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... and countless free loving playful pitbulls. My excitement leaped to a very familiar place when I spotted a jungle to the right, home to many bungalows, the exact ones I had always imagined in my mind. Hammocks, surf boards, exotic foilage, reptiles, dried palm tree roofs, all surrounded by sandy walkways. Spotting more pitties, Alina's excitement was slightly overcome with guilt as thought of Jada Bean stuck in that icy -40 city!!
... dinner, drinks and tip included.
Its all good
Before the Christmas season "officially" begins on December 16, day when the first Posada takes place, Mexicans join together for the festivities of La Virgen de Guadalupe, Our Lady of Guadalupe, on December 12. This is one of the most important dates in the Mexican calendar.
On this date, thousands of the faithful to Our Lady of Guadalupe, from all over ...
... and reading all of the books I had planned on reading in the summer and didn’t. I had hauled them, and way too much other stuff I ended up with that last night in Calgary, to Mexico, and dammit – I was going to get them read. I also had HBO and movie channels, something I have never had access to in many years. I have to say it was one of the most relaxing and enjoyable weeks in memory: I read four and a half ...
It was a random weekday morning, Tuesday or Wednesday I think, and I was walking back from Spanish class and nearing the Modelorama (the Canadian equivalent would be a Labattarama) when I passed a somewhat unsavory-looking fellow leaning against a truck. He was tipping back one of those giant 750 ml beers Mexicans drink when they want the last few sips to taste like a A-Rod's cousin's "good" urine. That song, you know, the one they play in ...
With no new guests since our last entry, the weather getting hotter all the time and our essential lack of ambition it has been a pretty quiet couple of weeks. How's that for an opening hook? Bet you can't wait for what comes next. It gets better. I'm going to share some of the more truly mundane ("it is mundane, I know, it's great") odds and ends of staying in La Penita. Oh yeah, I should also warn you that I just finished reading Catcher in the Rye again and ...