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... taco stand for a snack. Dinner at the Quinciniera is usually served late and we were hungry. Great food. I called Mom from there and she had a nice conversation with Israel while we ate. At the fiesta, the music was going, pictures were being taken and the drinking underway. The words of the night, quite the usual in my Mexican experience, was "Señor, a shot for you, señor." This was followed by "eh, eh, eh, eh" as you gulp it down. ...
... just chill out Shazza no biggy we can just sleep on the beach. YEH RIGHT! And of course it all just panned out perfectly. We found a wonderful family run hotel called Pacos and a room with the surf crashing outside our window. Brian felt at home! Gosh I do ramble on. Hope it's not too boring. Next blog pacific coast. I need to hoof it as the holiday is zooming to the last chapter. Buenas noches ...
... how they run their own lives. What a great way
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Tonight we went into Ajijic with John to meet his brother and his wife (Eloy / Ginger) for dinner at Tango Restaurant, supposedly the best steak restaurant in Ajijic. Unfortunately just as we were leaving Deb came down with an upset stomach - so she chose to stay at home for this evening.
The restaurant located just south of the Cararterra on Morelos #5 was great. We ordered Spinach fritters to start along ...
... canyon - owls, raccoons, coatimundis, and bats, as well as crickets and frogs.
After lunch we continued on with our walk, visiting the reptile house, the two huge aviaries, a tropical rainforest exhibit and more mammals, including seeing several beautiful Mexican wolves, who were howling to their friends.
Using our second ticket, we went on a train ride through the park, filled with school kids on a field ...