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We got up early Wednesday to make final preparations. We still needed to launch Ken's boat that Bill and his son, Rob, would take from the La Ribera Marina to La Paz. There we were to board the Big Cat. We loaded the back of the Suburban with most of our food supplies that Ken, Tracy and I would drive to La Paz.
It was just after noon that we had every thing done and got on the road for the 2 hour drive north. We still had more to do when we got to La Paz. ...
... wrong way down one way streets we found a BW which was really nice and while Tracy and Marion scraped the mud off our gear. Lindsay and me did a good job of straightening our panniers which had took the brunt of the fall with two rocks.
This took several hours fortunately we appeared to have crossed across ...
... on the cliffs and wild fig trees clinging below and impossibly clear water. We arrive at the sea lion colony and jump in to make friends! We allow the sea lions to approach us in their own time but they don't seem particularly interested and keep mostly to themselves. The colourful fish alone make the snorkel worthwhile but occasionally a furry face will dart closer for a quick investigation and being able to observe the sea lions as they perform their ...
... the first and we drove back to town with the huge yellow moon low in the sky. We settled in that night for a locally filmed arthouse film 'El Topo' (The Mole), from the seventies, which Liliana's dad had given us a copy of. It has to be one of the most surreal and hardest to follow films I've ever seen, but was nice to see the dunes once more! The following day was another chilled one for me, allowing me to fully recover my health and voice, ahead of the weekend. We did have a ...
... around is of brown and green hills; more green than we had, imagined. Some of the hills have very angular chiseled features, others appear very round and eroded. Interspersed are beautiful sandy beaches. Beautiful waterfront homes just as you would see back home dot the beaches. We imagine many, if not most, belong to Yankees. Other than palms, which appear only where there are developments, there are no trees. Cacti of all shapes are ...