Hotel de Mendoza
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... when the clowns noticed me and suddenly I was the one in the center of everyone’s attention. This was the first time I realized that I stand out from the crowd. Tall and light skinned, much different to anyone else. The clowns meant no harm though and after I had to stand in the first row of spectators and was the subject of some jokes the show was over and I was free to go. But not before giving a small donation J
... have been here a while and are more familiar with the area. My Spanish
improves daily but it still needs work. I’ve played twice already at open mic nights in a local
gringo enclave and it went well even if both times were rather impromptu. My goal is to do some Spanish music though. That’s one of my ways of learning the language and the culture, and singing local music is usually a great key into a community. At the place where I went ...
... and it has a very strong tradition. Generally in the quieter countryside areas, women have babies at an early age (I guess because there is not much else to do) but the cities are sometimes a bit more cosmopolitan and European in their style. My mum has stopped reading these blogs, but I’m sure she would be a lot more happy about being T-Total and going to kids seventh birthday parties rather than walking around mountains where everyone is carrying a gun!
We have moved to our new temporary home in Jocotepec, Spanish pronunciation: [xokoteˈpek]. The J is pronounced like an H. We are still trying to say it correctly. Jocotepec is located in the state of Jalisco, about 25 miles south of Guadalajara on the west end of Lake Chapala. We are still a little high at around 5,000 feet, but lower than the 6,000 feet at Valle de Juarez just last week. National Geographic magazine has declared Lake Chapala ...
... Coach, Prada and a host of others including Chili's and Outback so very North American. I started off on the right note when a security guard asked me to stop taking pictures of the mall. Despite the fact that I put the camera immediately into my pack, he followed both Deb and I for the next hours or so just to make sure that I wasn't undercover I guess.
We didn't buy much until we got to Costco, but we decided to ...