Aurea Hotel And Suites
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bread than me. This is then drowned in sauce, Chili sauce of course. I took it easy again and decided to go with three quarters 'normal' sauce and one quarter chili sauce. It was pretty hot anyways, but I had earned some respect with the locals with that little stunt, not too bad for a first timer :D It was very delicious by the way.
Afterwards we went shopping for some jerseys, because a local soccer team had a game today that we would attend. I also bought a new power ...
... br> practice, since they find it easier to get out of the situation, and usually
only costs $10 or $20 US.
The end of my
story was that the officer returned my license without any further
incident. No ticket, no bribe and no
hard feelings. He even shook my hand as he said “adios”. Now I will have to
research the Mexican law to see what it says about tinted windows, so at least
I really know what I am talking about.
... was just and still is, while I wait on insurance, to live as cheap as possible.
The next day, the family offered to take me on another day trip out to (World Heritage Site) Tequila. I guess in my head, my visit to Tequila was going to be a debauched bar crawl, likely to end in some mental story… or more probable… vomit. In reality, it was nothing like that. Elizabeth’s family didn’t drink, so out of respect, and not wanting to just ...
Our Friends Isabel and Joel two of the hardest working people I know along with their four beautiful children celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversay yesterday and George and I were lucky to be invited to the grand Fiesta. The Celebration began at the old church on the plaza and where Isabell and Joel renewed their wedding vows. Then over to the Hotel Italo where ...
... had brought down a suitcase filled with materials to make about 24 small rod puppets and did not plan on returning to Canada with our suitcase still filled with air drying clay, feathers and flotsam. It would make a lot more sense to return to Canada with lots of cute Mexican baby clothes for our future granddaughter!
Antonio arranged for us to meet Isabel, a psychologist who works with several disadvantaged children in the Chapala ...