Posted by: ramblinmanjimj | November 13, 2008

Chapias de Corzo, Mexico

A fifth-generation hand-crafting artisan at work in Chapias de Corzo, Mexico. Many items are still hand-made in Mexico and Central America.

From my book…”We are parked at the end of a quiet, dead-end street, next to a small park, overlooking a wide river, about 200 feet below. We took a walk along the malecon (waterfront) where we enjoyed a pleasant happy hour and loud, live, Mexican music. The afternoon high temperature was 92 degrees in the shade, with high humidity. We will spend two nights here.

All material Copyright – Jim Jaillet 2008
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