El Chante Spa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... beach or tourist destinations. We will find out on our first trip up north. We want to go during the warm weather and get back here before the cold weather arrives.
In the mean time, we have not been completely still. Lulu did a show in Melaque beach this winter. The Concha del Mar Restaurant paid her for the 5 hour drive, the 3 day hotel and the show itself, plus tips. Since we did not go there this year, ...
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 ...
IF YOU PREFER NOT TO READ about the Lake Chapala weather and our experience here in Mexico, please skip the article and go to the bottom of the page to view our photographs. Just click on the first one then browse through the rest.
First of all, we are SAFE!! The two major storm systems that have caused devastation to some of Mexico have been restricted to the West and East coast, where we are not at. We are several hundred miles ...
... we must stick out like a sore thumb because I don't think we look or dress like a Mexican. But most locals tell us the we do not look American. I continue to be mistaken for a Colombian, Cuban or Spaniard, and Lulu gets mistaken for a Mexican. Usually they will pick up on my accent when I speak Spanish, and they mistaken me for a Brazilian. But that is because of our physical traits, not our dress. The locals tell us ...
Well, I feel a little stupid now, and I don't know if I should be blaming myself, or if I can pass the blame on to people I have met and asked information from these last 12 weeks. We have been spending a lot of time busing to Ajijic mostly because I have been able to get accurate and reliable information as to locations and dates of fiestas, functions and events that go on there. Unlike trying to get information on these same things here in Jocotepec, which ...