Mision Carlton Guadalajara
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... some bananas, that's it. We visited with Martin's neighbors along the way, met Gato's parents and returned for coffee and cake. While I practiced the Mexican life by sitting outside watching the people and traffic, saying "Buenas Dias" to everybody, Israel pulled up so I went with him to pick up smoke supplies and then to his shoe factory. We had a nice visit. Martin came by, saying it was time to go to The Pyramids. Ok. I'm game.
Of in the car we go, five of ...
... a play, enjoy another mariachi concert (just can’t get enough of them) and watch a parade of elegant spooks and ghouls.
But before we get there the lowering clouds burst and we have to rush for the nearest shelter. It’s none other than the Magno Centro Joyero, rated as the No. 1 jewellery centre of Latin America. It’s a huge jewellery warehouse with well over five hundred jewellery counters on three floors. ...
... in the winter months for a week
or two at a time. We had even been to the beaches and gone swimming. However, I had never “lived” in Florida. Most of all, I had never “lived” in Pasco County where we eventually moved to, worked,
and played for eight years. We were exposed to the “real” Florida. The “COLD”
months of January and February when we had to wear winter clothes and ...
... hands of each and every patron that evening, dressed in his chef whites emblazoned with the mexican flag on both arms. You have to ask for the specials, his waiters don't present them directly, as Augustin seems so excited to tell you about his specials for the evening. He apparently had a stroke two years ago and lost his memory with all the recipes, which he recently remembered and is now bringing them back to life. This is the same man and restaurant ...
... on a budget. Carlos related a federal program 'Drugs kill you slowly', somebody having written on such a poster 'We are not in a hurry'. David was telling Carlos England had no benefit of the EU, Ian muttering behind me 'It's called a free market', evidently of a different political bent.
At the hotel at 1417. The Hotel Morales is posh, a 5* property. Glad to hear Peter scoff at the idea of political correctness. Some time until 1500 departure for city ...