Here’s a look at a remote community high in the hills of Mexico – where a realtor says you can get a nice house for $200,000. Medical, prescriptions, and assisted-living all run about one-third of the cost in the U.S. Hat tip daytrip:
Correspondent Mike Kirsch recently traveled to one of the country’s most eclectic melting pots of foreign citizens along the shores of Lake Chapala, south of Guadalajara, to explore a unique expat community.
The whiner view of the same area:
I was told that the largest American community living in Mexico is here in Rosarito – a beach community just south of Tijuana.
The first video made it look so good, I want to move there now!
The whiner video (millennial angst?) seems to show a less sunnier side to Ajijic. Maybe because so many people are moving down there and screwing up a good thing?