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Travel Blogs from Guadalajara
... two giant peaks of the Sierra Madre range gives this area a climate that is called "Eternal Spring" National Geographic Magazine did a study and rated Lake Chapala #2 in the world behind some place in Kenya. Low humidities and moderate climate make this area ideal and the largest community of Canadian and American expats. May is the only hot month when temperatures soar to around 90. Some ...
... burn you. This is the best month to enjoy the outdoor pool, if you like your water warm, like I do.
In June and July, Lake Chapala remains in the high 80’s, rarely going over 90. The nights stay cool in the 60’s with some pretty dramatic rain storms that can last for hours and can knock out electricity. There is the occasional day time storm, but will not last long. The sun will replace the clouds to dry things up rather quickly. ...
... Lulu got to go see her first professional soccer game this past weekend in Guadalajara. She has been influenced by the media's reports of soccer game violence, so she was a little apprehensive on going in to such a large city and walking in to a stadium that holds as many people as a small city. But with a little persuasion and assurance of her safety, we were soon on our way.
However, our first hurdle was how to get to Guadalajara and to a hotel ...
... br> 1. Sidewalks and cobblestoned roadways - You are always looking at your feet when walking
2. The need to wash your vegetables in iodine / water to ensure no stomach upsets.
3. Mopeds with very hot mufflers.
4. The bugs and bites that I seemed to get every day.
5. The Cartel wars.
6. The weather is boring, every day is sunshine and more sunshine.
7. Spanish is on all the food products in the stores, so it's hard to know what you buy.
... in the Ajijic sun, getting caught up in their reading and had a little R and R from their busy lives. We went out once a day to experience some of the great restaurants that are close by and made sure that we visited the Secret Garden restaurant for Huevos Cubanos (Cuban Eggs) which are a family favourite.
We walked on the malecon, visited the Six Corners where we lived before, met up with our Ajijic friends and shopped at the Wednesday open air ...
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking