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... they have no rims for my bike. No problem they said (they always say that), they can heat it up and bang it back into place. When they removed the tire to do this we also noticed a slight crack running along the center of the rim. No problem they said, we can solder some aluminum to the crack and fix that too. Ok, let's do it! I couldn't ride very far on that front rim and tire as is. I had made an appointment at the BMW dealer in Guadalajara to get the electrical ...
... need a taxi, do you
want to buy tequila, did you eat yet, and on and on and on. This went on the
entire time we walked around the touristy section of PV.
The funny part was when we walked over to the Mexican section of town, away from the tourist/sight seeing section. Some outsider’s would probably feel uncomfortable because it
was nothing like the section of town we were just in. We were obviously the
only white people ...
... man asked, as he saw me grab them from the fridge, and I nodded. “Corona ees better.” He said under his breath, as he walked past us to the checkout counter. Joanna and I exchanged a look of confusion after his unwarranted comment.
“This bus is much nicer than I imagined.” Joanna remarked, after we sat down in an air conditioned bus that was comparable to a cheap version of a Coach bus. “I guess I was expecting to see ...
... country any money because the inmates must work every day to pay for their time there – he said they make souvenirs, they paint, etc.
Our guide was Raul… who was hilarious and fantastic! He was the perfect guide because he told you just the facts, was funny, and moved on to the next subject quickly so we didn’t get bored. He explained the production of the blue agave tequila in detail. The factory we went to first ...
... day. Eligio moved away but last year Rigoberta took us to his house so we could meet his wife and little girl Kenya and showed us around El Pittilal where he lives. This year the three of them took us to a hot springs for a day and cooked us a delicious lunch on the grill there. It was a local spot, no other tourists there so really a treat for us! We all enjoyed relaxing in the hot springs with the crystal clear warm water.
Most days we hung around ...