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Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... to go see how the “delicious” liquid Tequila is made on a tour destined for the town called Tequila. We set out early with an English speaking guide and were taken on the road. However, before entering the town, we went past many farms that specifically grew the main ingredient of Tequila - known as Agave. Stopping into one specific farm we met an Agave farmer who was a dude, complete with cowboy boots and hat. What his role was, beside growning Agave, ...
... ask a question to a
non-English speaking employee. It felt to us like we were imposing and that we interrupted
their very important text messaging. I blame the Americans because the Mexican retail stores have a much different attitude towards us obvious “gringos”. And we have personally witnessed more
than one occasion of spoiled Americans and Canadians talking down, scolding or
insulting a Mexican employee. Like the Mexican ...
... experience. Guadalajara Mexico's second largest city boasts a superb Symphony Orchestra. The musicians under the direction of their new conductor Alondra de la Parra gave a fine performance. Alondra was dressed in all black except for a pair of Ruby Red Patent leather shoes which gives some indication to her personality. There was a special ...
... the most interesting dishes last night was one that Charlie ordered called mojachetas (pronounced mocha-het-ey) which was served in a bowl made from volcano rock and it bubbled continuously throughout his entire dinner - "don't touch the bowl Bob".
We got the opportunity to meet fourteen interesting and diverse people from all over the U.S. Everyone has a story to tell. The one interesting thing here is that not one person has yet to ask Deb and ...
... 1 cup chopped dry roasted peanutsLine a large platter with the lettuce, either torn or separated into leaves, as desired. Arrange the beets, jicama, oranges and apples on the lettuce. Sprinkle with the lime juice.Bring the platter to the table, dress with a mixture of the olive oil and vinegar and toss lightly. Serve on salad dishes, topping each serving with a sprinkling of ...
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