Aurea Hotel And Suites
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... for us to cover ourselves in mud!
After drying off in the sun we took one last muddy bath then showered off for the temazcal. The mud built hut is a circular dome in shape with a mound of aromatic plants and herbs in the centre and is just like a sauna. Feeling totally relaxed and pampered we made our way home and I spent the next few days just chilling out at Janice's....and working on the obligatory jigsaw puzzle of course :)
... camera in hand. To help with my Spanish I bought a little book and now write words I don't know or sentences I want to know. Then when I get back to the hostel I sort it out, genius I know. I arrived back at the hostel to meet a bunch of super friendly people. Tom from nz and few others that I don't quite remember. I sat there for a good hour with each person 1 by 1 getting to know them each with a story each with a ...
... birthday, so stopped off at a shopping mall to give him his present, and stayed in the restaurant with the whole family for a little bit. One of the birthday traditions there is to slam the kids faces down in to the cake when they blow to make a wish – fantastic stuff, and something that definitely needs to be incorporated back home!
Family is really important in Mexico. Sometimes the families are quite large, but they often like to get together on a ...
... on the beaches. We are not leaving because we do not like the area. In fact, we absolutely love this place.
The RV Park is great, the owners are very nice, we have awesome neighbors (all 6 of them), the town is nice and the lakeside towns are gorgeous. Our financial situation has been good. We spent the same amount last month, that we did the month before. We have been living in Mexico for around $1,500 USD a month. That is for the two of us and includes ...
... the case for Deb & I) and started up with Susan who was there before us. Susan was nice girl, moved on her own from Denver and she's been here two years with what appeared to be a ton of medical conditions. Albeit, she offered us a drive back to the house on our return to Ajijic, so I could avoid the pack mule thing back up the hill with the Costco food.
The bus trip was great (Terry next door gave us his ...