Presidente InterContinental Guadalajara
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... four little ponies tied to a stake and topped by thrilled young children.
The place was hopping with the street vendors offering fried bananas, roasted cacahuates (nuts), ice-cream bars and an array of jewelry and crafts. Young Mexicans strutted their stuff in groups of four ...
... two Mexican guys - Brandon and Chris. Chris is a friend of Brandon who joined the little trip to the airport. The drive took 45 minutes and I was really happy that I did not have to take a taxi on my very first day in Mexico ;)
In the car they informed about the plan for today. Firstly we would go home to sleep. That was great news that I welcomed very much^^
A few hours later we went to a volleyball game of Brandon, where his team had a game as part of the league. Afterwards ...
... swinging round like a maypole. They were playing proper annoying flutes but it was pretty impressive (they’re actually regarded as the world’s first bungee jumpers, but again which idiot thought jumping off a pole, and swinging round it, playing a flute would be a good idea in the first place?!)
Anyway, wanted to get food there, but by the time I finished faffing pretty much everything had closed. I had decided to treat myself a little, but then ...
... so that she could attend to the “weeping, sorrows and prayers” of all the people of the land. Diego reported this to the local Bishop but had no proof and was told to return and ask her for proof. When he returned to the hill, he once again he saw her and she told him to pick some Castilian Roses and return to the Bishop with the roses ...
... be about 20 couples, villa owners or renters were on hand for the meet and greet so it was nice to meet and talk to them all about their experiences and why they moved to Ajijic. Everyone brought some foods, so we also got a chance to sample some of the local cuisine. While I was there I had Jan look at my leg and she's recommended (she's a retired nurse from New Jersey) that I should get myself to the doctor for meds ...