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Why Ajijic, Mexico?

CLIMATE A mile above sea level, with clean, clear air/breezes from all directions each day. Temperatures in the 70s every day of the year, low humidity. National Geographic rates this village as having the #2 best climate in the world. Rains only in summer and mostly only at night. Never worry about getting wet! SERVICES …

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Ajijic Videos

AJIJIC VIDEOS Enjoy these videos of ajijic, which show its people, traditions, festivals and the beauty of its town.   Ajijic Culture, Art, Music and Tradition Ajijic’s Artistic Talent VII Festival Sangre Viva 2020 New Year Parade Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico – 2019 Dia de Reyes, Ajijic 2019 Chili Cook – off 2019 Carnival parade in …

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Lake Chapala Towns

Lake Chapala Towns For more than 5,000 expatriates, mostly Canadian and American, attracted by a climate described as “eternal spring,” the shores of Lake Chapala, Mexico’s largest lake, have become a permanent home. Ringed by mountains, the Lake is 42 kilometers (25 miles) south of Guadalajara, Mexico’s second largest city. It lies at 1,525 meters …

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Ajijic: location, meaning, history, art, festivities, videos and articles.

Welcome to Ajijic Retirement Area MEANING “In pre-conquest times, Ajijic (Ah-ee-heec) was spelled Axixique or Axixic (pronounced “Ah-she-sheek.”) The final “c” was pronounced by Spanish rules, but whenever anyone pronounces it, people in these parts know he is a stranger. Ajijic means “The Place Where the Water Springs Forth” in Nahuatl.” (June Nay Summers, VILLAGES …

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