Casa Pasco # 1


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Izivakashi ezingu- 2, ikamelo lokulala 1, umbhede ongu-1, Igumbi lokugezela elilodwa
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Three fully self-contained, private one room casitas, each with a comfortable queen size bed, compact but fully equipped kitchenette and a private bathroom. The stove is a two burner electric hot plate. There is a solar heated swimming pool, outdoor covered kitchen/BBQ and a large beautiful garden. Lots of places to relax and have coffee, breakfast etc. There is a laundry facility for guest’s use. This is a large private secure home with three small detached casitas

We have constructed three private casitas and a laundry facility with the express intention of renting them out on air BNB. The casitas are detached from the house, fully self-contained and quite private. They are not large and would not be suitable for a very long stay. Our longest so far has been 2 months. Although they had no problem and will be returning for yet another two month stay, we would not recommend anything longer.
Hot water is provided by a 132 liter propane hot water tank that services three casitas. Motion sensor lights will make sure you can find your casita safely in the dark. It's toward the back of the garden. Don't want any accidental swimming.
Each casita has a Queen bed with a softer (Canadian) mattress. The casitas were built along a 15 foot high wall on the East side of our property. A huge and very high garden of palms and other foliage serves to keep out noise and the hot afternoon sun. We do not have air conditioning, however there is a fan in each casita. Please ask questions if you have any concerns. Everything you need to relax and enjoy your stay in Ajijic is here.

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Ikamelo lokulala 1
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Ajijic, Jalisco, i-Mexico

Ajijic was originally created when 4 indigenous tribes agreed to come together to create a village on the shores of Lake Chapala. The central plaza of that village was called six corners. We are one block West of that original small plaza, which is still very much filled with Mexican tradition and culture. We are not an affluent neighborhood, but rather a mixture of a few large wealthy homes mixed with a generous sprinkling of mom and pop businesses and a large population of locals who are very happy living on a monthly income that most of us would not survive on for more than three days. We are surrounded by local families, the cornerstone and basis of Mexican culture. We can step out the front door at 10:00 at night and be greeted by young children still playing in the street. We feel very safe here and have had no problems whatsoever in over 7 years. We often enjoy parades or musical “presentations” on the street in front of our home and occasionally a full blown fiesta. Did you know that sometimes Mexican music is an oxymoron?!
A great grocery store is just across the street, as well as, many stores and shops within a one block radius. Vegetable market, ice cream store, clothing store, barber shop, meat market and many more are within one block. Some of Ajijic’s absolutely best restaurants are within easy walking distance.
This is not a noisy neighborhood (comparatively). I say comparatively since all Mexico is noisy compared to our Northern neighbors. Our home and casitas are buffered by 10- 15ft walls and a huge garden, including many tall trees, so it’s really uncommonly quiet here. No one can protect us from the noise of the occasional bottle rockets that our neighbors fire off in celebration of something. There is a church ½ block from us. The priest has considerable experience announcing some of these celebrations.
A wonderful neighborhood with wonderful people.

Ibungazwe ngu-Scott

Ujoyine ngo-Novemba 2015
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My wife, Paula, and I retired to Ajijic in early 2012 after a long career in finance & administration. Mostly in the Oil and Gas industry in Calgary. We also spent the last 5 years, before moving to Ajijic, as owner/managers of a mental health care facility with 26 residents in Cranbrook BC. We live in the heart of our community and are very involved with our local culture and our Mexican neighbors. We support local, young adult, football , our local sewing and knitting club, host two Texas Holdem games a week as well as getting involved in way too many other local events and activities. We love it, however sometimes is sure doesn't feel like retirement. In spite of our slow Spanish language progress, we likely have 5 local Mexican friends to every 1 of our Expat friends. Both of us are animal lovers who have rescued a number of friends in the past. Currently we have 4 small dogs, 4 cats, one parrot and three aquariums. Although you will meet and make friends with the 4 small dogs very quickly, you will seldom if ever see one of the cats. We also love our huge incredible garden with well over 50 varieties of plants and 16 different fruit trees. We have lived here over 7 years now and love it. We also have very much enjoyed sharing our experiences and knowledge with our many guests.
My wife, Paula, and I retired to Ajijic in early 2012 after a long career in finance & administration. Mostly in the Oil and Gas industry in Calgary. We also spent the last 5 years…


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We became permanent residents of Ajijic over 8 years ago and love living here. Sharing our experiences and helping are one of the things we do naturally, so this is a good place to discover and learn about Ajijic's customs and way of life. We will spend time with you with a map to share our knowledge and experiences about our area and some of the differences you might discover. We will also share our knowledge and experience about rentals, real estate, auto rentals, immigration, where is a good restaurant etc. etc. etc. We are immersed in our local culture and neighborhood. Come let us share some with you.
Each of our three casitas are private and detached from the main house, so privacy is easily respected as well.
Guest interaction
We became permanent residents of Ajijic over 8 years ago and love living here. Sharing our experiences and helping are one of the things we do naturally, so…
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