Casa Grande Aeropuerto Hotel and Centro de Negocios
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... all our routes picked out to head down to the Yucatan, but since Mexico will not be closing down that section, then it can wait. We plan to stick it out here in Jocotepec.
Spending the winter in Joco is nothing new to us. We have spent some winter month here, so we know that although we will not be getting beach weather, we will still get many 70 and 80 degree days, and few 50 & 60’s. It still beats New England cold and snow. Sorry, but that is ...
... It was good nothing was going on today with all the people because I was certainly busy. Yesterday my stomach was making gurgling sounds but it passed. This morning I had a situation. Woke up, ran to the bathroom, took a shower and waited. Repeated in one hour. Again in two hours. Once more in two hours and it was done. I was fortunate to be in my room with toilet and shower handy. No accidents. Enough of this. I still had my free breakfast and a beer with ...
... We visit the miniscule market and main plaza, as well as walk all along the Malecón. Most surprising to us is the lake level. From the Malecón to the water must be a hundred yards. We were told that the lake levels have dropped considerably leaving the lakeside promenade high and dry. It is a strange sight, and not all that appealing.
We continue on to Ajijic. It’s a strange town with ...
... some hula hoops, and others shiny disks. Human pyramids of these kids is the highlight of these parades with the highest ones getting the most applause. Bands and floats are in every parade in Mexico. The parade is always followed up by dancing horses. One band must have gotten in line late because they were BEHIND the horses ...
... in a basalt bowl with 3 legs
Ocotlan - beautiful stained glass ceiling
La Barca - murals in an old house
Sahuayo - traditional leather sandals (Huaraches) made here
Petitan - pelicans feeding and fish processing plant