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... from a Mexican girl. Unfortunately I had to decline that request because at that time I was traveling myself around Croatia. But afterwards we exchanged a few more messages, I was curious about Mexico after all. So it turns out that she is from Guadalajara, and she would arrive here about a week before I was scheduled to get there. So I got in touch when I arrived in GDL and we decided to meet up this Tuesday. Brandon dropped me ...
... names but he was cool guy from Puerto Rico. Class went for an hour an half, so yeah I was pretty tired after it haha. A post salsa swim was obviously needed followed by some pretty good pork tacos and a kawarma from down the road. Kawarma is a big beer, like a long neck. After a quick dinner and beer we proceeded to hit up the Mayan pub, just down the road from us. We played pool all night and talked ****. Pretty fun actually. There is another Australian ...
... part of Guadalajara was the colonial pueble of Tlaquepaque (forget about pronouncing that properly). We visited on a warm and lively Sunday evening as people were spilling out of church and enjoying the street food, restaurants and bars. As we indulged in a relaxing mojito, (no tequila shots as responsible parents), the kids ran around the square.
From here our roadtrip took ...
... up to 45 minutes to get to one of them like Chapala, which is one of the larger towns. For about $2 USD round trip each person, I don't have to start up my beast and waste fuel or risk getting in to accidents. Buses will drop us off on the main road, and then everything else is within walking distance.
We did a quick day trip to Chapala and walked around. I had to see an attorney to try and get my Mexico auto insurance off ...
In the stalls, you can buy just about anything- gorgeous ceramic dishes and casseroles, clothes, shoes, jewelry, pets (particularly birds and fish), Tupperware, toothpick holders, toys, snacks of all kinds (fruit, tacos, gorditas, tortas ahogadas, candy, aguas frescas...you name it!) The selection is overwhelming. I, of course, did some purchasing, buying a few ceramic items I probably shouldn't have. (Luckily the hostal in Guadalajara ...