One of my favorites at the market :: candied sweet potatoes. YUMMMMMY!
If there’s one thing Kai & I love, it’s good food. And we can find plenty of it around Lake Chapala.
We found an organic vegetable market just down the street from us that happens every Tuesday and that’s become our go-to market every week but when we first arrived we rode the 7 km to Chapala [Read More...]
Riding the “mole hills” out of Tepic.
August 2 – 10th, 2012, Nayarit, Mexico We leave Tepic with our eyes set on the town of Jala, a little over 72 kilometers away (~44 miles). Now that we are 3000 feet above sea level, the weather is bearable. But it doesn’t take us long to realize that we’ve traded insufferable heat and flat roads in for some climbing and heavy [Read More...]
[Did you miss us? After a month off from blogging, we're picking up where we left off. In case you're wondering where we are right now, we're currently hunkered down in a quiet little town in Jalisco, a little over 5,000 feet above sea level, hoping to finish writing our Tiny House eBook. It's an absolutely beautiful time to be here right now [Read More...]
Weaving in and out of traffic, we finally reach the wide shoulders of Highway 15 leading out of Mazatlan. It is hot, we’re thoroughly drenched in sweat and we are leaving later than we’d like, but we’re feeling energetic and hopeful. We’ve been off the bicycles for over a month, waiting for the ferry in La Paz, waiting for visa extensions and [Read More...]
“Pena did not win. IFE (Electoral Fraud Institute) helped him.”
One of the most exciting things we’ve had the opportunity to witness recently is citizen activism in Mexico. On July 1st, Mexicans came out in record numbers to vote in the presidential election – it was the largest voter turnout in their history! Soon after, thousands of people took to the streets throughout Mexico and the world, [Read More...]