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Yesterday morning I would have bet the Globos (hot air balloon event) would have been canceled. It is very windy and two tropical storms seem to want to make Ajijic their meeting place but "THE SHOW MUST GO ON" was the motto for the day.
Globos (balloons) teams have been working furiously for ...
Today was my day out with the girls, leaving Bob to fend for himself in any activity that he could find. Our day started at 2:00 p.m. with eight of the local expat ladies. We loaded ourselves into two cars and headed off to one of the restaurants on the north side of the Caraterra up into the hills called El Risco in Piedra.
It seemed to be a new restaurant and overlooked the lake complete with a palapa roof. The view was outstanding of Lake Chapala with ...
Hi to everyone!
We thought that we would put a few pictures together for you so you can see what it is like at the Tepehua Community Centre - the WALL, the kids and the building. It is a pretty dusty and dry area at this time of the year. The mural will look like jewels in the mountains during the dry season. It will certainly brighten up a spot in this very poor area.
We also took some photos of the Monte Carlo hotel in Chapala for the mural volunteers to look ...
“Hola Pedro! Como estas?”
“Que bueno. Que bueno. Paz . Paz”.
His burro, Vino Blanco, is
As white and bright as C******nay,
Although with hooves of cherry fizz
And eyebrows red as Beaujolais.
Is that his rig I see? Aha!
A beatific burro cart,
A surrey fringed in peau de soie,
Conveyance for a happy heart.
She pulls her master down the street,
... now, am being present, and am feeling good. Had a great day today, including an amazing run. I have big plans for the next several days (including running the marathon!), but everything's still unfolding. Will update from Ecuador next week, and Peru the week after, and then it will be over. Just like Guadalajara, my time in these places aren't much about traveling... more about people actually, but I'm excited for it, if not entirely ...