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We started the day early at around 6:00am and decided to give ourselves plenty of time at the airport counter to check-in our luggage.Our airline of choice "cheapo weapo volaris" (no offense Volaris, I say it in the most flattering possible way)just changed their luggage policy, so now we are having to check in our …
We finally decided to take some time to explore the Baja Peninsula, although just a small portion of it. We joined Celina's parents on a weekend excursion through the southern tip of the peninsula.
We headed out of Cabo on highway 19 to Todos Santos and then onward to La Paz,the capital city of Baja Sur.
We had been planning to …
... 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 ...
... orange smoothie and Tanya decided it wasn't for her. We spent the day between Costa Baja's gorgeous infinity pool and the bay. This area is where you really can sense you are in a five star establishment. We spent hours reading and shifting from recliners to hamocks, to poolside semi-submerged recliners and back again. Occasionally I'd shuffle up to the bar to order a cervesa or maybe the waiter would wander by and bring me one. It was hard work. ...
... it was too. Run by Bonnie, Mexican by birth but with strong links to the US and speaking perfect English we felt immediately at home there, sheltered under her huge trees and on nice green grass. Bonnie’s place is one of the fincas owned originally by her parents and features a sort of time share hotel in one corner, her house in another and lots of open farmland around the site. After a hiccup with the gas (which resulted in Bonnie giving us a Strelitzia cutting as a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasabuena Bed and Breakfast La Paz
Amazing place with Milton and his lovely family, highly recommendable. Clean, affordable and welcoming.
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