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We've been wanting to take the motorhome for a little run before we do our first Pacific run sometime this fall. The beach now is Hot and Humid. We left that back in Arkansas! Just west of us is the town of Jocotepec which is at the western end of Lake Chapala Mexico's largest fresh water lake. Lake Chapala is at 5,000 feet elevation. Same as Denver, Colorado. This altitude coupled with the being ...
... on September 15, 1810 by Father Hildalgo for the Mexican community to take up arms and oust the foreign invaders. Children oblivious to the weather chased each other and cracked eggs filled with confetti on each others heads and sprayed each other with foam. The large crowd stayed late until the fireworks were set off.
Today is Mexican Independence day - Here is today's schedule(from ...
... tropical place that is overly populated with millions of others with
similar dreams. Nevertheless, Florida is not limited to the retirees of
America. The tropical land also attracts tourists, foreigners, criminals and
young people looking for work. We had also moved at a time when the housing
industry was booming and people were paying above asking prices for small
I had been to different parts of Florida many ...
... we will need to renew by the end of the month.
We have decided to make Melaque our winter get-away and we feel that it is safer to stay in Mexico than to drive back and forth across the border. We will not have to deal with customs, or risk running in to bad guys up near the U.S. border. Besides, we still have not even come close to visiting al the places on our bucket list; the Mayan ruins on the Yucatan, the Gulf Coast Caribbean beaches, and soe of ...
BE SURE TO LOOK AT THE PHOTOS AT THE BOTTOM!!
Lulu and I took the Chapala Bus on Sunday to Ajijic. But instead of going to the Assembly of God Church, like we usually do, we took a detour to the Ajijic Rodeo Stadium, just down the road. Sorry Pastor, but, we had never seen a charro rodeo, except for what we had seen on TV in Texas. So, we took advantage of the $80 pesos per person entrada and made a ...