Hacienda Paraiso de La Paz
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... from them.The marina manager smiles at me more and calls me 'senorita', however there is a very good reason for this .I bought a dvd with the title 'Venus' ,without reading the content.When our friend by the same name read the content she said it was about public displays of affection.We tried to play it but it was fuzzy.Anyway, I took some books and the film to the marina office and went to put them on the shelf,as the film was in Spanish I passed it to ...
... a rip off and probably more expensive than using a local bank
teller who would only charge one lot of commission I think. But then ATMs are way quicker and more convenient than standing in bank queues.
We shopped at the big Mega supermarket in town and parked on the nice beachfront to walk along the beach to stretch our legs. There were lots of Americans there (Mazatlan is quite close to the US and offers warm winter weather). Many of the US expats there appeared ...
... Had a foot full of them this morning as I accidentally stepped out of my sandal. By the time I got back to the tents my foot was bleeding from many small punctures.
This seems to be a BCers hangout. Boondockers from Harrison Hot Springs, Hornby and Pender Islands, North Vancouver and other BC places.......and one Albertan from Sylvan Lake.
... then it got chilly by night, it is winter after all :-), there is a wonderful boardwalk along the beach and ocean that runs the length of town, we had a good market and an excellent bakery around the corner, there was a laundromat and grocery store nearby, we stayed at the Pension California Hostel which had a poor excuse of a kitchen but a kitchen nevertheless, the hostel had some lovely people staying there while we were there, we found a few street-food vendors where we ...
... to enjoy it more each time. The people here are genuinely friendly, helpful, and interested in visitors to their city. Everyday is an adventure whether we're provisioning at the super mercado or scouting around for some obscure boat fitting--we feel welcome in La Paz.
So let's skip the thousand-word narrative and go directly to the photo album for our last entry in The Sea ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking