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As I said yesterday, we were invited to J&C's for Breakfast at Wimbledon. Given our current time zone this meant that the Federer/Djokovic match started at 08:00ish. After an amazing five-set loss by Roger we then headed out for lunch to Tlaquepaque.
Tlaquepaque (T-lok-a-pok-a) is a great town just east of Guadalajara, Mexico. The shops are so unique. Many of the ex-pats ...
... June, we may stay there until just before renewal time and return to Joco around May.
Don’t take things the wrong way. We love our stay at Roca Azul, and so far, love our stay in Mexico. We prepared ourselves for these type of situations. I did ample homework and was forewarned that the people in Mexico do things much differently than those in the U.S. I guess this also included the Americans. Sometimes we seem to get information from ...
... streets. Friends had recommended a quaint corner cafe "La Cafeteria" which had indoor and outdoor dining, breakfast specials and a wonderful atmosphere. When we arrived about 11:00 there was about a 30 minute wait. The perfect place to people watch. During our short wait horse drawn carriages, tour buses and open air trolleys passed packed with people. Having a dog on a leash seems to one of the latest fashion statements here and there ...
Day 3 - Ajijic
We woke this morning about 8:00 a.m. to a glorious blue sky and a great night sleep. We deserved it, Saturday seemed like such a long day.
We decided that we'd head off for breakfast and from there start the walk towards Ajijic's town square. One of the things that we've found out very quickly is that we better get used to walking (it would be very fair to say cobble stoned roads) or taxi's or the local bus system. Suppose ...
Mom and Dad really enjoyed Tlaquepaque,
with all its wonderful art, antiques, painting, ceramics, sculptures,
glass work, I guess its no wonder Mom and Dad liked it. They were
extremely quiet, however, as we drove through some of the less
picturesque areas approaching our boutique hotel. The Hotel in
Tlaquepaque was extremely charming. We enjoyed sitting in the
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