Ajijic Tianguis, Mexico

by Joy Whitehead / Dec 07, 2012 / 0 comments

The Ajijic Tianguis (the market in Ajijic, Mexico) is a popular place for foreigners to go to buy great fresh produce and colorful and artistic pottery and paintings.


Close to the entrance, you may find a bird vendor with many colorful birds. In the center of the market, I filmed a lady making tacos. Also near the entrance is a Mexican restaurant. It is a popular place for Americans and Canadians to go because the staff there can speak English.


At the back of the market are some seafood vendors, a few pottery booths, and some men push around carts filled with bags of colorful Mexican candies and nuts.


You may also discover some colorful little souvenirs like little turtle decorations, key chains, and jewelry boxes. There are also several Mexican style shirt vendors, but they usually only have them in adult sizes.


I hope you enjoy my video!





Joy Whitehead is a member of the Youth Travel Blogging Mentorship Program