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Watch this Video from the Expats in Ajijic

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Watch this Video from the Expats in Ajijic

Ajijic, Jalisco is a beautiful small town on the edge of gigantic Lake Chapala.  Along with the communities of Chapala and Jocotepec, they are called, collectively Lakeside.  Click here for a video made to show what it’s like to retire in the area.


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Skater Elvis Stojko on life in México

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Skater Elvis Stojko on life in México

Skater Elvis Stojko retired from skating to live the good life in sunny Ajijic, México. The Toronto Sun profiled him recently, and we think you’ll enjoy reading about his new life in México.

A quote from the article:

“But that’s a sore point with Stojko, the fact that people outside of Mexico seem to have a perception that the entire country is dangerous and that there’s crime lurking behind every corner.

He insists that is overblown and that, other than in a few areas, it’s just as safe or dangerous as some places in the U.S”.

Read the Toronto Sun’s Stojko jumps from the spotlight.

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