Ajijic Suites

Calle Hidalgo #72, Ajijic, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Inn
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Carnaval

A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge

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Wow does time fly???!!! Carnaval time once again in Ajijic complete with parades and always the highlight of the parade the Innovation Salon's float. This years theme "Alice in Wonderland" complete with Johnny Depp! These guys go all out every year and ALWAYS seem to top the ...

San Sebastian Day

A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge

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... was Christian he had him tied to a tree and shot with arrows. This is why San Sebastian is always depicted in this manner tied to a tree with arrows sticking out of him. A prominent woman in the city went to retrieve the body and found him still alive. She then took him to her home and nursed him back to health. During this recovery he cured a blind girl and ...

Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge

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... thinking it could be a very solemn occasion. But were we ever wrong. In true Mexican style is was a celebration and party! Families worked hard by decorating and placing the favorite foods, clothes, drink and pictures of the departed on the graves. Four or five bands played simultaneously. A mass was conducted. Food and drink were brought in for picnics and also ...

Globos

A travel blog entry by steveandgeorge

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... these beautiful creations and many caught fire before they had a chance to take flight. Some burst into flame just after lift off and others waited until just above the viewing stands to give the onlookers a terrible scare. I did not see anyone actually injured but there was a very good possibility of it. As I have said in the past this event could have never taken place in the U.S.
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How we chose a new place to live

A travel blog entry by luluandal

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... the cold winters and the constant traffic congestion. The
hurricanes were not even an issue, since one had not passed us the entire time
we lived there. And that was a big reason that our friends and family would give us to not move there.

One of my peeves is finding rude or arrogant people. And it seems that Mexico is a central
magnet for many of those people that happen to be American or Canadian. Most Mexicans we come ...

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