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Post by kipissippi on Fri Nov 10, 2017 8:10 pm

Like how's the weather compared to Melaque? More expensive?? Less?
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Post by RickS on Sat Nov 11, 2017 11:24 am

San Carlos, in the winter, will be cooler and more windy. There would be many more options to stay in Melaque and surrounds than San Carlos but I don't know about the 'expense' of each.

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Post by motherofburros on Sat Nov 11, 2017 12:04 pm

kipissippi wrote:Like how's the weather compared to Melaque?  More expensive??  Less?

Yes it is cooler but averages daytime 80F in winter with lower humidity and fewer tropical bugs. The water temperature drops to around 60F. Overall it's quite pleasant.

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Post by martygraw on Sat Nov 11, 2017 10:03 pm

We lived in San Carlos for 4 years. The climate in the winter is moderate although it can get cold at night, then there is summer, that's what drove us out. Temp can get to 120 with 100% humidity. As far as cost of living, about half again what you pay in Melaque.
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Post by motherofburros on Sun Nov 12, 2017 9:04 am

martygraw wrote:We lived in San Carlos for 4 years. The climate in the winter is moderate although it can get cold at night, then there is summer, that's what drove us out. Temp can get to 120 with 100% humidity. As far as cost of living, about half again what you pay in Melaque.  

I agree. I wouldn't consider it for full time, the summers would be unbearable. The wind there can also be bothersome, so one needs to choose location carefully. Having said that, both places (San Carlos and Guaymas next door) are remarkably clean and well kept.

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