Fiesta Americana Grand Guadalajara Country Club
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... two Mexican guys - Brandon and Chris. Chris is a friend of Brandon who joined the little trip to the airport. The drive took 45 minutes and I was really happy that I did not have to take a taxi on my very first day in Mexico ;)
In the car they informed about the plan for today. Firstly we would go home to sleep. That was great news that I welcomed very much^^
A few hours later we went to a volleyball game of Brandon, where his team had a game as part of the league. Afterwards ...
... with the only thing left of Jason Sausage and Chips – noooooooo! Most of the times I’d gone out for a nice meal had ended up in disappointment, or slappy beans, rubbery cheese and chicharron (pig skin). Nothing worse than treating yourself to probable illness!
After that, tried getting the bus back where Elizabeth had told me to get off at the big pharmacy and Walmart. Unfortunately on that road there were three of the pharmacies and two ...
... for any RV so take it slow and on your way out watch out for low hanging branches which I'm going to report back to Teo.
Got back into Ajijic midday Monday and RV is back in storage until the next adventure.
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... were not in the equation. I'll definitely remember this for the return trip. To all of you here in El Dorado, to all of you in Ajijic that we met during our travels - Deb and I would like to thank you from the bottom of our heart for opening our eyes to a new way of life here in Mexico. We are very sad to leave our new friends, but we will be back. Thank you very much for all your hospitality and friendship! Bob & Deborah ...
... Dee. I just can keep up with this pace down here - these retired people sure keep busy but with no real schedule or time lines to adhere to.
We've been asked to join the book club, tai chi, tennis, yoga clubs - people have asked me to play a card game called Mexican train, it seems to never stop. We've been here five days and we know about 10 times more people here then we do back in our neighbourhood in Abbotsford.