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La Ola in Saladita Beach

Its been called “Ubilam”, which is “Malibu” backwards. Originally it was given that name because the wave is as great as malibu, but instead of being a right point break, it’s a left. But having lived in both southern california and the costa grande of guerrero, i know that its not only the surf break that is 180° different and what draws a lot of people to want to live here.

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Zihuatanejo surfing spots

In order to find the right surfing destination, one has to consider a lot of different factors. After all, it's not just about how big the waves are, though that's certainly a big part of it. Historically, Ixtapa has been a gold-mine for surfers looking for the perfect spot, and year after year, more gems in Ixtapa were uncovered.

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Eco Tianguis, Zihuatanejo

In 2013, a group of restless and proactive people joined us for this project that is currently in force and growing, a place where ecological, handcrafted, local, organic and regional products are offered. Led by Nick Wolf, the team that initially had five participants has been growing with new ones that are mostly artists and small producers.

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