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Globos Regata – Hot Air Balloon Regatta

Globos-Lake Chapala Real Estate

Globos Regata -Hot Air Balloon Regatta This colourful festival comes at the end of the rainy season and the beginning of the festival season at Lakeside. A fun -filled day for all ages, the festival also falls at the time of Mexican Independence Day celebrations. The field is filled with balloons of all colours, shapes…

Wines of Mexico

Wines of Mexico

Wines of Mexico Mexico may not be the first country that comes to mind when contemplating the world of fine wines.  That could soon change as Mexican wines are being recognized serious contenders in the world market. You may think of Tequila as the drink Mexico is best known for but we could soon be…

Ajijic: Town of Murals

Ajijic Town of Murals

[abcf-grid-gallery-custom-links id=”17549″] [abcf-grid-gallery-custom-links id=”17574″] [abcf-grid-gallery-custom-links id=”17575″] Ajijic: Town of Murals Murals have been around since the beginning of mankind and may be seen in every part of the world. From the earliest form of storytelling, using symbols on cave walls to giant paintings depicting historical events, murals have educated and delighted through the ages, even…

Ajijic: Mexico’s expat paradise on the lake

Expat paradise on the lake

Ajijic: Mexico’s expat paradise on the lake The city of San Miguel Allende sucks all the air out of the room when the conversation turns to expatriate life in Mexico. While San Miguel Allende has been garnering lots of awards for its quality of life and general wonderfulness, the tiny town of Ajijic (pronounced Ah-HEE-hic)…

The town of the eternal spring

The town of eternal spring

The town of the eternal spring It seems like an unassuming, fairly typical, small Mexican town (with a population of 10,000 plus). A 45-minute drive south of Guadalajara, its unique climate at 1,538 metres above sea level and nestled on the shores of the largest freshwater lake in the country, Ajijic has become a permanent…

The Mexican Town You Never Knew You Wanted to Visit

Ajijic Mexico town center

The Mexican Town You Never Knew You Wanted to Visit You probably haven’t heard of it, but Ajijic should be on your radar. Tucked within the striking Sierra Madre Mountain range on Lake Chapala, the town of Ajijic is at once charmingly reminiscent of decades past and quickly becoming a sought-after vacation getaway. Between the…

Interesting Facts of Lake Chapala and Area

Many people from many countries are drawn to Lake Chapala and the surrounding area. And for good reason! Here are some interesting facts about Lake Chapala and the area:   What Does Ajijic Mean?       Bass Fishing, Boating and Huichol Villages at Aguamilpa Lake       Lake Chapala as defined by Wiki…

Tlaquepaque: Arts and crafts enclave is fantastical and colourful

Tlaquepaque: Arts and crafts enclave is fantastical and colourful Strolling the boutique-lined streets of Tlaquepaque, this arts-and-crafts enclave near Guadalajara, Mexico, is like stepping into the brightly coloured pages of a storybook. Above, rainbow-coloured bunting flaps beneath an often cerulean sky. Fantastical sculptures on the sidewalks cast stark shadows on the vivid yellow, white and…

Retire at Lake Chapala, Mexico

Wendy boat

A small preview of the attractions of retiring at Lake Chapala: Savings Weather Convenience & Accessibility Culture Food We invite you to come and see for yourself! What and where is Lake Chapala? Lake Chapala is Mexico’s largest natural lake, and is located south of Guadalajara. The lake is approximately 55 miles long from east…