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Looking to move and live in Mex surf town.« on: August 22 2007 10:08:00 »
I'm a 39 year old gringo from San Diego and I plan on moving to a nice little mexican town where I can open my own business and ride some nice waves.
I'm looking for something small, but not a one horse town.
Also, I'm looking to buy an established surf shop that provides purchases, and rentals of surf equipment.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.
RE: Looking to move and live in Mex surf town.« Reply #1 on: August 22 2007 14:08:00 »
Hi add me !! please i have some advices and town but i cannot write here for discretion.
RE: Looking to move and live in Mex surf town.« Reply #3 on: October 02 2007 13:10:00 »
I used to live in SD and would go to Mex every chance I could get. La Fonda and K39 Rancho Santini would be fun. I miss the Blue Lagoon near La Bufadora, for fishing and camping. I wish you luck and would love to visit what ever you get going. M
RE: Looking to move and live in Mex surf town.« Reply #4 on: October 03 2007 20:10:00 »
Ha Gringo- If you haven't heard of El Nautica, a corporate conglameration of Carlyle Group (Geo Bush Sr. on board of directors), Monsanto (great place to dump waste), and a million other hacks, their plan to destroy every lagoon for boaters; also, you never know when the federales will 'reclaim' their leases from El Norte.- Maybe, U.S. should have played better than there neighbors!Iran got surf!