Last updateFri, 12 Apr 2019 2pm

In sync with Semana Santa

The Easter vacation season is a hectic time in the Ribera de Chapala, but don’t expect the Easter Bunny to bop about hiding colored eggs and leaving baskets filled with jelly beans, marshmallow chickens and chocolates.

Requiem for dying traditions

The Lake Chapala area is rife with cultural activities, many revolving around religious celebrations that give foreign settlers insights into essential human values that make the community tick.

The road to hell

I’ll bet there’s not a single soul in our community who wouldn’t be thrilled to see local thoroughfares put into perfect condition. Life could be so much more carefree if we didn’t have to navigate wobbly cobblestone streets and highways riddled with potholes.