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... with a average depth of 15 feet and a maximum depth of 34 feet. It is fed by the Rio Lerma, Rio Zula, Rio Huaracha and Rio Dueuro rivers, and drained by the Rio Grande de Santiago.
It was a great day to be on the water although the "happy gas" (bromine) seemed to cloak some of the neighboring mountains in mist. Some lunch, some drinks and some tunes made for a terrific day. Thanks to both Eloy and ...
... party, and while a family may seem to be poor in some instances, occasionally you will see a very updated sound and music system. It really is that important. 13. In many situations, punctuality is less important than it is for people elsewhere. Showing up exactly on schedule for a party or gathering is undesirable. 14. Slow Down -- The "mañana time" stereotype is mostly true. Life obeys slower rhythms, and "on time" is a flexible concept. Arriving 30 minutes ...
... everyone to back the Netherlands but I'm not having much success with that.
Today after a very hot shower we called our cabbie, Mory, to pick us up and take us down to the Tenguis (Street Market) in Ajijic. We needed to restock our vegetables and get some of those jumbo shrimp that I had last time we were in town. The first order of business was breakfast for two ($10.00) and then walk the market. This ...
... br> With no sleep for the past 24 hours we were keen to get a nice shower and some shut-eye but it seemed that we had NO hot water. What could I do - I needed a shower badly. The pool at the complex must have HOT water I thought - so off we treked - setting off down the hill in the complex to the pool area - they must have a shower.
Yes they did. Turning the taps - again nothing but cold (ok cool) water. I thought I need this badly ...
... to say she MIGHT have a place. It was not on the market yet and she didn't have a contract to rent it, blah, blah, blah, but she know the owners, and yes we could see the place as we drove through on our way to PV..... well she couldn't show it as she had a wedding to go to but her associate could show it, more blah, blah, blah. Time for plan B. Nina had found a place in San Miguel de Allende (SMA) that ...