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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    Puerto Escondido, Mexico
    Dude. How about Pavones in Costa Rica? Longest left in this part of the world.
    Tom Gray, Seagrove, NC

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    I am originally from Miami, and I would love to move back. Anything and everything you could ever want is in that 3 county metro other than snow. I would also love to live in Seattle just something about that city is the complete opposite of Miami but so interesting to me.

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    Merida Mexico is also on my short international list.

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    Puerto is good most of the time...and there's a lot more than just surfing now in Puerto. Pavones is still small and sleepy, and is only good at certain times of the year.
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    I like it here!
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    In the supple bosom of Christina Hendricks.

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    LOL. Good one Steeley, and thanks for thinking outside the box. No pun intended

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgraypots View Post
    Dude. How about Pavones in Costa Rica? Longest left in this part of the world.
    I have a small army of amigos in Oaxaca. And when I say small, I mean small. Like none over 5'4".

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    Although I do have a soft spot for those blue eyed Germanic Costa Ricans.

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    Really, Detroit? That rats nest? There may be parts of it that I haven't seen that are ok, but most of that city is rotten. I don't know how you feel about driving, but there are some nice places a little way off from the city. Toledo, and Chicago are not too far distant. Take my comments on this subject with a little salt though, I am not a city person. Of course I live in the part of Michigan that the city folk come to vacation. I too, like it where I am.
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