I visited Jiquilpan, Mexico on Saturday November 3, 2018 as the City was in the midst of celebration Dios de los Muertos. Typically celebrated between October 31 and November 2nd – Jiquilpan has a 4 day celebration from the 1st through the 4th.
A celebration that memorializes the dead. Families and communities celebrate the lives of those lost in this life. It is an incredibly beautiful, colorful and sacred Mexican tradition.
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A vastly more purposeful, meaningful, colorful ,and all inclusive celebration that that of the typical American Halloween.
The following is a link to YOU TUBE that uses my photography of this area in August 2018 during a walking tour of the area – Ajijic, Jocotepec, San Juan Cosala and Chapala.
This should NOT be viewed on a DAMN CELL PHONE. Use a tablet, laptop, PC monitor OR stream/cast to your HDTV. Feel free to share with friends/family/others who have interest in Lakeside – on the north shore of Lake Chapala in Jalisco, Mexico.
Ajijic Mexico– Located on the shore of Lake Chapala – the largest body of freshwater in Mexico – at 5,000 feet elevation…It is a gorgeous lakeside garden surrounded by the Sierra Madre mountains. This region is an breathtaking…the people, the food, the architecture, culture, artistry and history are simply delicious. Believe us – Put this experienceon your bucket list. It is a MUST VISIT destination. Enjoy superb accomodations at Hotel Real de Chapala…
The following is a LINK to our photo gallery. These are high quality images NOT intended to be viewed on a cell phone. Use a tablet, pc monitor, laptop, iPad, or stream to your HDTV. Sit back and enjoy. We most certainly did.
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