Mis Amores Hotel-Restaurante
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... as cool by any stretch of the imagination, it came as a relief to escape the humidity and tropical temperatures of the coast. In the evening Jaime showed me around the city as we ate jicaletas (giant slabs of jicama on a stick and drizzled with the standard lime and chilli combination which all fruits are served with here). We also came across a clutter of stray cats in an overgrown abandoned space between two abandoned buildings with ...
... Malecon. We were scheduled to go to dinner with Ron & Maggie so we headed back to the casita for our 5:30 commitment. Tonight was Thai. Yes Thai - it's a newer restaurant here in Ajijic just five minutes from our casa called Taste of Thai. They apparently have a Thai chef on staff.
This place is a winner - I asked for a "grande lemonade" and I got not a large glass but a huge pitcher. I order the standard #15 - Pad Thai ...
... in some cases they may be made just to be polite without really hoping a person will accept. 26. If two or more people are having a conversation and you need to leave or want to leave, it is well looked upon to say disculpe ("excuse [me]") or permiso ("[with] permission"). 27. It is usual to greet family members and friends with a kiss on the cheek. Stick to handshakes until your host decides you rate a more intimate greeting. But don't back away from an ...
... to cheer for them but I had to do it quietly or risk the ire of the Mexicans in attendance. When the Netherlands finally took the match on a penalty kick one of our party loudly demanded that I should "die and eat $%#*", but luckily we still got a drive home. As we walked through El Bar Co there were many mexican tears flowing as their quest for the World Cup ended for them today.
... accompanied by a few of us old Gringos as we are called here in Mexico can come together to meet a common goal of an outstanding musical performance.
Thanks George for the great photos and videos!!!
Gracias a todos mis amigos musicales para una hermosa semana llena de alegría y magia. Por favor ven volver el próximo año para nuestro campamento o incluso antes. Amamos a todos.