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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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By babboman , 29-03-2013

peace at last - I just got back from a two weeks surfing in Guerrero and Michoacan, and I am happy to report that I had very peaceful trip. I think that the drug war that took place in this area for the past couple of years between rival groups in now over. I had a great time also due the five or six swells that arrived while I was there. I have been going there for 10 years, and you don't know the place, I can recommend calling the best surf guide in the area. His nick name his Chimenique and his mobile number is +52 1 755 115 5238. Many pros use his services. He is very knowledgeable and reasonable, and knows where to find uncrowded waves.

By Axel , 21-08-2010

Guerrero Surf. - Guerrero is definitely a great place to
planning a trip in a good surf, simply
knowledge discovery.
For my part I am living Surfer, orient my life to
Pacific Coast to surf, I chose the people of
Troncones, you have many waves, that those who do not
take the time not known, also do trips to other waves according to their
work according to swell. Guerrero mexico all
has so much where you surf and waves to surf alone
friends who are prepared to make new freinds, Troncones and the whole area has excellent waves
very good service for the traveler.
if you need real information you can contact.

By Noel , 13-08-2009

La Saladita - Corky Carroll runs an excellent "surf lodge" from which he surfs daily with his residents. Corky's an amazing surfer and coach.

By matt , 30-10-2008

Acapulco - I'm going next week because it was the only place where we could get tickets on Standby. What are some good breaks this time of year? I don't have time to drive up to Zihuatenejo unfortunately.

By Shimon , 07-09-2008

Buying boards near Ixtapa - i found this :

planning to do the same arrangement like you
if you you find other store please share
Shimon Israel,

By Damon , 02-09-2008

Buying boards near Ixtapa - Hey,
I am travelling to Ixtapa near the end of September. It looks like carting my board around is going to be pretty expensive by the time i get home.
Are there many surf shops around Ixtapa to buy a board?
I presume there is but wouldnt want to be left without a board, that would suck.


By Anonymous , 26-04-2008

Cheap places to stay Ixtapa/Zihuatanejo - My buddies and I wanna take an epic budget surf trip to zihuatanejo but no matter how many hours i spend researching on the internet I can not for the life of me find any hint of cheap places near a break in zihua or ixtapa. I'm talking like what you should be payin' for a hostel in mexico, roughly <15 bucks a night or campgrounds. Any help from past travelers or someone in the know would be greatly appreciated, we're desperate. Thanks :) Also, do we need an suv to explore the coastal area.

By Anonymous , 18-01-2007

acapulco... - Hello,
I am going to acapulco next week. Has anyone surfed there? i won't have a rental car - is it even worth bringing a board? thanks!

By kellydonna , 28-12-2006

Playa Linda walkable? - Also going to Club Med Ixtapa and wondering if Playa Linda is walking distance. Should we bring our own boards? Not planning to rent a car...

By Playa Linda , 16-11-2006

Club Med Ixtapa - walk to Playa Linda? - I'm going to stay at the Club Med in Ixtapa - is that walking distance to Playa Linda?

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