Capilla, Ajijic Mexico
Music is freely distributed in our small town...and is usually available to the masses. Case in point...a free classical guitar concert by maestro Robert Wetzel from San Diego, CA. in our lovely Capilla in Ajijic.
Robert Wetzel, Classical Guitar Concert
A typical day here can involve almost anything...so we started the day with a little work on our garden/farm plot...digging the first few metros of land, planting small starter plants of squash and pepinos, as well as maiz, beet, cilantro and watermelon seeds.
Fiesta En Tlaquepaque
Our next stop was a return trip to Tlaquepaque, which was having its annual Fiestas Patronales. We collected our dear friend Charis and headed to town.
One of the old haciendas, of historic note, was open to the public for a fiesta celebrating the founding of the city of Tlaquepaque. We were warmly invited in to help celebrate.
Comida en El Albajenio
As is usally the case, we were hungry and after excellent artesania shopping darted ino El Albajenio, one of the oldest eateries in Tlaquepaque for an authentic Mexican comida, complete with Mariachi musica.
I believe we are currently in search of the best Flan in Mexico...and this sample ranked right up there with the best, as can be seen on Brad's pleased expression. This particular flan was covered in cajeta and walnuts...yum!
Tlaque Street Art
As always, artists have free reign in this kingdom and their work can be seen everywhere, especially in their street art.
Election Day at the Central
A special voting location was setup for people from outside the Chapala area...so we Guadalajara registered folk didn't have to drive out of town to cast our vote.