Villa Eucaliptos B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as cool by any stretch of the imagination, it came as a relief to escape the humidity and tropical temperatures of the coast. In the evening Jaime showed me around the city as we ate jicaletas (giant slabs of jicama on a stick and drizzled with the standard lime and chilli combination which all fruits are served with here). We also came across a clutter of stray cats in an overgrown abandoned space between two abandoned buildings with ...
... 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.
... Giving up one's seat on a bus for the elderly, the blind, and pregnant women is common courtesy. 36. Mexicans call waiters joven (literally, young man) no matter how old they are. Call a female waitress "señorita" (miss) or "señora" (ma'am), if you know she is married. Ask for "la cuenta, por favor" (the check, please) when you want the bill; it's usually considered rude for a server to bring it before a customer asks for it. 37. Have a Little ...
... to go with them.
The Chapala street market is held every Monday with the Ajijic market on Wednesdays. It's a great spot to get your basic veggie needs and certain meats (if they're on ice) and fish - amazing prices with things like 2kgs of tomatoes - $1.00 (US) and Jumbo Shrimp - 2kg - $10.00.
Wednesday was my golf day at Country Club de Chapala with Randy and a few other local guys originally out of the U.S. Randy kindly ...
... Lila Downs that, if I had a thousand dollars of discretionary spending available, I would've bought. Maybe he'll still have it in a few months. After our admiration, we all went to check out some more art at the Museum of the Dead - an Aguascalientes can't-miss feature. This place spanned time, from American ancient artifacts to contemporary art, all revolving around the theme of death. It was extremely fascinating, ...