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Old 21st January 2011, 01:59 AM
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The only swimming is usually water parks, swimming pools or the ocean. If you need the ocean then it will be humid ... maybe less so in Baja.

You can acclimate to areas on the west coast south of Baja ... but many don't want to. Guess you just have to try it. East coast (gulf) is even more humid.

$700us can get you a pretty nice place anywhere but you need to look and you won't find it on the Internet. If you need AIR in the summer then "rent" goes up
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