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Board: Country: Mexico
Oct 31, 2004 9:13pm
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Letterboxes in Baja
Board: Country: Mexico
Dec 15, 2004 5:11pm
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I cannot figure out how to access the LBs in Baja California and areas around the Sea of Cortez. Can anyone help me?

Lindsays Snowman
Re: Letterboxes in Baja
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #1356 by Lindsays Snowman
Dec 15, 2004 5:52pm
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At the moment, Atlas Quest only has 3 letterboxes listed in Mexico. 1 in the Yucatan and 2 between Guadalajara and Mexico City, sorry we couldn't be more help.
If you hide any boxes in Baja while you are there, be sure to list them!

-Amanda from Seattle
¡Sí, Se Puede!
Board: Country: Mexico
Jun 6, 2007 10:11pm
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Risas y sonrisas desde Colorado EUD!

See Salma Hayek's comment yesterday if don't know

Que Paso?

Box On! (don't know how to say that en espanol...Do you? If so, PLEASE share!)

preboxed
Denver, CO, EUD
non-native-speaker, but if you know what I'm trying to say, you know what I mean
¡Sí, Se Puede!
Re: ¡Sí, Se Puede!
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #97853 by preboxed
Jun 6, 2007 10:50pm
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Box On! (don't know how to say that en espanol...Do you? If so, PLEASE share!)


En caja?

-- Ryan
Re: ¡Sí, Se Puede!
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #97853 by preboxed
Jun 7, 2007 3:35am
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Gracias. Detrás en usted bebé.

Dos mas cervesas. No mas dinero.



Juana, Flores Florecientes





http://world.altavista.com/tr
Re: ¡Sí, Se Puede!
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #97870 by Green Tortuga
Jun 7, 2007 3:37am
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Caja encendido

according to http://world.altavista.com/tr

Which is correct?


Janet, BF
Re: ¡Sí, Se Puede!
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #97899 by System
Jun 7, 2007 5:16am
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¿Síga buscándola?
Re: ¡Sí, Se Puede!
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #97904 by speedsquare
Aug 17, 2007 10:48am
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you cant really translate Box on. a cajear?
Re: ¡Sí, Se Puede!
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #97892 by Blooming Flower
Aug 17, 2007 11:28am
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Quote Caja encendido

according to http://world.altavista.com/tr

Which is correct?


Janet, BF


I'm picturing a box on fire. :) Encender is to light something on fire. Encendido can mean to have something lit on fire, but it is also slang for being excited.
Re: ¡Sí, Se Puede!
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #97899 by System
Aug 17, 2007 11:31am
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Quote ¡Continúe encajonando! ???

Esperanza


Not to be confused with "Continue encojonando!" hee hee. (my mom would hit me if she heard me say that).
Mazatlan
Board: Country: Mexico
Aug 17, 2007 12:10pm
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Has anyone ever found the unlisted boxes in Mazatlan?
We looked for the one near the lighthouse
Puerto Vallarta
Board: Country: Mexico
Aug 29, 2007 10:33am
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We're heading back to Puerto Vallarta next spring and I'm shocked (SHOCKED, I tell you!) that there aren't more boxes there. We'll leave one or two there while we're there, but I'm really surprised that Mexico isn't more densely populated with boxes. I know lots of people go there on vacation...

Anyone going between now and next March? Heh? Planning on leaving anything behind? Heh??? Hint, hint, hint....

Carianna of the GG
Re: Puerto Vallarta
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #122791 by Gryffindors
Aug 29, 2007 10:53am
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I know someone that just went on a cruise I am thinking may have been to Puerto Vallarta. I know she did leave a letterbox but don't know if she's put the clues up yet or not. Will start an investigation right away to see if this is where they stopped....
Pastry Princess
Ensenada
Board: Country: Mexico
Nov 25, 2007 6:19pm
We are headed here in a few weeks and wanted to know if anyone knows of any unlisted boxes (or alternatively listed ones) down there.

TIA!
Re: Mazatlan
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #119104 by Claudia and Alex
Dec 29, 2007 8:33am
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I'm new to this, but wasn't able to find either box here in Mazatlan. The lighthouse had construction going on however.

How do you find the 'unlisted' ones?

Katy
2nd Centennial Oaxaca Letterbox Event
Board: Country: Mexico
Mar 11, 2008 10:03pm
The 1st Centennial Oaxaca Letterbox event was a smashing success. Enough so that we are beginning planning the 2nd Centennial for March 7, 2108. Start saving your pennies and pesos to get you there.

The 1st Centennial was attended directly by Archaeobirder, Chapuline, LitChick, oldhounder, and Siamese. Indirect support came from Lundy and Vickster, zess the treehuggers, and Kilroy, all of whom carved stamps and helped create boxes. The spiritual presence of Rubaduc, Chapuline's sister, could be felt throughout our time together. She would have been particularly welcome if she could have gotten her body there.

oldhounder
Puerto Vallarta
Board: Country: Mexico
Apr 5, 2008 9:42am
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We're back from vacation and are two boxes lighter for it! Just to let anyone know that's heading there that we planted 2, but they may be tricky to get since they're on a private resort. If you're interested, email me before you go and I can give you a solid plan for getting onto the resort if you're not a guest.

Carianna of the GG
Re: Puerto Vallarta
Board: Country: Mexico
Reply to: #209525 by Gryffindors
Apr 5, 2008 10:30am
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What a neat place! did ya find the box that is there? T :)
Yucatan finds
Board: Country: Mexico
Apr 4, 2009 6:25pm
We went to Tulum in February, and were happy to find 2 letterboxes during our trip - one at the Cenote Manatee and one at the ruins at Coba. One at Akumal Bay was missing. There is lots of room for more boxes, because there are so many special places there, but we were too busy exploring and relaxing to plant any ourselves. If we go again, I can come prepared to plant!
guachimontones
Board: Country: Mexico
Apr 28, 2011 2:30pm
Check out the Guachimontones, only about an hour from Guadalajara. Newly excavated ROUND step pyramids. Very cool, just Google it. We left a box there in 2008, still no finders/attempts. Who will be the first finder?
Cabo San Lucas
Board: Country: Mexico
May 14, 2012 11:58am
FYI, We recently went to Cabo San Lucas and struck out on all three boxes listed in town at the Giggling Marlin, Cabo Wabo (we found the heads but they didn't have anything in them) and El Squid Roe (I think the bathrooms have changed, they were not as described we looked in both men's and women's). =(