Casa Grande Aeropuerto Hotel and Centro de Negocios
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... sampling tour. By the time we all got back on the bus, the group was a lot happier and talkative. It was a little bus party all the way back to Guadalajara...and lucha libre! Well, it was for the first hour, and then the gridlocked traffic slowed things down, and soon people were off napping. The ride back was painfully slow, and the sun was getting lower. It was clear that we wouldn't make the start of the lucha libre tournament...but ...
... that they would replace the tires free of charge at ANY authorized U.S. retailer, which was at least a two day drive away. And, sorry, but the same FREE replacement service does not apply in Mexico.
It took several phone calls and emails to get a decision from BF Goodrich. I was allowed to take the tires and get the replacement done at a BF Goodrich dealer in Mexico, as long as the retailer would call the U.S. office and verify the recalled tires were ...
I don't know where to start today, plus it's a little tough to top yesterday's announcement of Hannah's arrival. I can't tell you how I feel now that she has entered my life.
Well, it's Monday here in Ajijic and the plan is to head down for breakfast to Cafe Negro and then onto Chapala for the first time. I've said this before, but it's quicker for us to get to the Caraterra (the main road ...
... market (tianguis), a grocery store, a pharmacy, the movie theatres and a place where we can continue to take Spanish lessons once or twice a week. It is a lovely neighbourhood, with horses parked outside of people's homes, a good view of the mountains and capilla, and a bit of a view of the lake through the trees from the beautiful rooftop patio.
The house is great. It is ...
... day and events began at 11pm this evening, starting with a speech from the mayor and fireworks. The mayor did well to gear everyone up for the night considering the rain had started to bucket down. By this point we were already tipsy after some ninja rums and some more rum and after that even more rum. There were quite a few people at the hostel by now and we all headed out. We were taken to 2 bars in the end that none of us liked at all, so ended ...