Casa Grande Aeropuerto Hotel and Centro de Negocios
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... to keep up with the Spanish commentary and games, but still enjoyed the journey. After a couple of hours we reached our destination, which oddly enough wasn't the town of Tequila but instead the nearby Amatitan. Amatitan is in the tequila making designated area and the Herradura factory we'd be visiting is one of the most famous, but it was still a little disappointing not the visit the actual town! Once off the train we were treated to a tour of the factory, ...
... and then drinks at two different jazz bars.
I was up early the next day to go on my Tequila tour, and we arrived at the Tres Mujeres tequila farm at around 10am. Our tour guide, along with the main man Don Rafita, took us around ...
Another ride through the mountains of Mexico and let me tell you I have been very impressed! The quality of the roads have been good and the views have been amazing. The winding, curvy road this time took us to Ameca where we stopped and had lunch. It's a nice town with a beautiful church. We then took off to our final destination, Ajijac, a town on the biggest lake in Mexico (Laguna de Chapala). Tom had ...
... the mountain. No issue here at El Dorado, we have the main condominium unit blocking the debris should this happen here.
We are off today with Kristine next door for some real estate tours of different "gated" communities here in Ajijic. Hopefully this will give us a little better flavour of some of the developments here in the area, given that we're likely already prejudiced to El Dorado.
The caring community of Ajijic came together last evening for a fund raiser for an ailing Ajijic resident. The well attended afternoon/evening event included local food, music, dancers, artists, vendors(who donated auction items) and drinks. Residents of the area graciously volunteered their time and ...