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Topic: La Ticla

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replies: 21

By:

maria

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Mexico Mexico

 

where to stay at la ticla michoacan

« on: January 28 2010 14:01:153 »

you can go to rogas camping there are a nice people here is the page of the place :D peace and good waves

http://laticlarogascamping.blogspot.com/2010/01/camping-en-la-ticla.html

for more info in  rogascamping@hotmail.com

By:

Paul S from HB CA

RE: La Ticla

« Reply #1 on: January 29 2010 22:01:423 »

How are the crowds at La Ticla?  Right out of high school I stayed at Ticla and at La Placita for 4 months back in 1981. I have not been back to Ticla since the early 80's, but I have done several trips to Rio Nexpa and I was really amazed on how much Nexpa had developed. Nexpa still had a very good vibe to it even though there were now much larger crowds now vs yester-year. Can you still camp at Ticla or has all that changed? I'm hoping it hasn't changed too much, but I'm sure it has.

By:

Jason C

RE: La Ticla

« Reply #2 on: March 11 2010 22:03:267 »

yeah, Nexpa blew up since I wanna say 2003 or so was the first time I went there and in 2008 it was very crowded. The family built up the little village, its quite nice, but attracts the crowds. Ticla is growing to. They were chopping down the coco trees behind Amalia's place. Soon those will be all gone. It's a total shame, but the land owners need the money that surfers bring in..Oh, and this right we tried to keep a secret, its no secret anymore and its in a surfer's guide book if you know where to look. The wave is heavy and definitely not a beginners wave so it will command its own authority. There was a Mexican movie called Amar a Morir that takes place and filmed at our favorite secret break, now overrun by the Guad Squad and mexicans on holiday.

By:

alpinelakes

RE: La Ticla

« Reply #3 on: November 25 2010 21:11:00 »

Llorona? Here's a map:

http://home.comcast.net/~alpinelakes//Coast_of_Michoacan/maps/cololamap.html

By:

Toy Carson Big Island

RE: La Ticla

« Reply #4 on: December 11 2010 23:12:00 »

Hey Jason, if you haven"t noticed, once a place gets electricity and the internet, its history. These are the things I go on a surf trip to get away from. You can take all this modern garage and put it where the sun don"t shine. Overcrowding, is just one major result of this crap. Too bad you guys don"t know how to rough it a little. What kind of surfers are they churning out these days?

By:

Tony Carson Big Island

RE: La Ticla

« Reply #5 on: December 12 2010 20:12:00 »

Tony Carson   Big Island

By:

alpinelakes

RE: La Ticla

« Reply #6 on: January 23 2011 18:01:00 »

Ticla will never get developed by outsiders. It's communally owned by the indigenous people of Ostula. You can't even marry your way in there.

The locals have built some new facilities all along the coast south of La Ticla- at Ixtapilla, Palma Sola, La Manzanillera, Faro,Colola, Maruata Viejo, Maruata.
More will be built soon...

Here's a map of the new Parador Turisticas south of La Ticla:

http://home.comcast.net/~alpinelakes//Coast_of_Michoacan/maps/faromap.html

By:

Jon Holbrook

RE: La Ticla

« Reply #7 on: February 20 2011 16:02:00 »

Better do a little research before going. Haven't been in 2 years but showed up right after drug wars hit La Placida, shoot outs and muerte. Last summer camp at beach fully robbed at gunpoint, first hand report a good friend got pistol whipped, Robbed the whole camp, Kids that did it were supposedly found dead a few days later, then heard second hand campers got robbed at gunpoint again later in the year. Leave the women and children at home and go get some uncrowded (after this) waves.

By:

Jon Holbrook

RE: La Ticla

« Reply #8 on: February 20 2011 16:02:00 »

Better do a little research before going. Haven't been in 2 years but showed up right after drug wars hit La Placida, shoot outs and muerte. Last summer camp at beach fully robbed at gunpoint, first hand report a good friend got pistol whipped, Robbed the whole camp, Kids that did it were supposedly found dead a few days later, then heard second hand campers got robbed at gunpoint again later in the year. Leave the women and children at home and go get some uncrowded (after this) waves.

By:

mareaol.com

RE: La Ticla

« Reply #9 on: January 18 2012 07:01:00 »

This post is to Brian'Bushman' Clark.Hey Brian are you out there?How are you buddy?Still on the Big Island?I have been living in Pescadero,Baja since 2000.I have so many great photos and memories of Michoacan coast in the early '80's.And your bush-hale an absolute classic! I am going to  Mich. in March and would be happy to pass along any messages to Eleno or anyone else for that matter.Sorry to hear about your eye,how did that happen?Take care buddy,all the best to you.I'm sure that you still get in the regularly


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