Fiesta Inn Guadalajara Expo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Babysitting service
- Concierge desk
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... women. Then she jokes about how these girls will be poor. And to me that seems like such a tragedy. And you can see where technology is creating a schism. In the past and now having a baby is some kind of badge of honor in Mexico. There is still the attitude among women here to others like, what is wrong with you, you have no kids. I would sometimes marvel at how these women could carry a child in one arm for so long and over such great ...
Yesterday, we took another adventure to see another family of one of our students. The women who work at our hostel and the people at our school were all wishing us luck-you know it's gonna be a good one when they all say "well, it will be an adventure at least." They were right- it wasn't an easy one. The trek did not start well. The night before, a woman at out hostel set up a taxi for us at 5:30 A.M. to get us to the ...
... the growing communities on the shore. The water near the towns was often too polluted for swimming or eating the fish. None of the potential ex-pats mentioned the condition of the lake as a factor in deciding to stay and I am sure that the fancy real estate agents in the main towns would have had plenty of soothing words for any with concerns.
While stopped at Ajijic we decided to alter our route into Guadalajara to take us by the BMW Moto dealer on the way ...
... location for Lulu’s Mexico debut. The owner’s Martha and Javier were so very nice. Of course, they both took a liking to Lulu’s magnetic personality and her talented performance. They knew that Lulu would fit right in with their list very talented entertainers. After singing a small sample from her repertoire, Lulu was booked for three gigs. We returned this past Wednesday, and opened our first Mexico music gig, lake-side in, Ajijic to a ...
We go with Ro and Panos (Sophies parents) to meet Ross (Sophies brother) who has been in Mexico for 8 months teaching English and explore Guadalajara's Zona Rosa, rickety buses and tasty ice cold treats such as Raspadas - shaved ice in a cup with a syrupy, milky ...