The Ajijic Tamale Maker’s Story

November 16, 2013

I’ve found that the Mexican people are hard working people that are self reliant, entrepreneurial as a rule in addition to being family oriented.

I want to share one Mexican man’s story shot on the street in the village of Ajijic Mexico.

I hope you enjoy the mini story of the Tamale Maker, Tu amigo, Sid

5.0 out of 5 stars How to live a Caviar lifestyle on a tuna fish pension, July 22, 2013
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Have read Sid’s blog for about a year. To refind info we had to flip thru posts to glean info we had seen or to find new info.
In this book it was laid out in a organized order. Also it was a good read.
I have been looking for a year at Chapala and the wife and mother-in-law a lot longer.
We bought other books, but this is the best.
We are leaving next week to go to Chapala, to see if we fit there.
See you Sid.
P.S. Loved the embedded QR codes (abbreviated from Quick Response Codes) with the info about different places and data. Thanks again.

  • Robertica

    Love the interview with Noe. Will be retiring with my husband to Ajijic in 9 months after a lifetime of working. Can’t wait. Been reading and following Sid and other blogs, posts etc. for over two year. Thanks for sending, keep sending them!

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