Las Pergolas Gran
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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 ...
For Christians around the world, this is Holy Week or “Semana Santa” and here in Mexico, where celebrating is a way of life, they really commemorate it. On Palm Sunday, after breakfast I watched a procession down calle Ramon Corona that had actors in costume recreating the arrival of Jesus into Jerusalem, riding on a donkey while the people in the
streets waved handcrafted decorations made from, well, palm.
... street in a traffic jam to begin with!) Another thing on my removal list…
Unfortunately no Spanish Office to keep me entertained on the way back, and I can’t really remember much else of what I did, although when the bus arrived noticed it was in an area of about two hundred car shops, all next door to each other. This is another common thing I’ve observed and surely makes absolutely zero business sense! Granted, it’s good for the consumer ...
... For a modest $50 USD, I got done, what I thought would have been impossible in Mexico. Once again, this country has pulled through for me.
Ajijic has a large community of full and part-time foreign residents including some 7,000 U.S. citizens and Canadians. Ajijic was founded by the Nahuatl Indians in the early 1400’s and then colonized in 1652 by Spain who laid out the cobblestone streets that remain there today. The town is now occupied by ...
... the correct college to fulfill their academic goals. Matching students with the right school. The party was catered by the local restaurant "Gossips". Although the owner, Ismat is Kenyan the restaurant has a deeply southern flair with many New Orleans dishes. Cortlandt is a great dancer having done this professionally and spent ...