I took these photos while sitting at the Coffee Hour with two of my friends. It is just a few blocks up from the lake on the main street in Chapala. All day and well into the evening there is steady stream of walkers, tour buses, and cars coming and going. It is almost impossible to even cross the street. (Pedestrians don't have the right of way in Mexico. You have to just dart out in front of the cars, unless there happens to be a policeman around directing the traffic.)
The fountain is across the street from the Coffee Hour. When I lived in Chapala I went to the coffee shop in the evenings and strolling Mariachi Bands and other musicians would come in to play for the customers.
It is exciting to just sit outside there and people watch. I enjoyed living in Chapala.
In the rainy season the hills turn green. You can see in the fountain photo how close they are to the center of town.