As an Expat I still marvel at the beauty and pace of the people of Mexico. Living at Lakeside, just 45 minutes to Guadalajara – we enjoy the sound of birds twittering, church bells ringing, the clop of horses down our cobblestone streets, and such a vast variety of green and vivid bloom. We enjoy luxury bus trips to Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, the Guadalajara zoo, or to see the Charro’s play ball. Mexican Baseball
Christmas in Mexico is a delight, the entire community gets decorated and our little village strikes up the band.
Our golf club with a view of Lake Chapala, nice paths for dog walking, Spring 2018
The purple blossom tree Jacaranda Beautiful but it causes many to sneeze – take a trip in Feb-March
Socially connected – a Tea Party at mi casa November 2017
Rags rescued us on October 31, 2017 – Lucky Dog finds a perfect mom and dad
Grand theater in Guadalajara ” Teatro Degollado”
Tlaquepaque town square – “El Patio” restaurant has female Mariachi’s.
San Nicolas de Ibarra on National Independence day 2017
"The Lord God has given Me the tongue of disciples, That I may know how to sustain the weary one with a word. He awakens Me morning by morning, He awakens My ear to listen as a disciple." --Isa. 50:4 NASB
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History of San Nicolas de Ibarra, Jalisco, Mexico. Filmed in July 2021 by a realtor who interviewed the Ibarra family. Many of our neighbors have homes in San Francisco, CA.
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