BEST WESTERN Sierra Mazamitla
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... park, soccer fields, volleyball courts and the like - more than enough to keep the gringo's entertained. This is pretty much adjacent to the Chapala Malecon. Again, as is the case in Ajijic, this is a large boulevard that runs parallel to the lake and on weekends and holidays this is packed with locals and tourists alike.
The lake here is in serious trouble. Despite ...
... strangers. We always seem to find nice people everywhere we go. The secret is to have a positive attitude and only think of good things. Good people and thoughts attract good people and things.
As we leave this wonderful place, I want to wish Salvadore and Barbara the busiest season they ever had. We still have a lot of places we need to see and people we need to meet. We were here during the off-season, so there ...
... roads are exteremnely steep, amd not only did we have some difficulty in walking, but certaion vehicles would have a hard time making some of the climbs. We also found a quiant little church or shrine, deep in to the neighborhhod. The doors were wide open, and the building was made of what looked like some of the same stones that were used for the cobblestone streets. I didin't get too much of a Catholic vibe, so this could very well be a non-denomiational church. Across the ...
... to some internet problems we haven't posted some of our adventures, so I am posting some photos from our Sunday at the plaza in Juarez. There were many people gathered in front of the Catholic Church, and although I can't be sure, it looked like a confirmation going on. (I am a reformed Catholic, so I have experienced confirmations).
And, also being of Portuguese decent, it was quite amusing to see how similar the Mexicans are to ...
... be afraid, as the violence is not targeting ANY tourists. And just like in the United States, we need to be aware of our surroundings and be prepared to react accordingly, depending on the situation. The Colorado movie theatre incident could have occurred anywhere in the world, just as a drive by shooting can happen anywhere. We still feel safe here in Mexico. We remain vigilant, just as we have been for the last year as we drove through many of the United States neighborhoods.