The setting is stunning, even by Mexican standards, here in the foothills of the Sierra de la Laguna. Saguaro cacti, crashing waves and pretty little adobe houses surround the modest town, built atop a natural oasis. It was once a popular resort for the silver-mining aristocracy of El Triunfo and San Antonio, and has more recently become a magnet for artsy expats and Mexicans fleeing bigger cities.
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