Estado de Jalisco Tourist Traps

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Estado de Jalisco Tourist Traps

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    Puerto Vallarta Tourist Traps

    Went out shopping and met a number of Mexicans offering bribes of anywhere from 2,000 to 6,000 Pesos. Some of them had small offices while others had no office at all! What we discovered is that you may not actually get paid anything and have given up five hours (also known as a 90 minute presentation) for nothing. The 90 minutes begins after...

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    Puerto Vallarta Tourist Traps

    Located 12 km south of P.V. is a little village called Mismaloya. All I remember about it is that there is a very luxurious hotel nearby, and that 5 km north from there "El Eden" is located. "El Eden" is by the way a typical tourist trap, and you'll find it as an attraction in any guide book. We felt like hiking for one day so we decided to visit...

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    Puerto Vallarta Tourist Traps

    I purchased a yellow diamond ring from Pacific Jewelry/Gad & Co (both stores owned by the same people) in April 2010. When I returned to the US, I had the ring appraised and found it was worth less than half of what I had paid! Months of discussion with the manager and owner have been fruitless, as they have been unwilling to exchange, give partial...

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    Puerto Vallarta Tourist Traps

    I know that this might be an unpopular tip among back packers, but Yelapa is nothing more than a tourist scam. First the people that live there refuse to admit that there is a road to this place. You can access the road through El Tuito. The sentiment that I got from the people that live there is give me your money or leave me alone. A good...

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    Taxi costs are irrespective of the number of people, so you can save money by sharing; that's what I did on the way to Melaque. The base established fee is $20 or 200 pesos, so I was told. The drivers usually ask $30 to $35.So, on the return trip I offered 200 pesos, and the driver countered with 230 pesos. I agreed to that. The idea is to not get...

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