Casa al Centro Inn B & B
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... traipsing around I eventually got booked on an overnight flight to Mexico City, and from there to LAP. The upshot of it was that I arrived in LAP almost a day late, forcing Claudia – who had arrived on time – to twiddle her thumbs in La Paz. Anyway, this hiatus aside, things now seem to be working well ...
Went out to visit a couple of really awesome beaches that next day, chilling out with Karla, whose accent made it sound like ***** rather than beach! It was her that first noticed it but then it became increasingly amusing – for example ‘lets go and visit the *****’, ‘this ***** is good, but I like the other ***** better’, ‘this ***** is really popular’, ‘you can swim on this *****’ etc etc. We were both able ...
... dive and immediately noticed that the water temperature was different, it was bloody freezing. We followed the dive master Nelson, we were meant to dive on this rock but i reckon he called it a bit early and we missed it, so we were diving a sandy bottom with patches of coral and seaweed. To make matters worse there was a plume of plancton lying on the bottom 2m which was green and ruined your visibility. So first impressions of the Sea of Cortez weren't that great. Brock and ...
... to sell up their
house here and buy an RV. Cannot work out why.
We stopped for one night at El Manglar restaurant and RV site at Zihuatanejo (N17 37.573 W101 32.665). Not a bad spot but filled with huge Canadian or US rigs, one with a washing machine and dish washer parked next to it! The place used to be known as La Ropa restaurant which is known for being one of the best eateries in town. Sadly the day we were there was the one day a week when it’s closed. There was ...
... the ferry to the
mainland. We rocked up to what had been described as ‘the funkiest hotel in La
Paz’ and were completely dumbstruck. It was hilarious. Decorated like a junk
museum. You name it and it was probably hanging from the balcony or the trees.
A full size wooden horse stood outside, a model monkey in a car was outside our
room, a surfboard dangled from the tree, old dollar bills decorated the tables