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... time zone difference, so we arrived at roughly 5 AM and were very tired. Our hotel was nice enough to let us check in at 7 AM and we had to take a 2 hour nap before setting out to see the city. Our hotel was located in downtown in a convenient location and close to everything. It was within walking distance to all the main squares and cultural sites. There were a lot of shops in this area, but the shopping was not what ...
... through without the
distractions; I am not in a hurry all the time and I don’t care if someone is
late or a no show. If he doesn’t care, why should I? My worrying or
frustrations has never influenced that other person and they never felt my
stress or could care less about how I felt. I think these Mexicans have
something good going. I think that God had this all planned out for me. My
type-A personality would probably end ...
... knowing how long the journey would take, 45/50 minutes more or less... wow, long. The taxi driver loved us, and appreciated the hugs he was receiving from Vicky thanks to three people being sat on the front seat. This was the first of many hilarious taxi journeys within Guadalajara... and all consisted of big and powerful sing-a-longs. By the time we arrived it was almost midnight and we were all pretty tired so we sat, ...
... little swimming in Lake Chapala and just walks in the nice cool evening.
Tomorrow morning is our Mother's Day Celebration at the Club House. The men are cooking Pancakes, Eggs and Bacon with some sweets for dessert which starts at 11:00 tomorrow.
I'll keep you posted and Tom....I'm working on that Organization Chart for all the locals here just so you'll know who's who.
Again, thanks for reading and stay turned for further updates.
... of course, Noche Buena — Christmas Eve — when one of the most festive dinners of the year is served. A Mexican Christmas dinner is abundant and varied, with foods that range from tamales to turkey and tejocotes, avocados, mandarins, pomegranates and a tiny banana called a Dominica.
For nine days before Christmas, friends and neighbors get together for posadas ...