Fiesta Inn Coatzacoalcos
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Travel Blogs from Coatzacoalcos
... float. This year is no exception. Congratulations Rodrigo and Lalo!!! Also true to form we came back drenched in flour and confetti. Saw many friends in and at the parade. The parade gets bigger every year as does every other festival in Ajijic. Our little village will be unrecognizable in a 10 years it is growing so fast. Not sure that is a good thing but we PRESS ON!!!! VIVA MEXICO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
... from them. Oh well..
We are located about
40 minutes to Guadalajara and about
50 minutes to Jocotepec, where Roca Azul is located. Vila Carona is a small
typical Mexican town, with all the usual points of interest; a centro plaza
with big Catholic Church, a weekly tianguis (market) and several local eateries
specializing in Mexican cuisine. The weather is very similar to Lake
Chapala, dry mid 80’s during the
day and high ...
... allows you to stay in their country for up to 5 years as a temporary resident, which is our current visa status. Then you must switch over to a permanent resident or leave and return again as a visitor. So, we can take up to another 3-years to decide what to do. I can see us living out our “retirement” years somewhere down here. I absolutely love the weather. There is no comparison to any other place we have been. Coupled with the ...
... 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 ...
... clay - right through to final (before he fired the piece) design on these small but very Mexican bird/water whistles. In my mind a good deal at $2.40US each.
From there Martin took us to the church right next door to his home that was constructed in the 1700's by the indigenous people. He actually spoke to the construction and design of the facade, drawing all but the entire front of the church in the sand, ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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