Hotel Aranzazu ECO
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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... they might help me with my spanish, and then I hope to move on to small communities where I won't have the gringos to help me and be forced to rely only on what I've learned; and I want to explore as much of the lake as I can (I did tell you I was a lake buff).
So I walked around Ajijic for a while, mainly looking for an ATM. Got a juice (55 cents), first 'meal ' of the day. I was tempted to try this ...
... area after 8pm, and I was wondering why all the shops and restaurants there had already closed and the public fountains had been shut off. She told me that no one goes into this district after 8pm because it is considered as unsafe after dark. Well, good thing I had a local guide ;) At some park corner we stopped for just a few seconds to watch the rest of a clown show that had attracted a few spectators. I had just wanted to ...
... where I am presently staying is really so reminiscent of the "Old World," of maybe 500 years ago when the major populations and cities of the Western world were based in spiritual or religious centers, e.g., Rome, Constantinople, etc., in contrast to much of the Western world today that has its major cities based in major economic centers like New York, Los Angeles, etc. Most of these small towns and cities have their own Catholic churches and the local ...
Is there actually anything which isn't yet a UNESCO World Heritage Site? Pretty sure they just slap them on willy nilly, especially if it by chance has an old building there. Every time I open my guide book, it’s like 'declared a World Heritage Site…’ blah blah blah. I actually went on the UNESCO website to see what the criteria was for selection, but the page was so tediously boring that I lasted about two seconds before going back to looking at pictures ...
... to high 80’s, dry and sunny during the day and very comfortable 60’s at night. We also anxiously await one of Mexico’s big celebrations, the “Day of the Dead”, which will be held on November 2. It is similar, but different, than our U.S. Halloween. Costumes, food and cemeteries, but, yet it is a religious holiday. I will fill you in on things after we experience it next week. For now, we want to wish our U.S. friends and fans ...