Hampton Inn by Hilton Guadalajara-Aeropuerto
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... but apparently not in Mexico. So everyone hangs out in the street at the parents house until 1am. That's when I left. I'm sure they were there long after that because someone just made a beer run. Tomorrow's the quinciniera, Sunday y a grand fiesta at a nearby ranch and Monday the pyramids. I don't know what all that means but I'll find out, whether I want to or not. It's beddy-bye time for this Gringo. Adios, mis ...
... on the back of a burro and Joseph arrive at a home accompanied by angels and other biblical characters and a hoard of kids and their family. Next a history of the event is read and songs are sung. Last night the singers were accompanied by an accordion and guitar player. As the story goes they are refused shelter. After this scene then the Fiesta begins with more singing and Piņatas are ...
... Mexico. The music to the Danzon is captivating with these African beats combined with the synchronized, sometimes sexually restrained and provocative dance moves. The first half was just music. Arturo Marquez Mexico's most famous composer of Danzon music flew in from Mexico City to conduct his pieces performed by the Guadalajara Youth Orchestra. The music included two of my favorite pieces Danzon #2 and Danzon #8 (a tribute ...
... a plaza. The area still has the Old World charm and the Mexican ambiance, which is what we like to see. The only difference here is that just about anywhere you go, you will come across a “gringo”, like we did at a local coffee shop in the plaza. Americans, Canadians and Brits gathered for morning coffee.
We are staying at the Roca Azul RV Resort on the west side of Lake Chapala. They are considered a luxury resort and ...
... from there we made plans to spend two mornings, one week apart, building puppets with about 20 children, 5 to 12 years old. Isabel wanted to focus on facial expressions, so we decided to make Carnaval clowns. Carnaval is celebrated in the middle of February this year. Perfect timing.
The first morning, we showed the children how to form heads and hands using the clay that we had brought. Most of the kids were pretty shy and it didn't ...