Del Marques Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... doesn't leave until 1 so I hang out with mi amigos on the street for an hour, reminiscing of the night before. The beer is already flowing but it's agua this hombre. We board the bus with ac and start our journey to somewhere. We'll see.
We leave the city and head towards Chapala, past the airport to a small town out in the country. It is here that Richard, a neighbor of the family, has a ranch with a ...
... I have a feeling that we will revisit this area before we depart.
Guadalajara is Mexico’s second largest city with a population of 4.3 million, which makes it really large! It’s located at an altitude of 5,000 ft (1,500 mts), almost exactly the same as Guatemala City, bestowing a Spring-like climate. The historic centre is a handsome area of ...
... level and thoughts were being controlled by SOMEONE
else’s way of life. Isn’t that ridiculous? Why am I getting stressed out over
the way someone else runs their life?
After being in Mexico
for one year, I have found myself not being so concerned about time. I can be
late for something and not worry about it. The Mexicans will not judge me for
being late. I don’t expect other people to be on time, ...
... lock changes and the like.
The wind has picked up and we hear thunder in the background so we might be in for a little storm tonight. Hopefully I can get a little video of this as you won't believe it. Beyond that, it'll be a quiet night here in the casa - Survivor on tv and then off to bed after the news. I've scheduled a round of golf here at the Atlas Golf & Country Club which apparently is one of ...
... foot, in the drizzle. Chuckling re Keith with his city map out. To the Governor's Palace re the murals of Orozco. Into the main cathedral. After Peter and I discussed rums, we stopped where there were old fashioned typewriters: many people cannot properly read or write and they sometimes need help filling in government forms, individuals providing this service. We walked as far as a building that was originally an orphanage. I had a quick look inside the ...