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RE: Manzanillo, xtapa, nexpa, calatta de campos?« Reply #1 on: October 23 2005 15:10:00 »
hey man. I live in manzanillo. Good surf breaks? well that depends if you are like a begginer of not. if you just want some decent small..like.. 2 - 4 feet. But they are quite fun. There is a reaf to surf.. but the name is not coming to me. The beach i was talking about is called Olas Altas (big waves) A really nice cheap hotel is Hotel hawaii. The rooms have a/c cable and are a decent size. Not sure on the price but it is cheap. Airline tickets are the only expensive problem. It is cheaper to fly into Puerto Vallarta and take a bus to manzanillo. But the bus sux LOL it is like all curvy roads and i havent met a person yet who hasnt gotten a lil stomach ache. But other then that, the locals are awesome (im american and friends with all) they will help ya get a wave, and the santiago team are amazing. Some are a little testy but most will watch your back for ya.
RE: Manzanillo, xtapa, nexpa, calatta de campos?« Reply #2 on: April 18 2006 15:04:00 »
es bueno, vivio en troncones mexico, y tengo unos bungalos, es tronco-bay-inn.