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[[Costa Allegre]] - Pacific Coast between Barra de Navidad & Puerto Vallarta.
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Regional bus system runs 7 days per week & is cheap (peso's only) & realiable. Most busses stop frequently. Most bus drivers speak only Spanish but will understand if you know the name of the city you want to stop. Most first class busses are air conditioned.
 
  
 
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'''Regional bus''' system runs seven days per week, fares are inexpensive (pesos only), and buses are reliable. Most stop frequently. Most bus drivers speak only Spanish but will understand if you know the name of the city you want to stop. Most first class buses are air conditioned.
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Look for blue bus signs on major roads. The drivers will stop for you.
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'''Taxis''' are abundant in most cities, big or small. Fares can vary. It helps to settle on a fare before getting in the cab.
  
 
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Revision as of 06:54, 29 January 2012

Jalisco is a state on the Pacific Coast of Mexico.

Contents

Regions

Costa Allegre - Pacific Coastal region between Barra de Navidad & Puerto Vallarta.

Cities

Other destinations

Understand

Talk

Spanish is the main language spoken although English speakers can be found with little effort. Many locals understand a few English words but can not converse in English with you. If you do not speak Spanish, be patient as the locals will make every effort to understand you.

Get in

Get around

Regional bus system runs seven days per week, fares are inexpensive (pesos only), and buses are reliable. Most stop frequently. Most bus drivers speak only Spanish but will understand if you know the name of the city you want to stop. Most first class buses are air conditioned. Look for blue bus signs on major roads. The drivers will stop for you.

Taxis are abundant in most cities, big or small. Fares can vary. It helps to settle on a fare before getting in the cab.

See

Itineraries

Do

Jalisco beaches lie between mountains and ocean

Eat

Drink

Get out

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