Mexico’s Ancient City–Hi-Tech LIDAR Finds much more Angamuco to visit.
In ancient times, #Angamuco had as many buildings as Manhattan. The #Purépecha people, rivals to the Aztecs, built the city. More than 100,000 people lived there when it was at its peak. That was between 1000 AD and 1350 AD.
#Archaeologists found the 26-square-kilometer site in 2007. For centuries before then, this massive city existed in the heartland of #Mexico without academics knowing it. However, the #indigenous groups may not have forgotten the “lost city”.
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Guadalajara Art Festival Near Ajijic for Medical Tourists to Mexico, Too, & spiders
#Art is therapy for some. Would you come as a #medical tourist in #February? Especially relevant, an art #festival in #Guadalajara is one of many #things to do.
Guadalajara Art Festival Near Ajijic for Medical Tourists–Whole City Is
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Guadalajara Mexico–Medical Tourists with others enjoy the theater. Guadalajara Mexico–Medical Tourists Sight-See Beauty
The second largest city in Mexico is a half hour over the hill from Lake Chapala, Mexico’s largest lake. Chapala’s riviera is home to the biggest expat community of Americans and Canadians. Therefore to serve them, world-class doctors and dentists have settled lakeside.
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Artists Love Lake Chapala Mexico for the reasons medical tourists do.
Some big names have fallen in love with #Lake Chapala’s riviera. Nowadays it’s expats and #medical tourists to #Mexico. Before it was renowned artists.
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Wealthy Snowbirds Flock to Ajijic just like the expats do.
Sun-seeking #retirees who are not pinching pennies escape winter to #Lake Chapala in central Mexico. It’s the country’s largest lake. Its noted for its wonderful #weather and mountain views.
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Medical Patients in Mexico can have fun three new ways.
Here are more #things to do for medical tourists to the Lake Chapala region.
Medical Patients In Mexico: Watch Downhill Taxco
Downhill Taxco is 40+ cyclists racing through the streets of this city in Guerrero. More than 13,000 spectators watched the sixth annual adrenaline-charged event.
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Coffee Fields & Ancient Ruins await expats and medical tourists.
Are you thinking about residing, or getting medical treatment, outside America or Canada? As a medical tourist, check out Mexico. And if you drink java …
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More Mexican Attractions by Lake Chapala for medical travelers.
#Things to do for medical tourists:
More Mexican Attractions: Prospective — Inn Igloo #Kokolo
A prize-winning #ecology center is made of Superadobe. It offers guests #environmentally safe soap and shampoo. Natural materials filter gray water. Also, dry toilets produce odorless compost. Furthermore, off the grid saves energy:
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Medical Tourists in Mexican village have fun.
Ajijic on Lake Chapala is part retirement community. Because the Americans and Canadians are embarking on a new life, most are intent upon making friends. So it’s easy to strike up a conversation, learn the ropes, and be invited to parties.
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Mexicans heal both hurt nature and ill humans. Mexicans Heal Forests as Volunteers
About 750 Mexican volunteers planted trees in forests where monarch butterflies spend their winters.
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