Hotel Casa Grande
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Because Liz did not have the Tuesday off, we had to leave very early from Chapala. At 7:00 to be exact. After a crazy ride we made it home in time for Liz to get to work almost on time. There, Brandon, Chris and me decided to have a quick nap, only Liz had to work. Afterwards the three of us cruised around the city to run some errands. I also got to meet Brandon's girlfriend.
In Salzburg, I had one day received a ...
It's finally the day when I head south of the border. The crossing was fairly smooth; I got el Burro insured for Mexico, and spent about an hour at immigration and customs. Only one person was working at each, and everything gets done in triplicate, so it took awhile. Fortunately, there weren't too many people ahead of me, and I had Duolingo on my phone to keep me busy. I handed over cash, and got enough stamps to keep me legal, ...
... crossing the Rio Grande. And since arriving here, I've learned it's actually Guatemala I need to be concerned about. Either things only get worse as one moves south (no word yet on whether Argentina believes Antarctica to be a hub of super-crime), or we're all just a little too preoccupied with the bad. Ultimately, the only things worth being afraid of in Mexico are tequila and sunburn, the effects of which are always out own damn ...
... dog balancing stuff on its head.
Maybe I should look in to getting a job for UNESCO, so I can take a few things off that list, as even before you go, you are pretty sure about what you are going to get – Cathedral, Plaza, Park, Possibly a couple of museums that I won’t go to, and a group of buildings I won’t spend longer than a couple of minutes in. I mean, the places aren’t bad places, but for me, even on a slow day I can pretty much ...
... fancy dancing group, two homeless men started have a dance-off of a hip hop/ break dancing variety that also seemed destined for tragedy. That I could not bare to watch because it was a spectacle, and I felt very uncomfortable being involved when the people were really just laughing at these men.
When I'd seen enough of the boisterous festivities, I took my time walking back to the hostal, savoring another great day in Guadalajara.