Hotel la Rotonda
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... thin potato chips with loads of salsa on top of it and a few limes pressed out over the whole thing. No need to mention that this was a very messy thing, but yummy nonetheless. Another thing they had were Micheladas. When I asked what that was Chris told me that it is a drink made of beer and tomato juice with chili and lime and salt. My first thought was yuck!, my first taste was identical to the thought. Did not like that at all.
After the game we had some tacos from a ...
... and probably the worst house music I’ve ever heard in my life. Basically sounded like a car alarm with a beat for about half an hour (it was still going as we left the town), but after that we returned to the house, where I wanted to go into the centre to see the Day Of The Dead celebrations, as it had been built as one of the biggest and best festivals in the whole of Mexico and people had been building up to it for the previous two or three weeks in every ...
... 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 ...
Here it is Thursday night and we find that we only have ten (10) days left in paradise. Today was a good day - started off with breakfast at our local haunt, Cafe Negro and then it was on to downtown Ajijic to look a the different shops on the Colon.
Deborah managed to find some local trinkets for the grand kids and then because of the heat (92 degrees) we dropped in at the LCS (Lake Chapala Society) for a "coca light" where we met Benji and ...
... behind with the *****...or is her presence on the trip the *****? There is a steady rain, making me wonder why I brought my passport along. Have to chuckle at the number of people that use the hotel safes. At the station at 0903, getting the ducats in due course from Carlos: Green, carrriage 3, seat 51. Chatted with Ian a bit about Belize. I really think if he and Denise had their druthers they'd be traveling solo. Chatted with Dave about trains; he showed be a ...