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... around for parts. We had to import a few parts that we could not get here, but for the most part, "The Aldino" was made in Mexico by a combination of Mexicans and “gringos”. The “Aldino” is the name we gave our trike, because it was designed and constructed by AL & Dean, thus, The ALDINO.
We joke around and say that we will take orders for the next model, but, the export fees and shipping would cost much more than the cost to ...
... toll house but not to give any money to the youngsters. As we approached we saw that one of the lanes had been chained up, meaning that only one was open. The kids crowded around us, some with scarves covering their faces. They started asking for money, but we pretended we didn't understand Spanish and kept inching forward. As we got to the toll house, we realised that the people manning it had disappeared, obviously ...
... and probably the worst house music I’ve ever heard in my life. Basically sounded like a car alarm with a beat for about half an hour (it was still going as we left the town), but after that we returned to the house, where I wanted to go into the centre to see the Day Of The Dead celebrations, as it had been built as one of the biggest and best festivals in the whole of Mexico and people had been building up to it for the previous two or three weeks in every ...
... some hula hoops, and others shiny disks. Human pyramids of these kids is the highlight of these parades with the highest ones getting the most applause. Bands and floats are in every parade in Mexico. The parade is always followed up by dancing horses. One band must have gotten in line late because they were BEHIND the horses ...
... you could throw at her, guys from the Ajijic Orchestra played a series of Mexican classic folk songs with singer Julia who has a beautiful low alto voice along with Areli(cello) and Marie Claire sang wonderful songs. This group was made up of Dani, Juan Pablo, Rodrigo, Gustavo, Sergio, Alvaro,... ... I know I have left someone out.
We all had fun and hope we can do this again sometime!