15 May 2007
Stars and stripes over the Chapala Malecon
Photo by Steven H. Miller
A steady stream of feature articles muse about an influx of Americans moving to Mexico. Some one million Americans supposedly now live here. In Chapala, a municipality south of Guadalajara and the home of a large expatriate enclave, the local government recently began flying both the U.S. and Canadian flags at its recently renovated wharf and malecon.
The mere sight of a Mexican flag drives clowns like the Minutemen nuts, but here in Chapala, the Stars and Stripes gently flutters over a government-owned site - and none of the locals seem bothered by that.
Posted by David Agren at 10:00
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment