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... left, the back, and the right of the monument, there are streets full of shops (and stalls on market day).
Back to my room for a rest and a snack, ...
... the day. We'd been given a key each for personal lockers and safe deposit boxes and my bunk had a personal reading light too. There was an outdoor pool out the back but it was a little too cold to use while we were there so instead we went out to explore the Centro Histórico. We started with lunch at Lonely Planet recommended Birriería las Nueve Esquinas famous for its Birria de Chivo (stewed goat) which Stuart had - he said that it was indeed ...
... in Ajijic, the festivities were slowly beginning.
Our first official Christmas activity was a posada (party) on Dec. 20 put on by a Mexican family that we know for the children of their neighborhood. Bring a piñata and beer, says Rene and prepare to enjoy the kids banging the bejesus out of ...
... and told to step outside to finish it. We did exactly that, "step inside" and past security who were too busy to notice us gringos! So wandering in we found out seats - not quite nosebleeds by close enough. Irrespective I must admit that we did have a great view of the entire field and were just happy to be there! The game began and it was awesome! The local Chivas members section was chatting, cheering and jumping around like typical crazed fans - loved it! At half time Dan, ...
... body and soul. Perfect for the oncoming gripa I could feel thanks to the dramatic change in climate I was experiencing, Cancun to Guadalajara.
The spa really was amazing, my mother would have loved it, and much more than any of us could have ever asked for, it was just perfect.
After spending the day relaxing, we made our way up the mountain as the sun was setting to eat at a restaurant ...