Crowne Plaza Guadalajara
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... I want more for you, why don't you want more for you? No one in leadership wants to hear that here though. And when I look around I see happy people content with their lives. In the United States we push and push for perfection and more. Caught in the cycle of seeking perfection that no one can ever truly obtain do we lose the ability to feel happiness? And if so might we concede that the Mexicans have it right after all?
I think not. To ...
... names but he was cool guy from Puerto Rico. Class went for an hour an half, so yeah I was pretty tired after it haha. A post salsa swim was obviously needed followed by some pretty good pork tacos and a kawarma from down the road. Kawarma is a big beer, like a long neck. After a quick dinner and beer we proceeded to hit up the Mayan pub, just down the road from us. We played pool all night and talked ****. Pretty fun actually. There is another Australian ...
Although the lake is the largest in Mexico in surface area, it is relatively shallow. Along the north shore, suburbs of new villas were growing, many in gated communities clustered along the main road cheek by jowl with the original villages. The dwellings ranged from modest condominiums to palatial haciendas with prices ranging from about $US80,000 to over $US500,000. We found a hotel in the old centre of the town of Ajijic (Ah he hic) down a ...
... places to breakfast is a new restaurant named Rustica. It is located on the north side Carretera (main highway) that runs from Jocotepec clear through to Chapala and just 2 blocks from our house. Every bit of traffic going east or west is funneled through our village since a portion of the Sierra Madre Mountains blocks the north and Lake Chapala the south. The restaurant has huge folding windows that when open puts you ...
Dwa miesiace przygody po 3 krajach: Peru, Boliwii i Ekwadorze byly wystarczajace! Tysiace przejechanych kilometrow i mnostwo pieknych widokow zostalo uwiecznionych na ok 3000 zdjec. W 66 dni udalo nam sie przezyc troche nowych przygod, zawrzec kilka nowych znajomosci i kupic 30kg pamiatek:) Wiele sie dzialo i trudno jest podsumowac caly wyjazd. Jedno jest pewne - bylo warto:) I co wiecej nalezalo nam sie. Ostatnie dwa lata daly ...