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Comment from: Jay [Visitor]
Don't leave without seeing Chichen Itza. It'll blow your mind.
2005-06-26 @ 13:37
Comment from: vic [Visitor]
you can get a better exchange rate in town in the black market. also you can get supplies in walmart in mexico if you ask.
2005-06-26 @ 22:10
Comment from: Noe Salinas [Visitor]
If you like golf in Mexico check out Huatulco in the state of Oaxaca. There is a very nice 18 hole course there, it was relativly new we I was down there 2years ago. It was in great shape they have carts,caddies, a small bar Tennis courts and margaritas to go. It was $65.00 (USA)
back then and the course was wide open. We shot 18 then went to the marina near by and fished for tuna A great way to spend the day.
2005-07-21 @ 11:46
Comment from: Vickie [Visitor]
Golfing packages at Villa Alegre Mexico.
We have a special package for 8 Days 7 Nights all inclusive with 4 rounds of golf at either Isla Navidad or Tamarindo in the state of Jalisco,Mexico for $2,000/person.Non Golfers $1,200.This package includes pick up and drop off at the Manzanillo Airport,ground transportation,meals, maid service,golf greens fees and cart.
800-422-2824 letsgofishgolfmx@aol.com
2005-10-23 @ 20:03

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