Hacienda Paraiso de La Paz
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... your debit card) and we were ready for the excitement to begin, we took the fee on the chin and headed out in our 30 foot boat. The weather could not have been better with no clouds in the sky, a comfy 72 degree sun beaming down and very little wind. We slowly exited the marina gawking at the gigantic boats (one of which was black and looked like the Batmobile or a Stealth Bomber, apparently the 2nd fastest boat in the world) when our captain quickly spotted two to ...
... season. Second was that were no restaurants that specialized in local cuisine. Two Italian restaurants, a sushi restaurant, and several high end dining places but nowhere to grab fish tacos on the go. Luckily, most places had a few local dishes or Mexican influenced specials. Another theme for the trip would be going to bed early. The long day of travel, jet lag, my illness, early sunset and our ever increasing age made staying up late very difficult. We were asleep before ...
... tips on the mainland from John and Stacey, who cycled from Alaska to Guatamala a couple of years ago.
After reluctantly leaving Playa Santispac we drove about two hours to a town called Loreto. Short day as we had a lat start, trying to get rid of the last squeaking noise in Jennay! Hadn't heard much about Loreto at all but turned out to be a really cool little town. Paved streets!!! Last week they had a massive flood so the place was a bit or ...
... on the sides of the road much like some countries to the south. This habit is really very sad, very unsightly and a big turn off to visitors or those thinking of settling here. What is it that makes them do it? Is there a complete lack of reliable and frequent rubbish removal services, no places to get rid of old metal, plastic bags, building rubble and worn
out cars, no industry dealing with recycling or reuse of materials like aluminium, steel, paper etc? Or is just plain ...
... 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, ...
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