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 ...
... morning. Fresh and folded, all I have to do is put them away.
These are just a few things that I do in my every day. They are simple things that have to be done but in the end they get done. It is a simpler way of living here. Time slows down, with little regard to punctuality. People work hard and most things are done manually. They know work is necessary to live but it is not the central focus of their lives. And that is one reason I like it ...
... Ajijic and goes directly to Guadalajara where all the passengers have the option of shopping at Price Costco, Sam's Club and the large retail mall. For $400P or $32.00 it will give Deb and I the opportunity to see what foods are available in these large box stores and get the chance to meet some other Gringo's who are local.
From there we went to Restaurant Jardin, near the square in Ajijic for some lunch - both Deb and I had cheesburgers, fries and ...
... nonetheless. The final match even showcased a wrestler that appeared to be a small child of one of the wrestlers! we were convinced that this was so until the "child" got involved and was even dropped from quite a height (albeit onto the soft crashmats). We could not agree to whether this was really a child, so we moved on for more beers...and a couple of bottles of very, very cheap mezcal. This is roughly where the night got messy. Now ...