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... got away from. And I don’t think that this area has ever had any deep freezes like we have experienced in Florida. So all in all, we are in for pleasant weather.
We will keep you posted on my surgery. I feel confident that these doctors will do a fine job, and that I will be ALMOST as good as new when we are done. Until next time, may your days be blessed and filled with joy, happiness and good health.
Blessings to you all.
Lulu AL & ...
... in the middle of complete renovation. The grounds once overgrown are maintained by a staff of at least 5 gardeners. I had been communication through facebook with manager Teo who insisted we come for a visit.
The park offers cabins for rent,RV campsites, RV storage, two pools, one heated by geothermal springs from beneath the property and the other enormous pool is not heated and has ...
... br> . We have been in Mexico for just over one year and I am still confused at the local weather pattern in this area. It seems to me that they do not have the basic 4-season pattern that I grew up with in New England. I am very pleased that we do not get any snow, or “freezing cold weather”. It was a dream-come-true when I finally moved to the sunshine state of Florida. BUT, the “real” Florida ended up being a little too cold for ...
... of such a thing.
So, with so much curios anticipation, we have been waiting for this huge local fiesta called the El Seņor del Monte or The Lord of the Mount celebration that would last for ten days straight and was supposed to be the largest fiesta in town. (The history on the fiesta is at the end) Now, I have heard this song once before while attending the local Malecon craft fiesta in Joco. Someone had said that their’s was the largest ...
... rain that fell all day and all night long. It was the first time it had rained in about 2 months, and when it did rain, it would do so for only a couple of hours, and then the sun would return. So, this was the first time we got the gloomy, cool day in Mexico. The locals and the expats all say that this is unusual, so we expect the weather to return to happy very soon.
We have been trying to keep up with all the local fiestas. Nearly every ...