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... to keep up with the Spanish commentary and games, but still enjoyed the journey. After a couple of hours we reached our destination, which oddly enough wasn't the town of Tequila but instead the nearby Amatitan. Amatitan is in the tequila making designated area and the Herradura factory we'd be visiting is one of the most famous, but it was still a little disappointing not the visit the actual town! Once off the train we were treated to a tour of the factory, ...
Last night "'NEITHER WIND NOR RAIN" could dampen the spirits of the Ajijic community. Although most of the Expats stayed home snuggled in their homes not so for the Mexicans. All the festivities went on as planned. The Mariachi played,the Ballet Folklorico danced, Speakers called out the "El Grito" (The Cry) ...
... and then drinks at two different jazz bars.
I was up early the next day to go on my Tequila tour, and we arrived at the Tres Mujeres tequila farm at around 10am. Our tour guide, along with the main man Don Rafita, took us around ...
... gated communities.
4. A 1950's feel about the people and their community.
5. The medical care is extraordinary.
6. Cab fare is amazingly cheap as well as bus fares.
7. That Guadalajara is 35 minutes away with an airport and shopping.
8. The weekly markets in Ajijic and Chapala.
9. The restaurants in town offer a great variety of foods at exceptional prices !
10. The low cost of living.
TOP TEN REASONS NOT TO BE ...
... an elaborate Peace Parade that winds its way through town and ends up in a park near the lake for a football soccer) game. This parade isn't quite like the Rose Bowl parade but what a lot of crazy fun it turned out to be.
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As you can see by the pictures, there was a lot of ...