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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... signal for the TV”! The people who travel in these huge rigs (often just a couple in a vehicle over 40 feet long with slide out bedroom compartments) might be able to travel with the same comforts they have back
home, but their sheer size, lack of ground clearance and manoeverability prevents them from getting anywhere near the wild and interesting places we can access with a well kitted 4x4. In fact, generally these big RVs are stuck with only being able to use tar roads ...
... from every possible place. Even our room key was attached to a
tablespoon. Oh and I cannot forget the very much alive rooster that woke us up
every morning at 5am. Murals decorated the walls and our beds were made out of
concrete (although surprisingly comfy), so I cannot fault the place when it
comes to character. La Paz itself is lovely. Much livelier and bigger than the
last couple of towns we had been to (not hard!). We ...
... you can tell travelling is not just about seeing things, it's so very much more and, were it not for the incredible people we have encountered on this journey, and that includes the smiling storekeeper and the laundromat lady, it would never have been half the adventure it has been!
New Year's Eve arrived so we went for a walk along the promenade to see what the "fiesta" was and join in the partying. The town had put up a big stage and there was live music of the ...
We were ready to begin living in Mexican time when we arrived in La Paz. The glistening water along the Malecon (the boardwalk) beckoned and it was just the place to wind down. I also love all of the bright colours that are everywhere here. We all enjoyed our first meal in Mexico: arrachera faijitas and fish and shrimp tacos.
Manana (tomorrow), we head north to the tiny town of Mulege, supposedly the prettiest town in Baja.
We've managed to venture ashore every night,despite the current and night time Corumel winds, since Mardi Gras started on Thursday.People come from all over Mexico to sell their wares and put on a spectacular show.Live music from all genres is played and everyone joins in.There is no divide with music here,Mexicans love it all,from mariachi,country,Samba,to Heavy Metal, they dance to it all. So do I.
However,there seems to be a sea change (mind the ...