Fiesta Americana Guadalajara
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... few. He also composes, arranges and transcribes music for orchestras and for our sax quartet. When asked to join him in his efforts to raise money we stepped right up and volunteered our services. The quartet consists of Rick Jasper plays lead Alto, Me second Alto, Dave Brown Tenor and Mike Leisenbach Baritone saxophone. The filled to capacity crowd ...
... Cuernevaca, Puerta Vallarta, Cancun, Acapulco, Guadalajara, Mexico City, Manzanilla and Uruapan. But in my humble opinion Mexico could be so much more to so many. Its resources, its food production, its natural gas and oil reserves, its diverse culture and burgeoning people and its tourism potential. It's all here, but the people need to collectively awake from their pacifist slumber. They need to embrace education more. They need to take charge ...
... city and area is dated even further back to prehistoric times, starting with the almost complete skeleton of a mamouth. The next stop, my favourite, was a museum called, Instituto Cultural Cabanas, housed in a beautiful building of courtyards and arched doorways. The prize piece is a mural spanning the walls and ceiling of one the halls. In the rest of the museum, there are several temporary modern art exhibitions, including ...
... a great job!!
The folklore dancers appeared to be learning their way to the top.And they did a great job. The announcers did not have a very good system to work with, but, if they did, they would have needed to brush up on their script. It was ad-libed for the most part. Again, they did a great job.
Now the charro horses and riders were a completely different story. These folks knew what they were ...
... Mirador tonight for wine.
It seems that so many of the local Gringo's from NOB seem to like the June, July and August timelines here in Ajijic despite the fact that it's the "rainy season" - they say that it makes it like Ireland, everything turns an amazing shade of green and all the flowers are in full bloom. It apparently doesn't impact any of their day-time activities because it rains ...