TRAVELLING IN MEXICO!

I am beginning to get the itch to travel but, at this point in time, I don't trust international travel at all. The rules are very inconsistent. I hope it will become easier by the Spring… but with new variants emerging, who knows!! Three of us are flying to Mexico City for six days over... Continue Reading →

FEW WORDS…LOTS OF PICTURES!!

I just loved the Day of the Dead festival: lots of activities, parties all over town, and very respectful in honoring friends and family that have passed. The cemeteries were full of people celebrating in a very quiet, loving way. As far as I am concerned, this festival should be copied all over the world.... Continue Reading →

CONTINUATION OF MY LIFE IN MEXICO!

All is well: COVID-19 is much better now and the numbers are down. I am giving a series of workshops at The Lake Chapala Society talking about my travels (see flyer below). It should be fun; the society is on a beautiful property where the ex-pats join for Spanish classes, wine-tasting, concerts, food, etc. Sunsets... Continue Reading →

LIFE IN AJIJIC MEXICO!

I have been here for just over a month, and it has been very busy. I seem to have a very active social life here...breakfasts, dinners, music, etc. COVID is definitely around: Six people from Namaste—where I lived before—tested positive, and two other people I know have it. One young man from the USA is quite sick in ICU at the hospital, so I am very... Continue Reading →

PICTURES OF NEW HOME IN AJIJIC!

I have moved into my own apartment, right in the center of town. It's quiet and within walking distance of everywhere, except Wal-mart…ha! ha! It has one bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen and entrance room—quite big for me who is used to living in one room!! I keep losing stuff in the rooms. It is... Continue Reading →

MEXICO…LOTS OF DRAMA!

Well, I arrived in Ajijic, Mexico. Tough trip with confusing information about which airport terminals, mixed up gates, crowded KLM plane, terrible food, and very late planes. I arrived in Guadalajara at 2:00am after taking three planes. Luckily my friend Dan hung around to wait for me, which was really appreciated. We drove to Ajijic... Continue Reading →

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