Travel Blogs from Tonala
... from them. Oh well..
We are located about
40 minutes to Guadalajara and about
50 minutes to Jocotepec, where Roca Azul is located. Vila Carona is a small
typical Mexican town, with all the usual points of interest; a centro plaza
with big Catholic Church, a weekly tianguis (market) and several local eateries
specializing in Mexican cuisine. The weather is very similar to Lake
Chapala, dry mid 80’s during the
day and high ...
... Type A personality. I was the
competitive guy that used to take on many different projects and would get
stressed out with details, making sure that each one of those projects would
get done, and get done on time. Not only would I have high expectations for
myself, I would also expect anyone close to me to be the same way.
I used to not like to wait for things, and I especially
hated not knowing what I would be doing ...
... repairs and upgrades to the RV, and Lulu continues to rehearse her singing by walking around the park with her I-pod. Oh yeah, and we still indulge in the park’s hot water thermo swimming pool, the eucalyptus steam room, and bike riding. We continue to contemplate the tennis game we have been talking about, but we have to wait for some of the bone and muscle injuries to heal. As we approach the end of October, we continue to have this fabulous ...
... great weather for their Mexican holiday.
We were a little worried about the preparation of the Wall for the Tepehua Mural project. The rains started right when the men had a load of sand delivered for resurfacing the wall. Carlos told us that when he got there, the rivers of water were taking the sand down the mountain, away from the work site. It all ended well though and the wall has been resurfaced and ready for Step Two - priming/sealing. We are not ...
... here at the complex – I think there were around 40 of us for a great potluck dinner, with Santa and a gift exchange. Neither of us, or anyone else, missed the cold weather. Instead we hung out at the pool till it was time for dinner. The way all Christmases should be. I am going to write a blog explaining the nice way Christmas is celebrated here – Josie and I were lucky enough to be able to take part in some of ...