dia ocho - We stayed at an amazing b&b in Tapalpa and had an amazing breakfast with some amazing people. So if I had to summarize my Tapalpa experience in one word, no surprise here: amazing. I bought some souvenirs and things to bring home to my family in the village. I am especially pleased with the wooden map of Mexico puzzle I am bringing home for my 2-year-old son Ezra and the colorful hand-knit sweater with sea creatures on it that I found for my 3-and-a-half-year-old daughter Emma.

We drove back to Guadalajara this evening and enjoyed one last Mexican dinner before saying goodbye to Kate, the multi-lingual, multi-talented intern who did such a great job planning everything out for us while we were in Mexico. We are staying at a hotel right at the airport for our last night since we have to be at the airport ready to travel at 5 AM tomorrow.

I am tired so I will have to keep this post brief. I will talk to you in person very soon.