Ajijic Guest House

11, Ajijic, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 45920, Mexico | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Ajijic

Dinner with Friends

A travel blog entry by forsterb


Tonight was a good night. Dinner with friends on the patio here at Casa Forster. With eight people for dinner it called for desperate measures. We had to move the mahogany table and five chairs out to the patio to accommodate everyone.

We had John & Catherine, Don and Dale and Eloy and Ginger over for Deb's Creamy Baked Chicken, Vegetables on the BBQ with Fettucine ...

50 Things I've Learned in Mexico

A travel blog entry by forsterb


... making a purchase…not an artisan, however. Your best bet during that type of “negotiation” is to smile and walk away after they state the price. Say "gracias," and leave. If they’re willing to barter for their artwork, they will start the process. I usually say, “Gracias. Esta muy bonita,” and walk away. Sometimes they will state a lower offer; sometimes they will let you walk away. 31. In a gathering, you must greet each ...

Busy as Bees in Mexico

A travel blog entry by forsterb


It's been quite a few days since I've been able to find the time to put together an update. We've been a busy as bees - there are just too many things that happen here in Ajijic. Some planned and some very spontaneous. I know that I said I would update the details of the tennis match but it just didn't take place. One of our friends in Tennessee wondered if I had died during the match because there was no recent blog entry. Thankfully not. It seems that ...

In Hot Water

A travel blog entry by gallery79


... we met 3 local girls who were producers, directors, writers, actors, and cinematographers...and anything else that had to do with film making. While talking with them, Tek was making an insect out of a wad of gum and toothpicks, to accompany our chapolines. Chapolines are fried and salted crickets...beer snacks. They definitely have the Ew factor because...well...they're crickets. Ew! But once you try them ...

Lakeside Sax Quartet performs at Te Para Dos

A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge


... play lead Alto, I would second Alto, Rob Fedorak Tenor and Mike Leisenbach Bari. The five of us planned to get together the next week and after four rehearsals last night was the first performance of the "Lakeside Sax Quartet".

We were invited by Gustavo Medeles owner of the new tea house Te' Para Dos which translates to "Tea for Two" to be the entertainment last ...


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