We are staying in Zihuat/Ixtapa for one week, then will have a rental car for one week with no reservations yet. We have two small kids, 3 and 5, and are wondering where else in the region to go. Not interested in Acapulco or other big towns or resorts. Eco resorts, colonial towns, and family friendly places would be great, not to far from Zihaut!
Hello - I am an older American woman currently in Tepoztlan - I don't drive, and would like to see the processions on Thursday night and maybe Friday (is Thursday the best?) during Semana Santa. Finding a hotel online is impossible of course. I was thinking of coming by bus Thursday afternoon, but if I can't find a hotel room I might have to wander in the street all night, which is quite exhausting for me. Does anyone know what time the earliest bus or combi to Cuernavaca leaves, or if there is special service during Semana Santa, running at night for instance? Thank you, Jean
Hi guys! I googled but I just found buses from Cuernavaca to Zihua with Estrella de Oro. I wonder if there are buses directly from Taxco to Zihua. The webpage of the bus company wasn't helpful either.
What is the best way to get from Puerto Vallarta to Zihua and back. I think there buses but it is 14 hours.I do not have the schedules either any suggestions?
Voy a visitar México al fin de agosto y tambien estoy pensando visitar Taxco. Voy a tener sólo un día allí y ahora quisiera saber si alguien podría contarme que lugares debería visitar allí? Todo tipo de informacion está bienvenido!
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We like to bring items to give to orphanages or charities for children in need when we go to Mexico. Has anyone any ideas to share so we can do this when we come to Acapulco in January? In Puerto Vallarta, we brought luggage full of toothbrushes, soaps, toys, books, etc. that we collected in our community and then gave to a local orphanage. We also could purchase a few needed items from Costco and distribute while we are there. Any info would be appreciated, thanks so much.
I am a 21 year old, studying at CEPE for the summer in TAXCO. I didn´t get placed with a family, I am more in an apartment with people from my university in the States. Its fun but I have a feeling it is going to be harder to get to know the locals and definetely harder to practice my spanish living with 3 americans. Are there any friendly locals out there around my age that would be nice enough to show my around Taxco, help me meet some locals and see the things to do here during the day and at night? Let me know. Thanks, Martin.
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