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We had a slightly different experience due to covid but it turned out for the better! Our guide, Jesús, took us to a local lienzo for a private family-and-friends-only charro practice session. We still got to see charros lasso wild horses and bulls, but not everyone was a professional or dressed in full charro gear. Instead, the atmosphere felt like a big Mexican fiesta with taco, beer, music, and tequila. Everyone was so friendly and very welcoming to us - the only foreigners! Thank you, Jesus, for sharing with us this important Mexican tradition, and I will highly recommend it for anyone visiting Guadalajara.
The trip to Ajijic was a little short and only one stop at a candy store. The problem with that is the candy did not appear fresh, chocolate stale, and very overpriced. I don't think it was a good addition to the trip and think there would be a better choice for getting to know something about Ajijic other than this candy store. Other than that, it was a very good tour.
Dante, our guide, was AMAZING and conveyed passion for the history of Guadalajara. He is a 5 Stars tour guide!!!