Ignacio Springs Bed & Breakfast

Address: Apartado Psotal #14, San lino, San Ignacio, Baja California, 23930, Mexico | B&B
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This B&B is located on Apartado Psotal #14, San lino, San Ignacio.
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    Travel Blogs from San Ignacio

    This was Mexico's BIG Baja

    A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on Mar 13, 2013

    2 comments, 36 photos

    ... to get to the beach was halted by several massive tree stumps on the sandy track which even Jambo could not clamber over. But on the second attempt we were successful and found ourselves a grand spot right on the beach where we tucked Jambo’s nose into the bush to ward off some of the wind. In minutes we had the table and chairs set up, the braai (barbeque) well alight using the plentiful driftwood to be found on the beach, and most importantly the rum and coke frosting my ...

    Tequila and Tacos...we must be in Mexico!

    A travel blog entry by jaxandkel on Oct 25, 2012

    5 photos

    ... blow hole). It basically is a crater in the rock by the ocean and when the water pressure builds up underneath it shoots out water, like when a Whale comes to the surface. It was quite impressive and the area around it is really beautiful. Again there are lots of market stalls, allowing me to practice my Spanish (non) and places to get fresh seafood and pina coladas in a pineapple. It also gave us the chance to negotiate local transport i.e. chicken ...

    Northern Baja .... and even better adventures!

    A travel blog entry by ronamoon on Sep 30, 2011

    41 photos

    ... town crammed between the red raw rock of the mountains - the Sierra de San Boria - behind it and the beach and bay of the same name. It is a small dusty town of about a couple of thousand locals who rely on the tourist and fisherman for a living. Most of the roads are dirt and dust covers most things. There's plenty of hotels and motels and a few camp grounds with a lot of old RV parks in different states of disrepair.

    Found our way thru' town ...

    South of the Border

    A travel blog entry by surfnc93 on Nov 04, 2010

    15 photos

    ... higher tide…glassy and reeling all the way down the point

    -sea lions were everywhere and more people were out…Timmy Reyes and Josh Kerr

    -Bubba bar guy

    -Atalita’s and the corn tortilla jokes were always subjects worthy of a good laugh

    -Elly sliced his foot, Teddy stepped on an urchin, and Hunter ...

    One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Floor!

    A travel blog entry by chris-tom on Oct 06, 2010

    18 photos

    ... and after 2 margaritas at lunch we were all very happy and ready to buy anything. Must have been on the boat too long as I was swaying in a few of the shops (before the margaritas).

    In the Mexican pharmacies you can purchase practically anything over the counter. Viagra appears to be very popular as it is advertised ...