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Garments, rebozos, curtains, tablecloths, cushions, pillows & alterations.
The Morales family has been taking the bus to Ajijic from Guadalajara every day for more than a decade to sell these traditional palm baskets & bags from Nacajuca, Tabasco.
El Infierno stays open late near the Ajijic plaza so you can partake in your midnight libations.
This taquería has been serving tacos on the Ajijic plaza at night since the late 1970s.
Legal CBD oil, lotion & ointments delivered several times a week to the Lake Chapala area.
At Ajijic’s cultural center, you can see a play, listen to music, learn to paint or take a workshop.
This annual contest celebrates the tradition of Mexican being served during Lent.
This short hike to a waterfall in the hills north of Ajijic is especially popular (and wet) after it rains.
This 3-day fair, now in its 17th year, brings together almost 100 of Mexico’s finest artisans from all reaches of the country.
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