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Sunday December 17 2017

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Zacatecas is Filled with both People and Energy

In the dreamy dusk, we hear the soft sounds of the fountain in the luxuriant garden across from our hotel and smell the sweet Mexican tuberose which only blossoms as evening descends. Petals from the purple jacarandas drift down, littering the cobblestones in a confetti of color. It is a lush, full night in beautiful Zacatecas and the garden enti...

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Tequila: The Town and The Tastes

Tequila, Jalisco, México.- One hour west of Guadalajara, we are in tequila country, anchored by the town of Tequila. As we make the turn off Highway 15 and into this charming place, we are greeted by rows and rows of proud, blue agave plants, their spiky crowns pointing to the bright, hot sun. Once in the town, there is much to see, including ...

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Real de Catorce, an Eagles Nest

The town of Real de Catorce is located in the heart of the Catorce mountain range, in the state of San Luis Potosi, on the north of Mexico. It is 2,750 meters above sea level and the main access route is through a tunnel 2,300 meters long. Founded in the year of 1779 due to the discovery of rich silver mines, which led a crowd of miners and adv...

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Antiquing from San Miguel de Allende to Oaxaca

With the extension of the Arco Norte toll road to within an hour’s drive of San Miguel de Allende, aficionados of antiques visiting central and southern Mexico now have easier access to four key centers for exploring, marveling and buying: the roadside shops and expansive yards of collectibles on the highway leading out of San Miguel; the renow...

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Safety in Ajijic-Chapala: a Different Perspective

“Mexico is many Mexicos” quoted Mrs. Ana Maria Salazar during a lecture she delivered recently at a conference attended by a number of important foreign residents in Ajijic. Mrs. Ana Maria Salazar is a well known lecturer, an expert in Total Safety and Titular in several TV and Radio shows. She was invited to speak at the conference by Mul...

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Bernal: A Pueblo Mágico

Sometimes in the evenings, after the sun has set behind the monolith that towers over the small village of San Sebastián Bernal, animus or restless souls, who sleep in the small graveyard near the old chapel, rise up and move quietly through the quiet streets. The animus mean no harm, they are just continuing what they did when alive. “T...

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Discovering Bahía de Kino

Why Kino? We like Kino because it is very laid back and relaxed. The only time of the year that it is crowded is Semana Santa (Easter Week). In Bahía de Kino you will not find any of the fast food chains or hotels in Kino. No McDonalds, no Holiday Inns. Just 6 miles of beautiful beach, friendly people, good food and peace and quiet. Kino is a t...

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Guaymas, Where the Sun Rises with Pleasure

The Guaymas - San Carlos destiny is placed 75 miles away from Hermosillo, the Capital of Sonora, and 242 miles from the United States' border; by its characteristics is considered the principal tourist center of the State. It has privileged natural attractions, impressive landscapes formed by an exceptional combination of desert, sea and mountai...

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Affordable Oaxaca as a Locale for any Fiesta

They say that Mexicans really know how to party. Here in Oaxaca we do it in spades, part of a longstanding cultural tradition, and because it’s affordable. What you would love to do back home in the US or Canada but can’t because it would cost $50,000, or more, you can do here in Oaxaca for $10,000, or less, with a large glossy photo album...

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San Miguel: Art Golf Love

The mention of San Miguel de Allende brings wonderful thoughts and visions of tranquility, Spanish plazas, narrow cobblestone streets and warm memories. This popular, enchanting little town is one of the string of cities linked together as part of the colonial route with historic reference to battles and events that shaped the independence of...

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