Hotel Posada de la Media Luna
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... balance of the night. I think that a good time was had by all.
Tomorrow we're out on Lake Chapala in a pontoon boat. Even though the water level in the lake might be lower than normal Eloy is going to try and launch it. So we're meeting John at 10:30 and then we'll head out to the yacht club to see if we can get this going.
Updates will follow tomorrow.
... for several places that provide dinner specials and music all week long, so I expect that this little town will be quite active in the evening. We are also hoping that we may be able to get a gig in while we are here, but like so many places, they already have their entertainers lined up for the month. Which we understand, as we would do the same for six months out. But, it will be worth a shot.
The Lake Chapala region seems to be a very beautiful part ...
... mix. Mine was gone in two seconds and I continued to eye Deborah's until she finished the last drop - amazing. Best margie so far this trip. Deb had a cheese fondue, cooked in the volcanic stone bowl and I had the beef fajitas and tortilla soup (this has been exceptional each and every time I order this down here).
The ride home was again enjoyable, particularly Phil's story about airline rage on a recent trip into GUAD, ...
... rugs and its 16th century buildings. It is a 1/2 hour drive away from Ajijic. San Juan de Cosala is halfway between Joco and Ajijic and is known for its healthful thermal water spas. Ajijic, has a large number of expats living here, and is known as an artist's community. It has a population of about 15,000 people. There are lots of wonderful activities offered here, horseback riding and hiking and theatre and art events. Something for everyone. Chapala is ...
... to speak and understand Spanish.I guess that that is understandable considering we don't hear or use it for 8 months. By starting our trips with a week or two of Spanish lessons, it really helps to get us back into the groove and move forward a little with our ability to communicate with others. We also enjoy meeting new people who are either teaching or studying Spanish. An option that most language schools offer is to stay with a local family. Usually we are pretty pampered ...
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