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A Common Sense Approach to Traveling in Mexico
Billy and Akaisha Kaderli

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Adventurer: Noun, 1.) A person who enjoys taking risks.
2.) Someone who travels into little known regions.

What does it take to be an Adventurer?

For our purposes we don’t think you have to be tough as nails, you just have to have a willing spirit; be inclined to try something new, to disrupt a tired routine, or to choose to meet the unexpected, knowing that you will be enriched for having done so.

The Adventurer's Guide to the Pacific Coast of Mexico details our route, the places we stayed, prices we paid along this adventure and history and culture of these locations.

After each city you will find information on hotels in the area, transportation available, useful notes and the pros and cons of each place, as we view them.

164 pages chocked-full of useful info and photos. Includes details on Cuyutlan, San Juan de Lima, Caleta de Campos, Zihuatanejo, Marquelia, Puerto Escondido, Tehuantepec-Tuxtla, San Cristobal, and Comitan.

We know that you will find this information both practical and inspiring. Use it as a template to create your own exciting journeys.

This map shows the route we took

Traveling south down the Pacific coast of Mexico is a must adventure for any traveler. Our style is to go slow and if we like a place, we stay longer, ‘getting local’ as soon as possible. This means we scout out where the neighbors shop, the restaurants they frequent and we make friends along the way with store owners, the maids, and anyone who lives in town. These people know where the best prices and value can be found – it’s certainly not where the tourists shop.

Go for it!

Billy and Akaisha Kaderli

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Table of Contents

Introduction

Map

Cuyutlan, Colima

Hotels in Cuyutlan

Transport available – Cuyutlan

Useful Notes

Pros and Cons

San Juan de Lima, Michoacán

Hotels in San Juan de Lima

Transport available – San Juan de Lima

Useful Notes

Pros and Cons

Caleta de Campos, Michoacán

Hotels in Caleta de Campos

Transport available – Caleta de Campos

Useful Notes

Pros and Cons

Zihuatanejo, Guerrero

Hotels in Zihua

Transport available – Zihua

Useful Notes

Pros and Cons

Marquelia, Guerrero

Hotels in Marquelia

Transport available – Marquelia

Useful Notes

Pros and Cons

Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca

Hotels in Puerto Escondido

Transport available – Puerto Escondido

Useful Notes

Pros and Cons

Tehuantepec – Tuxtla, Chiapas

Hotels in Tehuantepec/Tuxtla

Transport available – Tehuantepec/Tuxtla

Useful Notes

Pros and Cons

San Cristobal, Chiapas

Hotels in San Cristobal

Transport available – San Cristobal

Useful Notes

Pros and Cons

Comitan, Chiapas

Hotels in Comitan

Transport available – Comitan

Useful Notes

Pros and Cons

How to Find a Hotel Room

How to Dial Mexico

Bus Travel in Mexico

Currency Conversion Site

Survival Spanish

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Billy and Akaisha

About the Authors

Billy and Akaisha Kaderli are recognized retirement experts and internationally published authors on topics of finance and world travel. With the wealth of information they share on their popular website RetireEarlyLifestyle.com, they have been helping people achieve their own retirement dreams since 1991. They wrote the popular books, The Adventurer’s Guide to Early Retirement and Your Retirement Dream IS Possible.

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