Books, Books, Books!


booksBuy your Christmas presents early this year, and give something that will enrich the lives of everyone who loves Mexico. Choose from three unique portraits of life in days gone by...

VILLAGE IN THE SUN (200 pesos) is a warm-hearted description of life on the shores of Lake Chapala in the years immediately after the war, in the days when a car was an event.

HOUSE IN THE SUN (200 pesos) is a colorful description of life at the Old Posada in  Ajijic, which used to be the kind of Bed & Breakfast they don’t make any more.

CANDELARIA’S COOKBOOK (100 pesos) is an eccentric collection of recipes unlike any other, featuring a Mexican cook and her traditional specialities. It will delight armchair foodies and adventurous chefs in equal measure.

This delightful assortment of oddities can be bought from:

THE LAKE CHAPALA SOCIETY, 16 de Septiembre #16A, Ajijic, Jalisco.

LIBROS Y REVISTAS DE CHAPALA, Madero #230, Chapala, Jalisco

BOOK STORE, Libros y Revistas de Chapala,  Carretera Ote. #54, Interior No. 2, Ajijic, Jalisco.

LA NUEVA POSADA, Donato Guerra #9, Ajijic, Jalisco

Proceeds from the sale of these books go to sponsor worthy students in San Antonio, Tlay who need some financial help.

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