after a couple of months, and
usually the pain is not too bad, but this time, my sciatica pain is intense and
runs down both legs. I feel like an old man and can barely walk, making any
I consulted with a
neurosurgeon in Guadalajara who
looked at my MRI’s and told me that I would need surgery to help ...
... but a bit too costly to take a trip out on it. In the end I just took a siesta on a park bench, then went for some amazing food which was served in a giant goblet the size of my head, before then taking the bus back (via probably a world record of speed bumps – I know I’ve already complained in detail about them, but in Guadalajara in particular, what’s the neeeeeeeeeed?! It’s not as though cars can go extremely fast and slam it down ...
... Lulud". The people there were happy with what they saw and promised to return on Lulu's first night in Mexico. We are looking forward to sharing Lulu's talent with the folks that have made this part of the world their home. I think that they will be happy.
So, if you are in town, please drop by La Bodega in Ajijic on Wednesday , October 24 and Tuesday's November 13 & 20th at 7:30pm. And don't forget to bring your dancing ...