Holiday Inn Express Guadalajara Iteso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... calm and not stressed out. In this area of Mexico,
we don’t see the people rushing around to get places in a hurry.
At one time, I thought that I could never live like that.
How could someone live with such uncertainty or urgency? I would start pacing
if someone was late or a no show. I would get aggravated because someone else
did not keep their word. I would be wondering; how could someone else be so
... redness (sunburn) from the last pool visit has started to dissipate so it's likely pool time tomorrow to get a recharge of sun. It is simply incredible that every day since we've been here has been exactly the same weather wise. The rain birds continue to sing their songs so we're told that the rainy season is not that far off.
Again, thanks for reading my dailies (we're up to over 400 views to-date).
Before we left home, Chris and I were looking, via the internet, for a needy place in the Chapala area where we could do some volunteer work, preferably with puppets, as we have done before.
We were also going to look for a wall (15' high x 100' long) for a mural project that an American muralist, Susan Shandley, would organize using 15 American volunteers who would come for a week in March to paint a fantastic mural featuring the flora ...
We first met Manuela in our dorm room at Ummagumma hostel in Antigua, Guatemala. That was a week after we arrived in the country. We enjoyed her company and realised we had lots in common such as similar mindsets, sense of humour, and a love of similar foods. Mas salsa picante, por favor (More hot sauce, please)!
We continued to hang out and follow the Guatemalan gringo path together but it was in San Pedro where it ...