Posada San Pablo
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... another taxi, this one for 250 pesos which I think is high and I question but I'm more interested in my flight. We arrive at GDL at 7:45pm, exactly 2 hours before flight. No wait at the baggage check in or security so I arrive at the gate ready for takeoff with over an hour to spare, although I could have lived without the stress. I bought a water since the airline charges for everything and boarded my flight. I can stack my stuff on Karen's seat next to me since ...
... driving and motor vehicle violations, and are
usually pretty strict. The lone police officer approached us on the passenger
side on a very busy part of a congested three-lane highway and informed me that
he was stopping me for having unlawful tinted windows.
After I gave him my
license, he asked me to step out of the truck and return to his police vehicle.
He tells me that there is an $800 pesos ($60 US) fine for the tinted windows.
... farewell to the wedding party, who are enjoying a buffet lunch at the hacienda, and head off to the town of Tequila, stopping at the local cemetery on the way, to see the floral offerings.
Tequila is not much of a place, a small provincial town that seems to revolve around the Jose Cuervo distillery. This distillery is much more sophisticated than Herradura, with shops, bars, exhibits and ...
... grand opening of a new ice cream and snack bar by the pool. So, we were very impressed. And after checking things out for the last couple of days, we will be sure to be able to take advantage of all those things.
We have only been able to get to the Centro of Jocotepec and get to the market and plaza where we met some of the Americans that live here, many of whom live in the Roca Azul subdivision. Of course, everyone spoke very highly of ...
... a love letter re comments but blasting the Tequila Express for what he thought reflected poorly on his country ie a charade of a bag check before boarding, a toilet not flushing, no mariachi band playing during the long morning delay [don't play when the train is not moving], no chips [supposed to be], etc. A final selection of numbers from the mariachi band [two efforts to sell CD's by today's performers], Alan sleeping through the start of it [Peter saying ...