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... head over to a restaurant on the way to dinner for mojitos. They point out places of interest along the way to dinner at Viva Mexico in San Juan Cosola. This town reminds me of Mexico in the 60's. Kids running and playing in the street, I love it. We order margaritas and the guys tell me I have to have a large one. Well, it was large ...
... br> each other, I always seem to get what I am looking for. The meat is always
fresh and tender and with a little love and care on the grill or in the pan, is
delicious. We have enjoyed probably the best smoked chops I have ever made,
sirloin steaks cut right off of the roast, that melt in your mouth, and $300
pesos will feed 6 of us with enough left over to feed us one more meal for four
of steak tacos. I also get freshly ground Rez and freshly ground ...
So tonight was yet another new experience in Mexico.
Scott, the dogs and I went for our usual evening walk...all was perfectly fine and normal
It was 8:00at night,..loads of people out on the streets... lots of taco stands open...people just out and about everywhere.
Then along came the "FOGGER TRUCK"! We spotted it a block away and watched as everything in its path was sprayed down. To be fair they have some safety regulations... they turn ...
... kept you up until sunrise and subsequently spending the entire day wasting away on a couch, watching bad television, avoiding the sun, other people, sweating profusely and of course accomplishing nothing, and then feeling bad about yourself is better. It's not. I swear. I did do one late night. My PVR bestie* Judy had arrived Thursday to spend the winter here, as her and her boyfriend John do every year, AND Kaley, my real life bestie from home had flown down for the weekend ...
... ranked as one of the top locations in the world for the perfect
weather. I am going to reserve my opinion since I have yet to see that “PERFECT” year round weather. For us, it gets uncomfortably cold in the winter, so Chapala is just short of being
perfect. But, I will take the Chapala winter at the coldest 45 Fahrenheit over
the zero temperatures in New England. And, the only thing we shovel here is
sand and dirt, no snow!!