Hampton Inn by Hilton Guadalajara-Aeropuerto
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... otherwise it's not really tequila...like champagne, or chianti. We visited a few more estates, and then were let loose in the main square of Tequila. It was a charming little village, complete with church and many statues dedicated to its life-blood. We stopped into Mundo de Cuervo (Cuervo World), where we got to see where college debauchery was birthed. It featured a giant black crow - Cuervo's symbol - and a nice little bar to take ...
... they did some jaw-dropping stunts. I am guessing that these folks do this stuff all the time. The horses were so well trained and did things I had never seen done before.
They did a great job at an event that was geared to entertain the gringos. And we loved it. We were so glad we went and I would recommend it to anyone that has never seen such an event. It was worth the $6 US dollar entrance fee.
... expat (by way of San Diego) in her car for the Organic Market at the mall down the road. Good deal overall, homemade and grown by some of the locals so Deb & I took away - portobello quiche - chicken and curry somasa - chicken rice and turkey soup - lemon loaf and a berry tart with some fresh asparagus and cucumbers - All for just over $10.00 Canadian.
Another little issue cropped up ...
... Travel with me", she said. "I'll teach you Spanish", she said. Or something along those lines. In exchange, we'd provide the beer and you know how much Belgians love their beer! That was 6 weeks ago and we travelled together ever since.
It was amusing arriving at a new hostel or posada hotel, seeing people's facial expressions as they tried to figure out where the 3 of us could possibly be from...
El negro, ...
... to the odd costumes. Here's an excerpt from their site: My comments in (Brackets)
Ajijic fires up for Mardi Gras romp
Friday, February 25 2011 13:20 Dale Hoyt Palfrey
........ According to local lore, the roots of the Sayacos date back to the pre-Hispanic era. It is said that a pair of colorfully outfitted masked dancers played an ...