Hotel Hacienda del Sol
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... artists to missionaries. There are sculptures, fountains and monuments of every kind. Sydney looks bare by comparison. We started at the university, the site of an art exhibition, and toured other public buildings, some with impressive artwork and well-preserved interiors. The cathedral was impressive too with a huge white interior trimmed in gold, a huge gold monstrance, massive gold candlesticks etc; the exterior had a large gold mosaic too. ...
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lifestyle and just look over our photos, just go to the bottom of this page and
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A few weeks ago, I decided to run a new propane line from my
RV propane tanks to an outside area where I have my outdoor barbecue grill and
future outdoor 2-burner cook-top. I also wanted to install a permanent propane
line to my ...
... we must stick out like a sore thumb because I don't think we look or dress like a Mexican. But most locals tell us the we do not look American. I continue to be mistaken for a Colombian, Cuban or Spaniard, and Lulu gets mistaken for a Mexican. Usually they will pick up on my accent when I speak Spanish, and they mistaken me for a Brazilian. But that is because of our physical traits, not our dress. The locals tell us ...
... s Wednesday, we've decided that we'll be off to the Ajijic market and then over to LCS (Lake Chapala Society) to see what's they offer there in terms of expat opportunities.
We grabbed a taxi from the security office and headed into town with our broken lock for the front door to see if we could find something like Loew's (really no chance of that happening here in Ajijic) that could fix our lock.
As soon as we entered the market, we say a ...
... corners a very complicated intersection to the church which I would guess is well over a mile. The bell from the church started ringing which marked the start of the procession. Alter boys first. Follow them Jesus riding a burro then the priest of our village and then the parishioners carrying palm leaves and singing. It was a very moving sight.
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