Camino Real Guadalajara Expo
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And so my time in Mexico comes to an end this January 2, 2015. I lived almost a whole year of my life in this exotic land with the 8 months from May 13, 2014 to Jan 2, 2015 and the three and a half months I spent here from mid September to late December of 2009. Mexico is a land of beautiful people, tasty foods and scenic vistas. During my time in Mexico in 2014 and earlier in 2009 I managed to visit 11 Mexican cities including: Los Reyes, ...
We cooked pork, tortas and salsa dip Pork fillets were marinated in lime and orange juice for halfa an hour. Pork was the cooked in pan and the juices were cooked separately until golden then used as a sauce at end. The pork fillets were thin. Used 3 limes and 1 orange. Limes are used for everything here, very nice. The salsa dip included tomato, onions and spinach. Cut tomatoes in half and same with ...
... There are a lot of sites around the centre of Guadalajara, including the Cathedral which is identified by it's twin, yellow and blue spires. Next to the Cathedral is the Palacio del Gobierno, which houses a a history museum about the city including a room dedicated to tequila, and two murals depicting scenes from the revolution. After visiting the governmental palace, I went to the museo regional historico, where the history ...
... to him. So, we volunteered to locate Dimitar and get word back to our friend in the U.S. Dimitar is a Bulgarian born artist that is well known in this artistic village of Ajijic, so finding his home was not a problem. We spoke with him at his home near the Casa del Waffles and took his photo. Dimitar had a complex past. He had been drafted in to the German Army when his country was invaded during World War 2, and later attended college in Bulgaria. He ...
... great weather for their Mexican holiday.
We were a little worried about the preparation of the Wall for the Tepehua Mural project. The rains started right when the men had a load of sand delivered for resurfacing the wall. Carlos told us that when he got there, the rivers of water were taking the sand down the mountain, away from the work site. It all ended well though and the wall has been resurfaced and ready for Step Two - priming/sealing. We are not ...