Last night was so much fun --- well actually it all started in the morning for me! I decided to take advantage of the water aerobics classes that are included with our club membership (included in our rent). The pool area is so tranquil and the views are magnificent. I decided not to take the photo with all of us in the pool, because I wasn't willing to get permission from the 30+ people who were in class! The lake you see is Lake Chapala. The mountains are part of the San Juan Cosala Sierra Madre mountains.
When the rainy season comes, all those hills are completely green and look like broccoli! Just wait. You'll see!
After I came home from exercises, Kris reminded me that today was the day we were going to an afternoon Bach & Mozart concert featuring pianist David Fung. Along with him were an outstanding violinist, a violist, a cellist playing a Mozart Quartet, followed by a small string orchestra for the harpsichord concerto No. 4 in A Major (played on the piano). It was uplifting and very moving. Perhaps my favorite was the encore which was another Bach composition. It was a standing ovation event! This group is just one of many that are performing in a 2-week-long Festival of music here in the Lakeside region.
Then we drove back out to our little town of San Juan Cosala to a very famous restaurant called Viva Mexico! owned and operated by the same man who is on the website here in the Operation Feed video --- Agustin.
There were plenty of people there, but we found a nice table.
If you're a vegetarian or vegan, don't look at my dinner! Look at Kris's dinner! Mine was beef tenderloin with baked potato & sour cream, and a veggie medley of fresh cooked vegetables! Delish! Kris choose a Mexican meal called the "Juanita" that came with lots of veggies, tortillas with cheese, some enchiladas with chicken, guacamole, salsa and rice. And we each had an ice-cold Corona beer! They taste really good here. I will share the price with you below our dinner photo!