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Stories and Tips Ajijic

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Fiestas Patronales

Written by piensalo on 01 Dec, 2002

Fiesta! Ajijic is famous for its long Fall and Winter season of parties, starting with the celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day on September 16 and ending with Candlemas Day on February 2.However, the biggest, most whoopdedoo wonderful fiesta time of the year comes at…Read More


A quick tour of San Antonio Tlayacapan

Written by Ponton on 27 Feb, 2004

On the western shore is the sleepy little village of San Antonio Tlayacapan, right out of a storybook with its church, town square, and cobblestone streets. It is here where Dane Chandos wrote the book Village in the Sun, which brought many people to the…Read More


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Day of the Dead Observances

Written by piensalo on 09 Jul, 2002

One of the most significant family observances in the Mexican calendar is the Day of the Dead, November 2. Here in Ajijic this day is observed by the construction of public and private altars memorializing a public figure or a private family member, by…Read More


An 'excelente' place for your retirement

Written by Ponton on 27 Feb, 2004

People from countless countries have chosen Ajijic as their best choice for a retirement. According to historians, the first American came to the area in 1885, but it wasn't until the mid-‘50s that the larger influx of foreigners began. Now it is estimated that more…Read More


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