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A Walk Through The Streets Of Ajijic
"Forget wondering what life is really like in Mexico, read "El Ojo del Lago" and get a first hand look through the eyes of the largest English-speaking community living outside Canada and the U.S. today."
Mexico's Leading English Language Publication
Herbert Piekow writes about “A Uniquely Mexican Holiday” by exploring the history of Dias de los Muertos.
FROM GHOULIES AND GHOSTIES AND LONG-LEGGETY BEASTIES AND THINGS THAT GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT, GOOD LORD DELIVER US!
Lorin Swinehart gets in the spirit of the season, by sharing some experiences to stimulate your imagination.
Xill Fessend writes a review of Susa Silvermarie’s book of poetry, “Poems for Flourishing.”
Humorist Tom Nussbaum explores his television shopping obsession.
Jaltepec undergoes changes.
Judy Dykstra-Brown writes about “The New Intruder” in her life.
In his first submission to the Ojo, J.A, Garcia Torres shares part of his memoir.
Margaret Porter introduces us to a new organization at Lakeside that helps young girls find their way to success.
An Opinion Article by Michael Coss.
Barbara Hildt writes an opinion piece on “No More Losers.”
Don Beaudreau writes an article in which he traces some little known history about “Gone With the Wind.”
William Mesusan explores the daily life of a woman in Ajijic circa 1946.
“There is but one solution to the intricate riddle of life; to improve ourselves, and contribute to the happiness of others.”
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