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If you're shopping for unique, handcrafted pottery, furniture, etc. you should visit the surrounding towns of Guadalajara. You will get something more authentic and less touristy, at a better price. The towns of Tonala and Tlaquepaque are great shopping areas.
Written Jul 5, 2004
I went to near Chapala, Ajijic, and Jocotepec, which boast year round beautiful climate, and rich Mexican culture. Many North Americans who know this not only come to visit, but come and make this area their permanent home. In fact Chapala hosts perhaps the largest community of North Americans (Americans and Canadians), as well as other nationals, than other part in Mexico. Here is a picture of the bus station in Chapala, where I found it relatively easy to travel to and from Guadalajara to the communities which surround Lake Chapala, Mexico's largest lake.
Written Aug 26, 2002
You can still go the next week , even though Nov. 2nd is the day of the dead. Be sure to have a shaved ice of coconut across the street from the park! Raspado de coco - or have one de nuez - nut.
Written Nov 2, 2003
1 Review and 473 Opinions My wife and I have traveled through out Mexico for more than twenty years and one of our favorite...