Ibis Guadalajara Expo
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... shower, pack up toiletries and dried out clothes off the railing (remember, I have a balcony). A quick check around and all is ready. Now I stop by Martin & Cindy's room but they're not ready so I go get some coffee and finish posting the last two blogs. The wifi worked fine at the restaurant. When Cindy shows up, I get my light breakfast as more family members start arriving. I hear they went to a disco last night. I wanted to go but it was after 11pm and I ...
... all over. A really professional operation.
We have a very nice lunch in Cholula Restaurant, and Miryam enjoys an terrific Kiwi Margarita.
Next day we drive south past the airport to Lake Chapala. No roundabouts on this route, and we are soon topping the incline and looking out over the lovely lake. It reminds us a little of Lake Amatitlán in Guatemala. We stop at the attractive little town ...
... gluing, taping, cutting and getting their designs ready for this annual event. Teams sponsored by businesses, churches and groups of friends assemble on the soccer field in east Ajijic. These fragile tissue paper balloons are filled with hot air and set adrift with a lit fire among the hundreds of spectators. The winds from tropical storm Manuel and hurricane Ingrid played ...
... view of Ajijic.
A couple of the ladies had steak, some had pasta and the balance of us had meals prepared with shrimp as that seemed to be the most common item on the menu. Some had margarita's - most had wine....a lot of wine. Most of us followed up the meal with some of the best chocolate cake with cream cheese icing I've ever had. The waiter spoke excellent English and they even had music playing in the background. We had a good time, a lot of ...
... 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 ...