Angel Flores Guest House
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... last night at dinner. They just arrived in town on Friday and she appears to be a self-confessed "princess" - they're here for 2-months but when asked how it was going she said "I wanna go home now" - I guess it takes a certain type of individual - though I must admit it took Deb and I a good three or four days to feel comfortable in Ajijic. During dinner the skies opened up to the point that there was a small leak that started in the thatched roof that landed ...
It's been a few days since the last blog. Happy 238th anniversary to all my American friends. Hopefully the celebration of your country's independence from Britain went well.
On Friday afternoon, we ended up going to a Democratic party here in Ajijic - there was likely over 200+ Democrats (and a few closet Republicans I'm sure) that had been invited to a large private hacienda on the west side of Ajijic. For a 200Peso entrance fee per ticket, ...
It's Day 2 here in Ajijic and it's like we never left this place two years ago. We had planned to go into Guadalajara with our good friends John and Catherine to fill up the cupboards and refrigerator for the balance of our 29 day here at Casa Forster.
Guadalajara is about a 45 minutes drive to Costco but once you arrive and get inside you'd swear that you were in Costco Abbotsford - except - the hot dog and drink price at on top of was priced ...
... father danced with his daughter the bride. Then the same with the grooms parents they took the second round of dancing. Next comes something I had never seen. At each table was a small red heart shaped pin cushion full of straight pins. These pins play an important role in the next part. As friend take turns dancing with the bride and groom the pins are used to pin money onto the clothing of ...
... There is so much love and effort poured into these works of art it was hard knowing their fate.
After the kids left many of us fortunate were treated to more music and singing and a meat stew called Pozole was served. Traditionally this is a pork stew with red chilies and hominy. Josť's mother served her delicious Pozole with a choice of either pork or chicken bases. The ...