Hostel Guadalajara Centro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I´ve enjoyed a really cracking weekend in Guadalajara, Mexico´s second city. When you arrive to Guadalajara on the bus the city is absolutely huge as you see it from the outskirts (Mexico City is much bigger than Guadalajara so I really cant imagine how large it must be). I just worked out that with this latest bus ride I have passed 2000km …
It is really hard to believe that we are celebrating our 4th day of the dead celebration here in Mexico. As the old saying goes "TIME FLIES WHEN YOU ARE HAVING FUN!". We actually began with the celebration of the US style Halloween party at our friend Joyce Lawrence's who combined a Milonga (look ...
The San Andres Festival(Saint Andrew to us) ended it's nine days of celebrating on November 30th. We were there almost every night and I took photos and videos and here are a few not in any order that I thought you might enjoy seeing. It was quite the event. Every day of the festival ...
... painting them. Working from 9 to 4 in the afternoons was a HOT job. It was a south wall and we never had any shade during the day. Chapala's lovely blue, cloudless sky didn't really help us and we had to make sure that we drank lots of water and sun-screened ourselves. Thank heavens there is no humidity here.
Three very supportive ladies, Moonyeen, Brenda and Susan N. made sure that we were nicely fed at lunchtime which keep all of us ...
After driving for 6 hours we found a very nice hotel in Ajijic. It is on a mountain and you have a great view at Laguna de Chapala. We were invited for a glass of wine by Tom and Jenn who run the hotel. They had international guest from other countries so we had a really enjoyable evening together.
Monday morning we drove to Guadalajarta with 4.5 Million the second biggest City in Mexico.