Hotel Suites la Siesta
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some of the pork and make us herbed sausage patties for breakfast, and then mix
the rest up to make meat loaf, meat balls for spaghetti, and at least 4 nice
sized Hamburg patties. We usually eat the sausage patties for breakfast and
freeze the meatballs and patties and make another dish with the leftovers. A ½
kilo of ground pork and ground beef will cost me around $160 pesos. Now this is
not pre-ground meat, no sirree bob. When you order he cuts ...
... off a second or 2 before they see people. But it still squirts out remains of what is in the hose and then they continue to spray a couple senconds after they pass (taco stands,people whatever is in their path). So our evening walk turned into a game. Scott and I began to play "FOGGER"...basically avoid the FOGGER truck. We zig zagged through the streets and thought we were safe....then the sound of the sprayer was right behind us. We ran so fast to ...
... a celebrity!) so of course we just HAD to go dancing! I'm not sure who's idea it was, but I'm almost positive it can be attributed to the 2x1 margaritas we ordered endlessly at happy hour. (Kaley was trying to keep score and see how many margs she could cram into her 48 hour trip.) After dancing, and bar hopping a little, and putting Judie into a taxi home to her condo, I proceeded to keep drunk, sleepy Kaley up until 4:30am, chatting her ear off and eating gluten free cake! Poor ...
... and then we could have a shirodhara treatment or herbal enema. I opted for the former not the latter. Though I had one of those earlier in the week and I got really high from the experience. I am not sure what they put in the herbs.
Christina had said the night before that January 14 was important, it was a high holy day in the Hindu calendar and she was going to chant in the morning. It ...
... the oldest cantina in PV. Today they served us a trio of soups; cream of broccoli, Fleur de Calabasa (made from squash flowers) and Sopa Azteca, which is also called tortilla soup as it contains cut up strips of tortilla. All lovely, but my favourite was the Calabasa. We also had a little tequila and Lindsay showed us the proper way to drink it. Apparently Lick/Sip/Suck is an American invention and Mexicans prefer to sip their tequila. We were each given three shot glasses – ...