Photo Essay Chapala
Chapala, Jalisco is eleven kilometers (7 miles) from Ajijic, an easy taxi ride or bus trip. To take a taxi it was 50 pesos, to take the bus it was 10. I usually took whatever came first. But the bus rides could be quite an adventure. They were always crowded and some times if you got a local they got off into the neighborhoods and the traversed the narrow cobblestone streets.
Chapala is a pretty little town a little larger than Ajijic and is a bit nicer. A lot of of tourists come down to visit from Guadalajara which is about 50 KM away. It is nestled between the mountains on one side and Lake Chapala on the other.
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The photos in this wonderful post took me on a virtual holiday, which was particularly lovely experience whilst in lockdown.
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So nice to hear from you Charlotte! Thank you for the kind words. Stay safe!
Beautiful photos and a lovely way to feel a sense of adventure, especially in these stressful times. It’s good connecting with you and thank you for following Eugi’s Causerie.
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Looks like a beautiful place
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