Archive for the ‘Mazamitla’ Category
Oct. 23, 2006 – Here is a selection of photos from that day trip we took to Mazamitla a while back. It really is a nice place!
Sept. 27, 2006 — These are some of the nicest recycling containers I’ve seen in Mexico. They were in a nice neighborhood in Mazamitla and did not seem to be filled with garbage, which I have seen elsewhere… and not just in Mexico!
September 18, 2006 — Mazamitla had quite a few souvenir-type stores. You had to look at a lot of cutesy stuff to find good things, but they were there. If I often served salad to a dozen people, I would have bought a beautiful wooden turned bowl, but I passed on that. My best find [...]
Sept 3, 2006 – Here are some pictures from the church on the plaza of Mazamitla, Jalisco, a town we visited. There was a little alcove devoted to Mary, just to to the right of the front door: Here’s a closeup of Mary: The window of the alcove continues the same theme: Just outside the [...]
Sept. 20, 2006 — Our trusty guidebook Moon Guadalajara: Including Lake Chapala had a few pages on Mazamitla in which a walk to a waterfall was mentioned. It sounded like a few blocks but ended up more like a couple of miles, up and down hilly cobblestone or dirt streets. The waterfall was in a [...]
It’s a short day trip from the Lake Chapala area, where we live, to the delightful mountain town of Mazamitla. It took us under 2 hours each way. Many well-to-do and middle class Guadalajarans have second homes in Mazamitla, or they spend weekends and holidays in some of the rustic knotty-pine cabins that seem to [...]