Casabuena Bed and Breakfast
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Amazing place with Milton and his lovely family, highly recommendable. Clean, affordable and welcoming.
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We are off in our trip!
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 …
... that while Margarita spoke no english, her sister and travel companion, Yolanda, spoke english very well. Eric had also downplayed his ability to communicate with us. Before long, we were teaching each other words and having long conversations. We headed North into the predawn Baja desert, quickly leaving the sprawl of La Paz and any signs of the Sea of Cortez. The area around our hotel had a significant number of cacti that either rose as prickly green cylinders or ...
... just a little planning we took time off of work and were touching down in Los Cabos picking up our little rental car. We debated for some time if we should take a shuttle or rent our own car. After crunching some numbers we decided that the similar cost of the two services and the freedom that a rental would give us meant that the rental was the way to go. We have some experience with renting cars abroad, and more importantly, driving in foreign countries (Argentina, Turkey, ...
... lost more than once in the road tunnels at Bugamville RV Park (N20 56.735 W101 15.506) outside town right opposite a construction camp! It was somewhat noisy with a mechanical digger on the site falling into a hole and a very large and noisy Caterpillar tractor having to come and pull it out. We shared the site with two other big RVs, one containing an Aussie couple(with other camper vans on 3 continents!), the
other belonging to a couple of lay preachers who we didn’t get ...
... br> We are leaving this tranquil slice of life today, May 1, 2012 around noon for a 300 mile trek across the sea of Cortez to Mazatlan. We are expecting light air from the northwest, ...