Travel Blogs from Tonala
Got back here around 3:30. I had ...
My sax quartet "Lakeside Sax Quartet" was asked to take part in a fundraiser here at Lake Chapala to help raise funds for instruments and music lessons for kids at lakeside who might not otherwise be able to participate. The event raised a whopping $24,000 pesos ...
... 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 ...
... don't just stop at these corners. You must wave your hand in the air and hope that the driver sees it. Even if he does, there is no guarantee that he will stop. Often times, one rider is not worth missing the yellow light just ahead. Ultimately, these rides are a lot of fun during the slower traffic hours. You can imagine a video game in which extra points are awarded for: fastest speed over a speed-bump, most riders on one bus, or best left hand ...
... 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 ...