Visitors, tourists, newcomers and prospective residents come to Lake Chapala from everywhere in the
world, and represent almost every job or career you can imagine. They are as different, one from another,
as any eclectic group of people could possibly be — until they start listing the information they
most want to learn at the Thursday Living at Lake Chapala Newcomers Seminar.
On more than 450 Thursday mornings since the first seminar session in December 2001, I've looked into
the faces of these new friends seated around the table and said, here's the list of topics most people
want to explore; what are your priorities?
The truth is that we tell it like it is in these information-packed three-hour
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