Casa Tres Vidas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The flight down was uneventful and early. Good thing cuz the line out of customs was horrid! Took nearly an hour to get out of the airport. Up shot was that our luggage was waiting for us.
Stepping outside the airport it was very humid, almost unbearable. After a short taxi ride to the condo, all is perfect! The ocean breeze keeps everything cool.
... and I went to a small suburb called Tlaquepaque, which is pretty and filled with artesanal crafts and birthday cake-esk churches. His parents and Grandparents then joined us for lunch at a fancy restaurant with a patio and mariachi!! I had a cazuela, which can only really be described as tequila soup. It's grapefruit soda, fruits and tequila, which sounds normal but it comes in a wide terracotta bowl... Later on we met Manuel's friends again and I tried a cactus beer. It was ...
... smoking cigars in the pool and letting the ash fall in the water. While in the pool some chairs became available so we grabbed them.
For supper tonight we are going to the Italian restaurant. It is the only one with a dress code; so we went back to the room to shower and change.
There were some people in line when we got there and the place seemed a little slow at getting to talk to us. The maître de was bussing ...
... rock that when you looked at it from the side it looked like a face. Almost like it's was the guard of the river, a river that in the rainy season would get very high.
After lunch and a little visit in and around the Chico's paradise area, we drove a little ways up the road in the town to a small Tequila Distillery. Here we learned how they make local organic Tequila. The Tequila we buy back home is made for mass consumption and contains lots of ...
... Looking at Jenny, I would have assumed she was a seal, but we learned that sea lions are different from seals in that they have ears (tiny ones at that). For a "small" fee of $15 a picture, you could take home a fresh print almost immediately after. One-by-one, the kids cautiously approached Jenny and waited with apprehensive looks on their faces until Jenny leaned in and gave them a smooch on the cheek. I asked the attendant in charge of the waiting line if Joanna ...