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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... here in countries like Mexico, and even more so further south, can be somewhat restrictive in where one can go. Another factor which would terrify me is the gas mileage that these big rigs must have. Many still are powered by gasoline rather than diesel engines. Combine a big petrol V8 with automatic transmission and a large unaerodynamic body maybe weighing in at around 7 tonnes or more and you’re looking at fearsome fuel consumption. If, as many RV owners do, you add a small ...
... night market
on the beach when we arrived and found a cute little side street with small
restaurants and street entertainment. The next day had to be a beach day,
followed by a Milky Way frappe (wow!) before we headed off to the mainland.
Ahead of our 16 hour ferry journey and then 8 hour bus ride to Guadalajara, we
had brunch at a gorgeous restaurant right on the beach and then off we went to
... kind by the most amazing artists, the outfits of white, bling and sombreros were just brilliant :-) We watched for a while, bought some corn on the cob to eat, and then went back to the hostel via the supermarket so we could make ourselves a bite to eat. We went up to the rooftop to drink our wine and watch a pretty impressive fireworks display to bring in the new year but scuttled back down as soon as it was over as it was freezing up on the roof :-) HAPPY NEW YEAR and ...
#16 Opera in Ensenada Grande
Ensenada Grande is a popular anchorage close to La Paz for weekenders with big motor yachts. We want to make sure we have a spot to anchor in the small cove so we head out early in the morning from The Hook and find only two other boats there. We waste not a minute and jump in for a swim in this absolutely beautiful clear blue water! Andrew gives Amizade a ...
... that more young people are turning up for a disco /dance party and buying less traditional items.Some stall holders told us they had travelled from Chiapas,in the south,which took them 60hours! Friendly as ever and no pushing ,or shoving,no drunkeness that spoils everyones fun. Just great revelry and family fun.
yesterday,we ordered a sun awning (our current one is looking sad from the ravages of the elements)from a local machinist and canopy ...