Hotel Ajijic - Plaza Suites & Spa
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... to the Tenguis to pick up whatever we needed to feed the eight of us.
Tonight is Happy Hour Wednesday so apparently we've got 23 people again for dinner. The great thing is that I finally get to go back to TANGO - what I consider to be the best restaurant in Ajijic - hopefully the FLAP steak from Argentina is still on the menu.
Yup - had the Flap steak last night and it's truly a great tasting piece of meat. I sat next to a new couple (Dick ...
... your bags to your door, it is nice to tip them. 45. If you are sitting at a table with local people, wait until your host starts eating first. 46. DO take off sunglasses and hats if entering a church. 47. Really slow down the car upon approaching a Tope (speed bump). 48. Keep looking at your feet when walking on a Mexican sidewalks. 49. Wash your veggies in Microdyne - BEFORE consumption. 50. Don't get upset with big scorpions on the floor at night - it's the little ones that hurt ...
... bangers - it's really kind of enjoyable given that we don't get that kind of weather on the west coast.
Tomorrow is another day of golf with Randy again. It seems that based on my score Wednesday the guys felt that they were in no danger - so I could be invited back even thought I out drove most of these guys by about 100 yards per hole. Updates will be provided at the next opportunity.
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... As we approached the tent we walked down a promenade of greenery which lead to the seated bride and groom. We were warmly greeted by the young couple and left a little package which would join the huge array of presents already surrounding the couple. The music began and there was a traditional first dance of the new bride and groom. Next Isabel(brides mother) danced with her new son in law and ...
... kids swing a little nursery rhyme is sung that at the end the kid loses his turn at the bat. As the Piņata is broken an adult rakes the contents out and there is a mad dash of wild eyed, screaming kids toward the treasure. No kid went home empty handed. At least seven or eight Piņatas were brought out. For weeks the ladies across the street from our house have been busy making these ...