There are lots of reasons folks choose to move to Lake Chapala instead of the many other Mexican locations
trying to lure North of the Border retirees. Savvy newcomers are looking beyond the economy to the climate
here in Central Mexico. Other important priorities on most folks' want lists are the availability of
goods and services, the proximity of an international airport and top-notch hospitals. Lake Chapala's
centralized location is a great starting point for exploring Mexico.
In the past 18 months, we're talked in these pages about exploring Mexico. We've written about traveling
across Mexico to the nation's capital, visiting in Zacatecas, exploring towns and villages in neighboring
states of Michoacán and Colima and relaxing in several of the west coast beach towns.
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