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... 1/2 hours I'm told, even when I related our recent experience with construction on the road between Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta. On the road for less than an hour and we stop, I mean stop. Road closed for construction and one way traffic. We creep along forever. The short version is that after the road closing and two accidents, it's now 5:30 and no sight of Guadalajara. My buffer has disappeared and I'm getting nervous. We finally arrive in Tlaquepaque at 7:15. ...
... farewell to the wedding party, who are enjoying a buffet lunch at the hacienda, and head off to the town of Tequila, stopping at the local cemetery on the way, to see the floral offerings.
Tequila is not much of a place, a small provincial town that seems to revolve around the Jose Cuervo distillery. This distillery is much more sophisticated than Herradura, with shops, bars, exhibits and ...
... de futbol near El Torito
4PM Evento con los Toros, with bull riding and roping, Lienzo Charro, with dance afterwards
7 PM Orchestra, Plaza
8PM Battle of the Flowers (where the newly crowned Fiesta Queen parades through the Plaza as onlookers playfully throw flowers at her - great fun in the tradition of Mock Battles, rather than real ones!)
9 PM Popular Dance at the Plaza ...
... out with John and Katherine and his brother Eloy and Ginger and a bunch of their friends on their 28' pontoon boat in Lake Chapala tomorrow. A little picnic on the lake with some appies and drinks - should be good - just hope that the weather co-operates LOL. Short of making the appies for tomorrow, we'll be heading off to one of the local restaurants to have them prepare something like guacamole and wings for us.
... I think a wet mop would have more personality than him.
Bus no 6 for the Green Corona table will be our lunch spot. Dave taking 5 loo breaks before lunch was my exercise program for the day. The train was lively, at least amongst the locals, and the tequila was flowing. The trip costs the locals 1,200 MP but the lunch is included and all the booze you want. Tried a tequila reposada [#3] c 1240 but neat tequila is not my cup of tea. Discussion with ...