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Georgia


Sep 9, 2009, 7:50 AM

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Letibu - Higuera Blanca

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Does anyone know anything about this development? It's about 30 minutes north of PV.



RickS


Sep 9, 2009, 8:29 AM

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Re: [Georgia] Letibu - Higuera Blanca

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Google "Litibu - Higuera Blanca" notice spelling.


Georgia


Sep 9, 2009, 11:19 AM

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Re: [RickS] Letibu - Higuera Blanca

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I've done that, Rick. The spelling error was just in this posting. I am wondering if anyone in the area has any personal experience, heard stuff, read stuff in local papers about the development.


Camille

Sep 9, 2009, 12:42 PM

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Re: [Georgia] Letibu - Higuera Blanca

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Georgia, try Googling "La Tranquila Litibu" ..... construction seems to be on hold for the last few months, but there are workers on both golf courses. It's an enormous development which will really change this area once it opens. The highway it's on wasn't even paved til about four years ago.....


Georgia


Sep 9, 2009, 5:54 PM

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Re: [Camille] Letibu - Higuera Blanca

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I have read good things about it (Fonatur) and bad things about it (Greenpeace). What is the local dish (dirt, chismes, whatever) on this development? What do the locals say?


Camille

Sep 9, 2009, 6:10 PM

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Well, we all find it very.... large. There's a real history here of true locals being disposessed of their land. About thirteen years ago the Four Seasons bought the town of Punta Mita and relocated the locals to El Anclote, a mile or so south. Now the condos on the beachfront are taking over and we keep hearing rumors that there's another relocation in the future. When I first fell in love with Punta Mita thiry years ago there were a few palapas and some fish on a stick, and that's about it, except, of course, for a stunning beach, eclipsed only by Punta Negra, just around the punta, which is where La Tranquila is. We haven't had rain in a week, and the water is so clear it's hard to believe.....
But unless you tolerate heat very well, wait a couple of months to visit.... it will be absolute Paradise then!
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