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... procession of costumed figures, bands, horses, ... ... ... some representing the "La Catrina" paraded from the cemetery to the main plaza in Ajijic where many shrines were set up (including our's). Some of my friends from the Orquesta Axixic formed a group of singers who sang songs at each shrine. It made the night very special to all of us.
Here are some photos from the past few days.
... there is always some event going on. I stop at the desk to get my boarding pass printed by the hotel and they call for a taxi. 140 pesos for this trip to the bus station. I'm on my own now as very few Mexicans here speak English once I leave the hotel. A half hour ride to the bus station and bad news. My senior discount of 50%25 off is only for Mexican citizen so I pay full price - $38. They give me a free bag lunch and we're off and it's 11:45am. Now the bus trip ...
... tour, which describes in detail the process from the agave plant to the final distilled product that we buy in our local liquor store.
On the tour Miryam talks to a couple. She tells her the group she is with has come from Indianapolis for the wedding of her daughter, Carmen. Her side of the family is from Guadalajara, so they planned the wedding to be in her home town. It’s a very appealing ...
... I don't think anyone was hurt. It is times like this when you realize that Ajijic has not lost its Mexican people or flavor. We were some of the few "Gringos" there last night. Seven more days and counting!!
Thanks George for all the pictures and Videos. My camera was on the blink. Most post we both contribute to these.
Here are some photos from our tour around the lake. If you look at the map, you can see where we went. You may have to adjust the scale.
Jamay - famous for a monument dedicated to Pope Pious IX
Poncitlan - Gail and I shared a molcajete, yummy ...