Real de Chapala
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... They get on at pit/road stops. Passed on that; went in and got an ice cream!
Cacti turned to farm land. No idea which crops they were growing (other than corn) or how many individual farms. Again pics don't do justice to the extent of these farms (maybe the mountains in the background lend some perspective). These ...
... true chaos. The golden rule is to lock the gate behind you ALWAYS. Dixie is patient with this newbie. Three other volunteers arrive and I meet Bob who is the head of this place. Barb is another that has volunteered since it opened and lived in Hawaii too. I really like her. She is tiny and a hard worker and very kind to the dogs. She baby talks like I do. Ok, we have time to sit in the shade for a few minutes and eat ...
... tried to be observant so as not to offend the locals. I've recapped the top 50 Things that we've noted, seen and experienced during our time here - things you need to consider for YOUR next Mexican visit. Mexican Etiquette First and foremost: Family is everything! 1. The family is at the center of the social structure. 2. Mexicans consider it their duty and responsibility to help family members. 3. Most Mexican families are extremely traditional, with the father ...
... to learn - I'll never be able to get a grip on this game with only one lesson left before we leave back to Canada on the 20th.
Tonight Deb and I shared a fantastic dinner here at the casita. After quite a bit of consideration I've come to the conclusion that my favorite new animal is SHRIMP. At the Tenguis on Wednesday I bought 1 kg. of Jumbo Shrimp that we BBQ'd (grilled for those in the south) up tonight with steak, vegetables, ...
... a mesh covered frame. When we questioned whether the plant had been bad - Eloy gave us the story. Seems he's also an environmentalist. The Monarch butterfly is apparently close to extinct so they're trying to assist the repopulation efforts. He has set out in the planter about 10 "milkweed" plants - plants that apparently attract the butterflies to lay their eggs. Once the eggs are laid they are normally very popular with birds and bugs alike, so he ...