Michael Nuschke, the owner of Focus on Mexico, is a long time resident of Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he and his Nova Scotian wife Rhonda still spend over five months a year. This week the Chronicle Herald’s online Halifax Citizen published an article entitled, The Town of The Eternal Spring by Halifax travel writer and travel consultant Bruce Bishop.
“It seems like an unassuming, fairly typical, small Mexican town (with a population of 10,000+). A 45-minutes drive south of Guadalajara, its unique climate at 1,538 meters above sea level and nestled on the shores of the largest freshwater lake in the country, Ajijic has become a permanent home or annual snowbird sanctuary for hundreds of Canadians.”
Canadians have more reasons than most to like the extraordinary year-round climate at Lakeside. Come on down and see for yourself at one of the Focus On Mexico‘s week-long, fun, learning seminars. Then you can experience for yourself the beauty of this area, while doing some “due-diligence” around moving and retiring to Mexico! Here’s another quote from Bruce’s article that might get you thinking…
With the Sierra Madre mountain range behind you and white pelicans diving into Lake Chapala before you — and a peaceful malecon (boardwalk) along the lake, there’s a sense of magic here.
Focus On Mexico has run week-long educational programs on moving and retiring to Mexico for over 20 years.