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... left are just having a chat.
The one below has a 'this is MY street' attitude.
... good look around! Some teams arrived much later in the evening. They had gone to the pyramids first thing in the morning and had then been stopped and fined by police for being on the road before 11 am!! Apparently, cars with foreign number plates were not allowed on the roads before 11 am - a regulation relating to pollution laws! When you see the noxious fumes belching out of Mexican vehicles, it certainly makes you ...
... from them. Oh well..
We are located about
40 minutes to Guadalajara and about
50 minutes to Jocotepec, where Roca Azul is located. Vila Carona is a small
typical Mexican town, with all the usual points of interest; a centro plaza
with big Catholic Church, a weekly tianguis (market) and several local eateries
specializing in Mexican cuisine. The weather is very similar to Lake
Chapala, dry mid 80’s during the
day and high ...
... me feel any more welcome during my time there, and really enjoyed the traditional experience of staying with such a kind-hearted family, and taking trips out to see some of the surrounding areas and countryside. Early the next morning, got dropped off at the bus station by Elizabeth and her mum and said goodbye, before heading over to (UNESCO World Heritage site) Mexico City for the next chapter of my travels… oh, and my birthday! Time to make up for that lack of ...
... the town and lake. We are staying within the Roca Azul fraccionamiento, or sub-division. We actually have to drive through the residential area, to get to the RV Park. I decided to include photos of some of the homes and buildings in Jocotepec and Roca-Azul. Just so you can see the variety and the architecture that varies, even on the same street. Some of our friends and family still think that we are amidst a poor Mexican village with goats and cattle ...