Disasters in 2016: Photos of devastation wrought by earthquakes, floods, fires and hurricanes: Aerial view of Mexico's biggest fireworks market in Tultepec suburb, Mexico State, after a massive explosion killed at least 32 people, on 21 December 2016 Mario Vazquez/AFP
Disasters in 2016: Photos of devastation wrought by earthquakes, floods, fires and hurricanes: A massive explosion destroys Mexico's biggest fireworks market in Tultepec, on 20 December 2016. The blast killed at least 31 people and injured 72, authorities confirmed. The conflagration in the Mexico City suburb of Tultepec set off a quick-fire series of multicolored blasts that sent vast clouds of smoke billowing over the capitalJose Luis Tolentino/AFP
NASA Aqua satellite image shows Hurricane Odile off the coast of Mexico. Hurricane Odile strengthened to a powerful category four storm, dumping heavy rains and triggering huge waves as it swirled off Mexico's Pacific Coast. The narrow Baja California peninsula was hit especially hard, with mountainous areas in some western states expected to see up to 38 centimeters (15 inches) of rain from the storm, according to the US National Hurricane Center.
Ajijic is a picturesque town on the shores of Lake Chapala, just outside of Guadalajara, Mx. It has the largest American Colony. It also has beautiful mansions own by wealthy people in Guadalajara. If you go order the Tacos de Hueva, which are typical of that area. Designer Michael Schaible; house he built in Ajijic, Mexico,