Holiday Inn Express Guadalajara Expo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... we could catch some of it. 30 minutes later and we thought we could at least catch the final matches. But by the time the sky was dark, lucha libre was a write-off. Dammit! Should've followed Bren Buckley's advice and taken the Tequila train. On the plus side, we meet some guys from San Diego who told us of an easy and cheap way to fly in and out of Guadalajara from SD, so I will be back!
Menna stayed another night at the hostel, but I ...
... I go. And if my thighs chafed any more, I think my underwear would catch on fire.
One difference I've noticed here in Mexico....
In the States,
Drive Hammered, Get Nailed
Drive Hammered, Get Home Sooner
Enjoy the ...
... Mirador tonight for wine.
It seems that so many of the local Gringo's from NOB seem to like the June, July and August timelines here in Ajijic despite the fact that it's the "rainy season" - they say that it makes it like Ireland, everything turns an amazing shade of green and all the flowers are in full bloom. It apparently doesn't impact any of their day-time activities because it rains ...
... would respond by making up a near-believable story. Ironically an actual Austrian tradition that she shared is so bizarre, you'd be forgiven for thinking it was fabricated. In early December demon-like creatures called krampuses roam the streets looking for naughty children to beat (yes, literally beat!) with sticks. They are Santa's hitmen, if you like. Google it and see how scary they are. Poor kids!
As for ...
... Xicantzy was prone to occasional fits of madness(Before Xanax) that drove her to chase down male inhabitants and douse them with her powdery cosmetics if they refused her amorous advances.(She has attitude) The Sayacos and Sayacas subsequently arose as impersonators of her bizarre behavior.(First known reference to the term Knock-off) Their outlandish costumes, lively dances and confetti ...