Travel Blogs from Mazamitla, Mexico

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More fun hitching ................................, Mazamitla, Mexico travel blog

More fun hitching ................................

A travel blog entry by amazingjourneys

Just accommodation for now................ Accommodation For such a small town Mazamitla offered a good variety of Hotels at affordable rates and all are within easy walking distance of the Zocalo. I chose to stay at Hotel Sierra del Tigre, Reforma No. 3, ...

Squeezing the brakes at 28 MPH, San Diego, Mexico travel blog

Squeezing the brakes at 28 MPH

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... before jumping on our bikes for the exhilarating ride down to Valle de Juarez.The newly paved road we had been on ended a mile out of Mazamitla when we turned off on a narrow potholed road. It was all down hill and we had to squeeze our brakes when we hit ...

Flower Festival Parade, Mazamitla, Mexico travel blog

Flower Festival Parade

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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The Flower Fest was set to begin at 11AM with a parade. The small mountain village was alive with anticipation. Decorated horse carts, kids in costumes, school bands, and pageant queens milled in the town plaza. It was chaos and not really clear which ...

Cosmos, Chamomile and Butterflies, Mazamitla, Mexico travel blog

Cosmos, Chamomile and Butterflies

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... a bag of peanuts. We all grinned. And they really hit the spot. They were the best peanuts we have had in Mexico.....   Mazamitla is another lovely mountain village with red tile roofs, white washed walls, and wooden balconies and accents. Teens were ...

Pleasant Surprise, Cotija de La Paz, Mexico travel blog

Pleasant Surprise

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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... waiters (it was not busy) who wanted to know about our trip. They were fascinated to hear about the many places in Mexico we had visited. They themselves had not ventured far from Cotija. They had completed 12th grade. One had steady girlfriend and the ...

First Month in Mexico, Valle de Juárez, Mexico travel blog

First Month in Mexico

A travel blog entry by luluandal

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... us not to come.   If it were not for staying in contact with the many American expats that lived, or at least frequented Mexico, we probably would have listened to those people, and would have never crossed that border. Then we had Barb & Sal, ...

Hurricane Ernesto is gone, Sunday in the plaza, Valle de Juárez, Mexico travel blog

Hurricane Ernesto is gone, Sunday in the plaza

A travel blog entry by luluandal

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... uncomfortable hot, humid, sticky weather that may be happening elsewhere. That is why we decided to travel through the Mexico highlands during the summer. We did this because we had some great advice from our ...

A word from Lulu, Valle de Juárez, Mexico travel blog

A word from Lulu

A travel blog entry by luluandal

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... upon enough stars in my life to achieve my hearts desires.    Before you start to read about my new post here in Mexico, I must apologize from the bottom of my heart for all the negative thoughts that I expressed in my last post. Yes, it was a ...

Mexico celebrates Independence Day, Valle de Juárez, Mexico travel blog

Mexico celebrates Independence Day

A travel blog entry by luluandal

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... topped off with FREE food and beverages for everyone!!   Since we didn't get enough, Lulu and I decided to go for more in Mazamitla, where they had their own parade, which had a little bit more than the one in Juarez. They had a few more bands and ...

Rancho las Tres Aguillas (Three Eagles Ranch), Valle de Juárez, Mexico travel blog

Rancho las Tres Aguillas (Three Eagles Ranch)

A travel blog entry by luluandal

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Hacienda Contrerra's owner, Sal, gave us a guided hike up through the corn fields to a local restaurant that looks more like a castle with a huge playground.  This place could be an awesome park for people that would want to come and have a picnic ...

Mexican birthday and the pinata's beheading., Valle de Juárez, Mexico travel blog

Mexican birthday and the pinata's beheading.

A travel blog entry by luluandal

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... have mentioned this before, that most Mexicans have no intention or desire to go to the U.S. They are perfectly content in Mexico. Some of us Americans have this misconception that our borders are crawling with thousands of Mexicans trying to ...

Hike to the Waterfall, Mazamitla, Mexico travel blog

Hike to the Waterfall

A travel blog entry by luluandal

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... altitudes. Needless to say, we worked up the appetite. So on the way back to the RV , we stopped in town at Mazamitla, and found this little lunchanera that served "HAMBURGERS"!! So, Lulu and I each had a hefty cheeseburger, with french fries and ...

Lulu doing the Mariachi Dance??, Mazamitla, Mexico travel blog

Lulu doing the Mariachi Dance??

A travel blog entry by luluandal

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We went to La Troje Restaurant in Mazamitla with Barb & Sal, where the mariachi band entertained us, then Lulu entertained them. And then we took a drive through the ...

Stopped in a Random Roadside Town for the Night, Tamazula, Mexico travel blog

Stopped in a Random Roadside Town for the Night

A travel blog entry by stanvan

Miles: 3,644 Miles Per Gallon: 21.4 Turns out it was a pretty quaint town that felt legit and down to earth.  The people were friendly and talkative.  The plaza was huge and shady.  The food was cheap and delicious.  We ate like ...

GAUDALAJARA AND MEXICO CITY, GAUDALAJARA, Mexico travel blog

GAUDALAJARA AND MEXICO CITY

A travel blog entry by burtonx2

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HAVE BEEN INTO GAUDALAJARA TWICE NOW - IT IS A CITY OF 9 MILLION, THE SECOND LARGEST CITY IN MEXICO - IT IS SUPPOSEDLY THE MOST MEXICAN CITY IN MEXICO - IT WAS FOUNDED IN THE 1500`S AND THERE ARE MANY HISTORIC BUILDING DATING BACK TO THE 1500`S AND ...

BACK IN CHAPALA - A TOWN OF 20,000, CHAPALA, Mexico travel blog

BACK IN CHAPALA - A TOWN OF 20,000

A travel blog entry by burtonx2

... IN CHAPALA FROM MEXICO CITY.  IT SORT OF FEELS LIKE BEING BACK HOME AGAIN. AM GOING TO PORTO VALLARTA TOMORROW. COMMENTS ON MEXICO CITY: SAW THE PYRAMIDS NORTH OF MEXICO CITY - THE LARGEST IS AS LARGE AS THE LARGEST PYRAMID IN EGYPT - CLIMBED TO ...

CHAPALA, ABOUT CHAPALA AND THE ENGLISH SPEAKING COMMUNITY, Mexico travel blog

CHAPALA

A travel blog entry by burtonx2

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... OF AGE. WHEN ASKED HOW MANY HAD DRIVEN THERE OVER 1/2 PUT UP THERE HANDS. IT WAS AN INFORMATION SESSION ON LIVING IN MEXICO AND CHAPALA. IN CHAPALA, THERE IS ALSO:  - A CANADIAN CLUB.  - AN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.  - AN AMERICAN ...

Meandering through Mazamitla, Mazamitla, Mexico travel blog

Meandering through Mazamitla

A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw

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As prearranged, we met our neighbour Serge in Tapalpa and he drove us back down the mountain and over to Mazamitla, another "Magic Town" in the area. The carpentry in Mazamitla is skilled but rough as though it was handmade but with a pattern. There ...

Mazamitla - Aztec city founded 1165, Mazamitla , Mexico travel blog

Mazamitla - Aztec city founded 1165

A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge

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... to Lake Chapala.   From there we proceeded up the mountain climbing another 2,000 feet up to the quaint village of Mazamitla.  It was like visiting another country. Known as the little Switzerland of Mexico, the first thing we noticed as ...

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