A Lake Chapala Ajijic Video for You !

December 4, 2010

Hi, Sid and Arcelia here to  share a cool video with peaceful scenes photographed entirely in Ajijic, on Lake Chapala, Mexico which is a popular former fishing village on the shores of Lake Chapala.
Ajijic is particularly popular with those who enjoy walking, small interesting shops, and fine dining.
Because of it's popularity home prices will tend to be a bit higher than in other areas around Lake Chapala.
But, even if it's out of your range to live in it's only 10 minutes or so from most of the other North American communities on the North Shore of Lake Chapala.
Like what you see?
Want to know more about Ajijic or any of the Lake Chapala towns, villages, and developments ?
Just an e mail to Sid@ChapalaClub.com.
Please put "more info" in the subject line to help it stand out among the hundreds of e mails I get each day so I can give you priority attention.
Now, sit back, take a break, sip a cup of coffee and enjoy this great video for your Lake Chapala fix for the day.
It may just lead you to a new wonderful life here.


  • MaryAnn

    Hi Sid, I can’t open the video. Help!

  • Pat


    Your video won’t open. It says “It’s private….and you have to accept the senders friend request.”

  • http://www.chapalaclub.com Sid Grosvenor

    HI Mary Ann, Betty, and Michael and others,

    The video from You Tube was a nice one, but I was unaware that the video publisher was using it to obtain e mail addresses.

    So, it was an “opt in” type video and you had to give up your e mail address. So, since I can’t change the access to it set by the publisher I removed it.

    Will try and find a better one. Thanks to everyone. I keep learning. Siempre tu amigo, Sid

  • http://www.enthuz.com Steve Iman

    Thanks for trying with the video, Sid. Hope all is well. Kenny and I are starting to wonder again if we shouldn’t risk the darned border in our big van with the dogs. We though for a bit of buying Casa Blanca, but I think Joseph wants too much. I’m just leery since it looks like lots of competition there in the business he’s in.

    We’ve been thinking of Ajijic, and also watching the real estate market in San Miguel, where there seems to be quite a bit of rather new housing stock on the market at reasonable prices since builders got a little stuck in the downturn. We’re stuck too invested in real estate up here too.. and it’s my guess that we go sideways for a couple of years.

    Care.. Steve Iman – steve@steveiman.com

  • Joan Wright (in Canada)

    the video doesn’t play. do you have a youtube link to it?

  • http://www.chapalaclub.com Sid Grosvenor

    HI Joan, Had to pull this video down because the publisher wanted to capture e mails before you could watch it.

    You may be able to find it at You Tub, but they will want you to first give them your e mail address.

    Look for three videos right here on http://www.ChapalaClub.com to be published here on http://www.ChapalaClub.com on December 11, 2010.


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  • Fran Yates

    Why did you remove your video?

  • http://www.facebook.com/SidGrosvenor Sid Grosvenor

     Hi Fran, Sorry, I’m not sure which video you’re speaking of. Sometimes a You Tube video not originally made by me could be removed by You Tube or the person who placed it on You Tube.

  • DD

     Sid you made an article on your website here about a video, then the video is no longer viewable, you need to learn how to use the website and remove this article altogether. Also you need to learn how to resize photos on the website, as the book photo you put on the front page is layering over almost the whole page and looks very bad.

  • Parlino

    My question is how do you compare the cost of living in SMA vs Ajijic. I have been to both and it seems to me that the expat’s have had the prices rise in both places. SMA seems to have more to do, but I made more friends when I was in Ajijic.

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