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verizon6637
1/23/2018 18:59 EST

I'm planning a trip in May to Guadalajara, Mexico City and Ajijic. This will be my first trip to Mexico and I'm looking for someone who has lived in either all or one of these cities within the past three years and could answer several questions that i have.


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rmajijic
1/24/2018 14:55 EST

I live in Ajijc. Be happy to help you with your questions if I can. PM me if you want.

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RVGRINGO

From: Mexico
1/24/2018 16:36 EST

We lived in Ajijic, then in Chapala, for a total of 13 years, until old age and Medicare & VA benefits, along with the need for a lower elevation (COPD) forced us north to Tucson. We sure miss Chapala........a lot!
Send a PM, if you wish to chat.

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SkyMan
1/28/2018 21:11 EST

RV...I hope you are doing well...I have enjoyed your posts. Keep on keeping on. Buena Suerte ! Tranquilo.

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RVGRINGO

From: Mexico
1/29/2018 11:25 EST

Thanks. I am doing OK, but sure do miss living in Chapala. It just is not the same here in the USA; Boring! Food sucks and everything is all about money! Nobody talks; they just twitter! But, both our health needs dictate that we use the VA and Medicare to survive. Yuk!

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Rodrigo1974
1/29/2018 13:55 EST

I live in La Narvarte section of Mexico City. it's borderline shabby chic/menacing. a lot of argentine immigrants. it borders on del valle, solidly middle classed. la roma is sort of a bohemian chic area. so is la condesa, although it is wealthier. polanco is an upper middle classed area with some orthodox Jews, Hindu food, etc. you will eventually be able to hail a taxi on the street, or call a private taxi company, or even use uber. be careful of your wallet/purse on the metro, although police are everywhere. most folks want to drive in mexico city, just like l.a. only the poorest of poor usually take the metro, or tourists. the air is filthy in d.f. and i prefer puebla and pachuca, as well.

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starkeeper
2/5/2018 08:36 EST

hi, i just read your answer and I'm moving to ajijic end of e april... I'm thinking of renting a house thru accesslakechapala they have a page ,,name is mario .. the owner,,,do u know of him?? any others you would suggest???? thank u so much!!

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rmajijic
2/6/2018 16:33 EST

Mario and Access Lake Chapala are great. No worries renting through them. There are many more rental agencies in town though as well as real estate companies that do rentals. I have listed them all on my blog
https://www.retireinlakechapala.net/single-post/2017/08/17/Ajijic-Rentals-Where-To-Find-Rentals-in-Ajijic
Get in touch if you want to chat.

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