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... the popular restaurant Tango was at our table at "El Piano Rojo" on New Year's Eve at a party hosted by friends Dale and Rob the night the two met. Ian's mom Susan Larson owns a vacation home here in Ajijic and Ian he was down visiting from his home in Napa Valley where he works with a distiller and owns his own company which produces "Napa Valley Bitters" a line of bar condiments. Well here we ...
... like the United States would you feel regret over the life you have now.
A woman walks the street baby in tow asking for kindness in the form of money from strangers to feed her child. She doesn't seem to sense the same loss that I see. They probably won't go hungry and someone will take her in for the night. They all chip in to take care of each other here.
A girl in one of my classes talks about the high pregnancy rate ...
... everyone has to be somewhere, so why not here? But, once we had seen the lake, we were not so sure.
Laguna de Chapala holds only 50% of the water it did a few years ago. The reason for this is the draw of water to supply Guadalajara and several other large cities and the simple fact that dams on the rivers that feed the lake have diverted water for agriculture. Algal bloom around the major towns was also clear evidence of the lack of water flow and phosphate ...
... But, soon, we will be off to another land, and will have to re-discover Jocotepec another time. I was disappointed that we did not have the right information, and I am sure we missed out on so much more. We only got to see one or two local tourist attractions and we kind of coordinated our own event at the RV park. Whatever was going on at the RV park was either sponsored by groups from the outside, or just things we were not aware of.
I felt ...
... rent a car, but we've opted for the "healthy" option to begin with.
After showering up (our shower can remove paint that it's so forceful) we decided to head down the "back alley" to get breakfast and then head off towards town. Down the back way, we ran into a troupe of goats and their herder, just something you don't expect to ever see.
Breakfast was good, Eggs Benedict with home fries for $6.00 and Deb's Ham and Cheese omlette ...