Ramada Mexico Zona Norte
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... Cindy and Martin's brother Manuel and his wife, Ceci. It takes a little over an hour to get there. It's pyramids that were built by the Indians before the Spanish came to the area. They're not tall, only about 50 ft and nothing elaborate but on a nice hillside overlooking a lake. We walked to the different site and Cindy made it to the top. It was hot! After that, a drive through a small town to a restaurant favored by Martin. Beer, of course, followed by chips, ...
... 8217;t recognize but the largest by far was a 400 pound marlin that was lying on the boat platform. It was huge! Then back on board for supper. After supper the showroom entertainer was Andrew Norelli, a comedian who interacted with the audience and put on a really funny show.
Tuesday we were in Mazatlan. Mazatlan (population 600,000) is a much larger city than Cabo San Lucas. Again we had booked a city tour in advance. We were waiting for the gangway to be positioned so ...
How DO you pronounce Tlaquepaque? The letters T in Nahuatl is pronounced similar to Ll in Welsh. So it's: "Thlakepake". That’s where we go today.
This little town was once separate from Guadalajara, but has been engulfed by the outward growth of the state capital. Nevertheless it has kept its unique character and the historic centre is surprisingly attractive, with colonial-era churches, old mansions, colourful ...
... may be working after all...
In the original pathfinders acceptance pack we received it said something like: "by all means go to Canada during your travels...this trip should not be used as an excuse to go to Mexico". Odd and slightly prejudiced as this seems, I certainly wasn't going to capitalise on being 20 minutes away from the border of a foreign country whose people and food I happen to like at the risk of snubbing college officials. How would I ...
... doesn't. It just beeps immediately after and the woman says : "m'am, you have been randomly selected for a drug check". You should have seen my face when she said that (see picture). I was close to become that Al Qaeda terrorist when they finished. But they finished.
Of course, by the time I reached that Starbucks, I heard : "last call for Minneapolis"... Bye bye coffee !
Well, that's the start of a beautiful trip, wouldn't you say ? :)