Posada San Pablo
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... are always higher, more like 100.
The ride was good and I downloaded the photos and published the blog. I like it. It like talking to everyone but no one is really here. I don't have many pictures inside the fiesta since photographers covered everything and it was dark for my camera. It's 11:30 and I need to be at Martin's house for the flea market and some pyramid deal. It's just another adventure.
... such tender and tasty goat. On the other side of the square is "La Habana Vieja", a historic home painted bright yellow festooned with Cuban flags. Looks pretty cool for an evening of salsa.
After changing our sneakers for dress shoes, we are returning to the theatre for the performance, when we are thrilled to chance upon a free Mariachi concert on one of ...
... 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 ...
... little swimming in Lake Chapala and just walks in the nice cool evening.
Tomorrow morning is our Mother's Day Celebration at the Club House. The men are cooking Pancakes, Eggs and Bacon with some sweets for dessert which starts at 11:00 tomorrow.
I'll keep you posted and Tom....I'm working on that Organization Chart for all the locals here just so you'll know who's who.
Again, thanks for reading and stay turned for further updates.
... s amazing trip but a lot of fun for us.
By the time that it was lunch time, we had walked to the far end of the zoo, which was on the edge of a huge canyon called the Barranca de Huentitan. It is a natural park at the limits of the city which the Zoo has been trying to preserve. This is where we ate lunch while admiring the awesome view. One of the exhibits that we visited housed many of the nocturnal animals ...