Swine Flu Hearing in Jalisco, Mexico
Although 36 cases of H1N1 (swine flu) have now been reported in Jalisco the symptoms are still reported as no worse that the seasonal flu and those with suspected cases or who have come in contact with a person having H1N1 flu are given Tamiflu immediately.
If there is a positive to this outbreak it is the cost of flying to Mexico on many airlines has been reduced by up to 50%.
For those of you considering buying property in Ajijic, Lake Chapala or looking into retiring here this would be a very good time to come and see if this is the place for you.
Although we have been affected by the global economic crisis we are still better off than most and very good deals are available to the discerning buyer.
Many people choose to “shop: online for real estate as well as many other things but it is important to come in person to get the true flavor and experience first hand the multiple benefits of living in Ajijic, Lake Chapala.
Our climate is the best in the world and the Mexican people are warm and welcoming. The area of Ajijic, Lake Chapala is incredibly beautiful as we are nestled between Lake Chapala and the Sierra Madre Mountains. We are only 40 minutes or less from the large city of Guadalajara and 18 minutes from an international airport,
The way of life is slower here with a large community spirit that believes in giving back and there is a return to kinder, gentler times.
When we first came here 15 years ago there was not much opportunity here for younger people but that too has changed. Many people have brought their families here to go to school, learn a new language and find their place among those making a very decent living upon graduation. If they wish to go to colleges or universities up north their education here allows them to do that too. Both our children were schooled in Ajijic and both attended universities in Canada and in the case of our son the US too.
Now you are able to check out Ajijic, Lake Chapala for a very reasonable airfare so why not come on down and experience for yourself our little slice of paradise?
The rainy season (June 15-October 15) is almost upon us and there is no better time to visit Ajijic, Lake Chapala.