One of the things that Kai & I love about Mexico is that people here are always celebrating something. It seems like a week doesn’t go by without an event on the plaza or a parade marching through town. The San Andrés Fiesta, celebrated each year in November by the pueblo of Ajijic, is a great example.
Each year at the end of November the town of Ajijic celebrates their [Read More…]
After an extended break from blogging, I’m sure some of you are wondering where we’ve been and what we’ve been doing, maybe even if we’re alright.
The last time we checked in with you we were renting a place in Ajijic, Jalisco, in order to take a break from cycling. We thought we would only be staying for [Read More…]
Day of the Dead, Chapala, Jalisco, MX
El Día de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead), celebrated in Mexico on November 1st and 2nd is a ritual rooted in indigenous beliefs of an afterlife and in a belief that death is simply a continuance of life on another plane of existence – nothing [Read More…]
Three years ago this month, after building our Tiny House, we left Vermont and headed out in to the world on our bicycles, anxious to build upon a dream to live simply and intentionally. As we put the kilometers under our wheels our lives began changing in ways we never could have imagined.
Today we celebrate not [Read More…]