Travel Blogs from Tapalpa
... Oouuugh! I had a hard time there. But after I explained that it was a gift for my friend and his family, that it was the parents of my mother who produced it and it was worth much much less than 300 US$, they let me go. I had to open my suitcase and show them the cans, but at least, I managed not to get them taken away! Then, Jorge picked me up and we took that ...
... The table next to us apparently had some kind of celebration which was the perfect occasion for the Mariachi to play a few songs. But Mexican's seem to live music. The senior couple at our neighbours table couldn't help but dance to the music. Again, it is always a delight for me to see this. If there would be one thing that I would like to integrate from this culture into mine, it would be the passion for music and ability to move my hips fluently.
But enough ...
Our dear friend Olga from the States(originally from Guadalajara) has a brother who lives in our area of Lake Chapala. Last week Manuel and his wife Maria dropped in for a visit and offered to take us up into the mountains to see their country home which consists of three cabins in the village of Ferreria de Tulu about a two hour drive from Ajijic.
The village of Ferreria de Tulu located high on ...
... shop, Jesus Sotoa, local
helicopter mechanic and sheet metal guy, spotted the glider, and
pulled over to chat with us. He has a good friend that flies. He gave
us lots of information on flying in the area, his ph. # and wants us
to contact him if we need anything. Its just so nice to see how many
people are more then willing to help us out with
anything, flat tire, accomodations, directions, information, or just
like to chat ...
... used in the structure. The columns that were made of carved lava in Colima, were made of wood in Tapalpa and wooden beams replaced the stone arches. But the resulting pleasant covered walkways were still in use. A tower with two visible clocks, disagreeing on the time caught my eye. For your information, neither clock was correct. We bought a bottle of a local wine called ponche made with pomegranate and local ...
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Other places to stay in Tapalpa
Capulin 54 Barrio del Salto, Tapalpa | Hotelfrom $57