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... one in the morning too. The water is free and no drought down here. My room is nice and clean today. Why today, you ask? The cleaning lady/waitress here asks me when to come and clean but the room is fine so I tell "mañana". So I get free chips and salsa every day. She cleaned Monday and she can clean when I leave. Following my free breakfast, I organized my camera stuff, finished yesterday's blog with the ...
... centre to visit the market, reputed to be the largest in Mexico. It certainly is huge, and packed with Gucci and Versace handbags at a few pesos each!
Just as I had predicted at the outset, we returned to the shoe stores, so now we are both well shod for the next few months!
Lucy got up really early the next day so we could have a nice breakfast before leaving to the airport. What an ...
... songs. The excited crowd shouted "OTRA" (another) long enough for the band to pull out one more number. With the ended of the concert. Organizer again thanked all the participants and so ends this well organized Anniversary celebration.
BUT WAIT!!!! The weekly Danzon in the plaza starts at 6:00 so get out your dancing shoes!!! No time to waste.
... thought that the $24.00 was within our budget.
Last night in the square in Ajijic there was a community meeting held in the square that was being offered to all residents (locals and gringos) to explain and dispel some rumors regarding the recent murders here in the Ajijic area. This was conducted by the Chief of Police and the local Federali representatives. While Deb and I didn't make it, George and Jan did so we got the skinny at dinner. ...
... must have slept through the whole bit]. 1853 Tequila! blasted over the speakers, the locals enjoying themselves. La Bamba at 1857, other songs including I Will Survive, Be My Girl and even Shania Twain for some Canuck contribution. Even fogey Keith was doing a bit of toe tapping with all the well known tunes. One local told us paesano was Spanish for friend. There was dancing up and down the aisle, the atmosphere at trip's end more like a disco. At the station c ...
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