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Playa Azul - Michoacan

This was my second time in Playa Azul and I’m a little more impressed than I was last summer. In the winter there are people there, more businesses are open and they keep the town clean. Last summer it looked abandoned. The beach is long and flat with no protection from the open ocean. We watched a number of fishing pangas struggling to get out over the waves. Had a nice sunset but can’t recommend a beach restaurant since our dinner was very average. The food stands in the center of town are good for juice and coffee in the morning.



Playa Azul fotos Link


Intersection where highway 200 turns to Playa Azul


The center of beach activity


One very flat and uninteresing beach


Sun setting from a beach palapa restaurant


Fishermen going out for the evening haul

Cotton in Mexico and Pacific coast

Cotton in Mexico and Pacific

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Manzanillo History

With its fine natural harbors, Manzanillo was an important seaport even before the Spanish

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Colima Regional Museum of History

Colima Regional Museum of History

Address 1 Portal Morelos and Reforma St., Downtown, Colima, Col., 28000. Phone (312) 312 9228 — On the main Plaza

Admittance and Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 to 18:00. Admission fee $34 MXP. Children under 13, students, teachers and senior citizens presenting a valid ID do not pay. Free admission on Sunday. There is a $30 MXP fee if you are willing to shoot

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Mercado San Juan de Dios

Mercado San Juan de Dios – Guadalajara

Mercado San Juan de Dios or Mercado Libertad in central Guadalajara is sometimes called Taiwán de Dios due to it’s frantic pace and large size. An average of 20 thousand people pass thru the market every day among it’s 2600 businesses. The building is on three levels and covers over 44 thousand square meters. This is a place you spend days exploring. It has

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