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Dia del Nino Parade in Santiago Ixcuintla

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A virgin beach all for myself and family

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A beach for me and family in Santiago


This is a short summary of my recent trip to Mexico


My trip to Mexico was due to visit my ailing father, who is dying of prostate cancer. He is 85 years old. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer recently. Right now he is taking very strong medications to slowdown the growth of the cancer and to control his pain.


My old-ailing father lives in a small town called Canada del Tabaco. This town is part of the Santiago Ixcuintla, County, in the Nayarit State. One thing you need to know is that Nayarit is one of the most beautiful lands in the entire planet. It is very naturally beautiful. It has everything a person can ever wish to have to be happy: the Pacific Ocean waters its beaches on the west coast. The Sierra Madre Occidental (West Mountain Range) protects it on the east side, and in between there are green plains and heavy jungle which give live to a plethora of wild flora and fauna, including crocodiles, turtoises, many kinds of birds. Nayarit also has several rivers that water the plains and the jungle. Those rivers allow the farmers from the plains to irrigate their crops of many tropical fruits and vegetables, including mangoes, avocados, cucumbers, chile peppers, watermelons, cantaloupes, and much more.

There are three more things I want to add to this page: people in Nayarit, and most of Mexico are very poor financially. The reasons are due to the perennial corruption of the Mexican Government and the lack of education of the population. But their financial struggles don't stop them from being the richest people of the planet by living in one of God's hidden natural beauty. Another thing I want to add is that Nayarit is between the states of Sinaloa (the state where Mazatlan is) and Jalisco (the state of Puerto Vallarta). So Nayarit is a wonder in many ways. The last thing I wanted to add is that I was born and raised in Santiago Ixcuintla. To learn more about Nayarit follow this link

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