Hampton Inn by Hilton Guadalajara-Aeropuerto
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... a few pills against a sore throat. We stocked up on our beer supply, because we were going to get drunk tonight :D We had a short stop in Chapala city and had a look around the 'docks’, where we wanted to explore a little more but decided it was too hot outside to do so. So all we did was take some pictures and I threw a round of helado. Helado stands for ice-cream, but what we had was some traditional ice-cream that did ...
... and hollering. Of course, they were laughing and pointing but I got, "A cerveza for you!" Out of it.
This continued close to dark before the last of us piled onto the bus for the hour ride back to the house. I left immediately since I wanted to post yesterday's photos on the blog. It was difficult to catch a taxi this evening but after 20 minutes, I got one. 80 pesos to the hotel and that's good since at night ...
... at this time of night as most of the businesses have already closed and the streets are poorly lit. All we come across are noisy bars from where deafening rock music emanates. Obviously it's time to dance the night away for locals, but not for our weary bones. I’m afraid we have to make do with a pre-packed sandwich from the local OXXO store.
... had a large one constructed just outside the family liquor store complete with pictures of deceased, musical instruments, video, candles and family mementos. My friend Jose had a memorial just outside his store to late and great, not to be forgotten Divine! Members of the Medeles family many whom I play with in the Ajijic Orchestra were painting faces ...
... you can easily change the 'map options' to see where the island is.
Once we arrived in Mezcala, we went to their new malecon and arranged for a boat to take us to the island for about $300 pesos. Five years ago, Chris and I visited Mezcala and were enchanted by the stories of the history of the island and were excited to be going back to see it once again.
In the early 1800's, a small group of Mexican rebels on Mezcala Island, held off the Spanish army and navy ...