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... because upon check-in we were not assigned a proper seat. Well, problem was, that nowhere on my boarding pass was it mentioned that I was a VIP, and there was no sign for boarding group four, only VIP and 1-3. And they told me the VIP line was not for me. So I had to wait for everyone else to board. Which I did not like very much, because I always prefer a seat in the exit row (as most of you ...
For Christians around the world, this is Holy Week or “Semana Santa” and here in Mexico, where celebrating is a way of life, they really commemorate it. On Palm Sunday, after breakfast I watched a procession down calle Ramon Corona that had actors in costume recreating the arrival of Jesus into Jerusalem, riding on a donkey while the people in the
streets waved handcrafted decorations made from, well, palm.
... towns like Lázaro Cárdenas, each busy and congested and always in a hurry. The foreigners in these places are the crew of container ships from Taiwan or Korea intent on a meal ashore and a few beers free of their never ending duty roster. These are always interesting places for us to wander and watch the everyday life of working Mexicans which are, from what we can see, the same as ours in every important way, but in ...
... and book writers who have opened small galleries and shops. The setting reminded us of the small village of Provincetown on Cape Cod in Massachusetts. The colorful buildings with the unique architecture and paintings make this little town so charming. The Lake Chapala Society (LCS) is a 3,000-plus member group that has gorgeous landscaped grounds on the Southern side of town. Within, they have meeting areas, a little café, library and the most serene walking ...
... me keep them there until I return to go home.)
I spent hours...I don't even know how many...wandering through the the tunnel of market love. I only stopped when I felt certain that I had seen just about everything that was on offer and when my feet ached so badly that I had to sit down somewhere and have a cold beer and a bite to eat.
After returning to Guadalajara, I went for a wander around town, ending up in the Plaza Tapatio for a ...