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After dinner I did not stay up for long, because my flight was at 9am and I had to be there 2 hours before departure. Liz was kind enough to drop me off at the airport before she had to start work. The flight was really strange. I had not yet had the pleasure to fly with Ryanair in Europe, therefore I was a bit nervous about my first flight with a low cost carrier (LCC). I had to acquire a VIP pass ...
... go completely off grid for a while and
I’m gradually doing that withdrawal process while trying still to integrate
myself and assimilate a relatively foreign culture. The sketchy internet service helps with that and face to face time is more important than E-relationships right now anyway (well, always, and let’s not forget that), and venturing out from the gringo community to see the "real"
Mexico is a wonderful experience.
... Further up the beach again, the place starts to look decidedly Noosa-esque. Acapulco was also like this, but writ-large, its heydays and depressions clear in glittering and crumbling towers.
Some of the smaller places, like Zipolite, are clearly on the hippy trail (yes Alice, it still exists). The new breed of hippies still wears the trademark harem pants and dreadlocks but these days they sit around drinking espresso at $3 ...
... or that we are staying out in the country with no civilization for miles. It is far from the truth. We are close to everything, but far enough away from it all. We recently ventured out to the small town of Ajijic, (Ah-hee-heek), about 20 minutes East of our location.
I needed to get a U.S. government document notarized, and it just so happened, that the U.S. consulate out of Guadalajara sends representatives to the Lake Chapala Society grounds in Ajijiic ...
... cloggers are not even the biggest obstacle though. The biggest obstacle, often taking up half of the pathway, is people stopping in the path to look and/or buy something at a stall. Roaming vendors are shouting out their deals on fans or extra large trash bags or what have you. And there is the enticing smell of tortillas cooking on comales and meats of all sorts warming at taco stands slotted in next to a stall selling shoes or medicinal creams. It is ...