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News, Interviews, Events From The World’s Best Climate
“Forget wondering what life is really like in Mexico, read “El Ojo del Lago” and get a first hand look through the eyes of the largest English-speaking community living outside Canada and the U.S. today.”
In our November, 2000 issue, the Ojo related the plans to convert the old train station in Chapala into a museum—and because the article contained so much history about the Lakeside area that might be of interest to newcomers, we decided to republish it.
An examination of the life of Raoul Wallenberg, one of the 20th century’s most fascinating heroes, who saved the lives of thousands of Jews during WWII, yet ended up the victim of an outrageous miscarriage of justice.
All about who is really in charge of the rise and fall of the tides of Lake Chapala—and if you guessed some water experts in Guadalajara, you have forgotten all about the ancient Aztec rain god, Tlaloc.
The heroine is a courageous schoolteacher who stands up for a little Mexican boy who is being discriminated against by the president of the local P.T.A. The teacher’s reason for doing so will strike a chord with anyone whose ancestors came to the US from somewhere else, i.e., everyone who is not a Native American Indian.