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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 ...
... at first to swat it and kill it but the inner sissy/Buddhist/compassionforallsentient beings prevailed
and I caught it under a plastic cup and carried it outside where I let it loose and, wouldn't you know it, he tried to crawl back into the house like the cat at the end of the Flintstones….OK, maybe my use of simile needs some work but you get the picture. I coaxed him away again with a big magazine that was used as a broom, and I can’t ...
... of months. Lulu’s U.S. health insurance also costs us $250 A MONTH and we barely use it. In case of something major, our Mexico auto insurance at $700 a YEAR for my 2004 Ford Truck AND 1997 Holiday Rambler 5th wheel, will pay for transportation to a U.S. hospital, and we still maintain our U.S. coverage at $1,400 a year.
Just a quick re-cap. Our U.S. health insurance together costs us $6,000 A YEAR vs. MEXICO Health insurance which costs us $500 ...
... 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 ...
... before arriving back in Rio where they then plan to have their truck shipped to Portugal (Portuguese being their native language) to continue with the trek through Europe. They have taught themselves English through communication with people on the trip and we had no trouble understanding them. We introduced them to our friends in Ajijic Jay and Veronica who own Studio 18 ...
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Libre A Zapotlanejo 1500, Tlaquepaque | 2 star hotelfrom $45
Blvd Aeropuerto 4275, Tlaquepaque | 3 star hotelfrom $57
Av. Camino Al Iteso # 8650-A10, Tlaquepaque | 2 star hotelfrom $81
Florida 305, Tlaquepaque | 3 star hotelfrom $88
Reforma #139, Tlaquepaque | Hotelfrom $99
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