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#124409 - 07/01/06 01:33 PM Running route  
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We are coming down next month and I would like to run in the mornings to work off the previous days excesses, Belikin, food, Belikin, etc. What would be the most interesting route, going south from town or crossing the bridge and going north? Thanks.

#124410 - 07/01/06 01:53 PM Re: Running route  
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I personally like to run south on the beach...as up north it is very bumpy/rocky right now and harder to run as you have to slow down in many areas.

#124411 - 07/01/06 04:05 PM Re: Running route  
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I think running on the road north of the bridge to about Playa Blanca (only 6 miles) should be a good run for ya'!


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#124412 - 07/01/06 04:32 PM Re: Running route  
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Is that 6 one way? I'm only good for 3-5 total, as long as I get up early enough to beat the heat.

#124413 - 07/02/06 07:35 PM Re: Running route  
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My wife and I, when we come down, run usually about three basic routes (and it's probably for about the same mileage you're talking):

1. Running down the shore south and back (we stay at a place on the south edge of town)
2. Running up the shore to the cut and back (not as long).
3. Running south of town down some of the streets around the canals. This is good to break up the scenery but the roads are rough on our ankles.

#124414 - 07/02/06 07:52 PM Re: Running route  
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how early is a morning run for you? Where r u staying? Stop by and throw rocks at our place and get us up early to run with you please!!!

#124415 - 07/02/06 08:50 PM Re: Running route  
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We are staying at The Palms from 8/3 - 8/8 and Blue Tang from 8/9 - 8/11. We were in Huatulco. Oaxaca in May and I had to get my run in before 0900 or it was Africa hot on top of humidity. I can generally handle the humidity if temps are lower. I do live in central Texas so heat is no stranger but I'm a 44 yr old in denial.

#124416 - 07/02/06 11:38 PM Re: Running route  
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you can yell from your balcony to ours or throw a rock literately from your place to ours to get us up. Just becareful of the dog if she is on the veranda, lol. 9am good. been working on getting outta bed by 9:30am these days and think 9 is manageable. lol.

#124417 - 07/03/06 08:08 PM Re: Running route  

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XIIth Man - if you are able to get out of bed to run that early you are not drinking enough! laugh

#124418 - 07/04/06 09:59 AM Re: Running route  
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True dat, law! wink

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