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Let me tell you one thing straight away. There is nothing worse than a 3h-total-flight-time-overnight-flight. Because they come around with refreshments, drinks and immigration forms, you don't get any more than 30mins of rest. I had unbelievably much space, but was unable to sleep. Therefore I was completely dead when I arrived in Guadalajara (GDL).
Anyways, I had chosen to visit GDL before heading to MTY to visit my friend Liz, who I had met in Munich through couchsurfing. She ...
... was around 45 minutes, with heavy traffic. BUT,
she said that the doctor would see me at the hospital, about 15 minutes away,
when he was done with surgery.
We drove to the
hospital and got to see the doctor at 8pm.
What do you expect for Mexico?
But this is not the highlight of the night. It was on the way back home when we
got stopped by the Vidal Police, their version of the DMV inspectors or Highway
Patrol. They deal ...
... got a bit lost and felt a little uncomfortable walking around in quieter areas at night – especially as it’d been the first time since the attack. A couple of phone calls sorted that one out, before the next day’s trip out to Lake Chapala (oh, is that a UNESCO World Heritage Site you say?!)
The bus ride was quite entertaining as it was showing a Spanish dubbed version of The Office. David Brent’s voice on it was super low and ...
... grand opening of a new ice cream and snack bar by the pool. So, we were very impressed. And after checking things out for the last couple of days, we will be sure to be able to take advantage of all those things.
We have only been able to get to the Centro of Jocotepec and get to the market and plaza where we met some of the Americans that live here, many of whom live in the Roca Azul subdivision. Of course, everyone spoke very highly of ...
... lake is a town called Jocotepec. Chalapa is 23 km to the east of it and Ajijic is in the middle. There is a road that runs from Joco to Chapala and buses make the trip between them, every 15 to 20 minutes. It is so easy for us to hop on a bus, pay about $.75 and go to any of the villages that are in between these two villages. Each of the villages has its own personality and is very different from any other village.
Jocotepec is known for its ...