Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... for any RV so take it slow and on your way out watch out for low hanging branches which I'm going to report back to Teo.
Got back into Ajijic midday Monday and RV is back in storage until the next adventure.
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... burn you. This is the best month to enjoy the outdoor pool, if you like your water warm, like I do.
In June and July, Lake Chapala remains in the high 80’s, rarely going over 90. The nights stay cool in the 60’s with some pretty dramatic rain storms that can last for hours and can knock out electricity. There is the occasional day time storm, but will not last long. The sun will replace the clouds to dry things up rather quickly. ...
Disclaimer: This Journey is based on my vantage point and all people mentioned here with their actions, are in good humour. No Animals were Harmed.
Friday,31st August, salary ka din, shaam ko 7 baje chawl me pahuchkar, goggles,jacket,
t shirts aur saare zarooree saamaan dhoondne lage, mai aur Kumud
awashti. bhai ne 20 min me ghee waale tadke ke khichdi banayee. Mujhe ...
... s alike. The menu is quite large with lots of variety. Botanas ( snacks) are brought before the meal. The salsa is made right at the table, similar to a caesar salad routine, and wow - with freshly made tortilla chips and that salsa - bottle up this sucker and you've got a President's Choice winner.
Viva Mexico is furnished with equipale tables and chairs in a quaint atmosphere with Mexican touches such as a great wall mural depicting ...
... fruit has been boiled, it is quite tasty. You have to be careful though, as there are at least 3 seeds in each fruit. When we lived in Zamora, we often saw large glass jars for sale containing this fruit.
The fruit has a wonderful smell. In Ajijic, we saw people sewing the raw fruit into a garland, like we do with cranberries. It makes their homes smell nice and Christmas-y.