Ajijic and Lake Chapala

Having just sold my house and guesthouse in January, this was a celebratory trip. I wanted to go somewhere very far away, be disconnected since I didn't need to be reachable by guests or for bookings anymore, I wanted to use my Delta miles, and I was hoping to get a home exchange. I considered... Continue Reading →

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Sayulita!

I'd recently read about the town of Sayulita in a book called Gringos in Paradise, and it sounded pretty cool. I'm not a resort-type of person, so the fishing and surfing village of 4,000 residents made up of a mixture of Mexicans and Gringos sounded like a much better spot for my first trip to... Continue Reading →

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