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Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... beans from peruana beans--a pale colored legume from Peru.
Every time we ate we had a cooking lesson! I'm watching and typing notes and trying to remember it all as we're laughing and eating til we bust.
That afternoon Bob & I took the double decker red bus city tour but really, it was kind of lame. We got off in Tlaquepaque to change buses for Tonalá but as it turned out they only gave us 30 minutes to wander the town and find our treasures.
... on gas and I don’t bug out
over worrying about what SOMEONE ELSE will
think of me if I am late. Even though I always had low blood pressure and never
really felt stressed, but deep down inside, I would constantly worry. And
usually it was for no reason, because whatever I would worry about would never
A Type-B personality is almost a complete opposite of the Type A. They are
usually relaxed and have ...
... Que miedo.
We then finished our trip to Tequila in a restaurant with a beautiful view. Wow. The mountains and the fields in the distance all appeared to be the blue colour of the agave which gives the town its history and its name. Stunning.
During the night we went to Maribel's cousin's house where we all stayed for the rest of the weekend, and enjoyed a bottle of Captain Morgan's ...
... specialized in cooking beef, lamb, pork and sausage on pieces of rebar stuck into a big fire pit that's located at the front of the restaurant. With Deb just getting better over her recent stomach disorder, it was very interesting to watch her face as we took our seats.
The cervesa was great, the meat was great but that was it - no other options, apparently this place is only open for Saturday and Sunday and only until they run out of meat. I guess ...
Since we arrived in Ajijic, there have been three big festivals and several smaller ones. The festival for the Patron Saint of Ajijic was just finishing up when we got here, the Virgin of Guadalupe Day was celebrated with pretty little shrines in the streets and of course fireworks on castillos, the 9 days of posadas and pinatas before Christmas, and last night was Christmas Eve, a night ...