Travel Blogs from Guerrero, Mexico

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Baja Beckons, Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

Baja Beckons

A travel blog entry by thymeoff

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... could see. A spectacular sight that we had not seen since the Atacama Desert in northern Chile. Arriving in the dusty settlement of Guerrero Negro we hoped we would be in time to spend a day watching the gray whales before they start back on their long ...

I Dream of Rain, Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

I Dream of Rain

A travel blog entry by thelees

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... Mexico has been in the press lately raising awareness of the 2+ million people suffering from "the worst drought in 80 years". Guerrero Negro is nothing to write home about. A working town whose claim to fame is the largest salt mine in the world ...

Silver, silver and more silver..., Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico travel blog

Silver, silver and more silver...

A travel blog entry by susieandisidro

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... we crossed was not as steep and/or curvy. This time we were on the way to Taxco (tass-KO) in the state of Guerrero, southwest of Mexico City (approx. 3 hours). There was no direct route to Taxco from Oaxaca so we had to go back to Mexico City and ...

Desierto Vizcaino, Mexico, Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

Desierto Vizcaino, Mexico

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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... dirt track from the nearest paved road during the off-season when it might be days before another car comes by.  Guerrero Negro (black warrior) is a substantial company town beside salt marsh lagoons near the Pacific.  The city is flat and ...

Enroute to Los Angeles, Baja Coastline, Mexico travel blog

Enroute to Los Angeles

A travel blog entry by r.wethereyet

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Once clearing the Bay at Cabo San Lucas, we headed north toward Los Angeles and back to the Pacific Cruise Terminal at San Pedro, ...

Day 2: Sailing South of the Border, Western Pacific Ocean, Mexico travel blog

Day 2: Sailing South of the Border

A travel blog entry by globetrotters

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What time is it anyway? Who the heck knows since we have an inboard room (meaning no porthole). "Michael, what time is it?" I asked. "Eight-thirty," he said. "Did you set your watch up one hour before we went to be like they instructed?" "It was an hour ...

Orientation, Pacific Ocean, Mexico travel blog

Orientation

A travel blog entry by ericgardner

... friend from Fort Collins who is going on the voyage. Yesterday we were on the 10:00 shuttle bus from San Diego to Ensenada, Mexico because it's a lot cheaper to get 700 people out of there instead of the US. As we crossed the border there were two ...

More numbers, Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

More numbers

A travel blog entry by jill.and.manuel

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As we leave the United States and Canada behind us, heading down the Baja California, some updated stats: Total mileage so far:  9193 Total hours on the road: 210 Average speed:  44 Average mpg: 36 (Diesel fuel now £0.50/litre!) Highest ...

Camping in the mountains, Jardines, Guerrero, Mexico travel blog

Camping in the mountains

A travel blog entry by courtrand

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Had a hard workout in the gym with Meric.  We did some real heavy squats... We headed out of Chilpancingo, and up into the mountains.  The road is so curvy busy with trucks and crossing bulls, donkeys, goats and people that the go is sloooooow.... We ...

Parque Nacional Grutas de Cacahuamilpa, Pilcaya, Guerrero, Mexico travel blog

Parque Nacional Grutas de Cacahuamilpa

A travel blog entry by tiara

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I went on a trip to the state of Guerrero to visit the Grottos of Cacahuamilpa, it is a large cavern with lots of stalagmites & stalagtites.   It is considered one of the biggest and most beautiful caverns in the world!  We walked all ...

Turtle bay, Turtle bay, Mexico travel blog

Turtle bay

A travel blog entry by dirkwitkamp

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Ik zit nu in een gehucht aan de turtle bay, het is een vissersplaatsje aan een grote baai, omringd door oud en kaal vulkanisch gesteente, en rotsen. Het is een stoffig plaatsje, geen verharde wegen, maar wel leuke huisjes onder wat struiken die in rode ...

Giant Squid and the 28th Parallel, Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

Giant Squid and the 28th Parallel

A travel blog entry by tambrogdon

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... we left we got to see these giant squid in the water on the beach right outside our doors where we were camped!(see pics) Guerrero Negro is basically another dust bowl of a place but has its beautiful spots. We got to see the "Dunas" (coastal sand ...

His own herd of puppies., Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

His own herd of puppies.

A travel blog entry by roadtrip2010

... didn’t speak English but eventually we got it all worked out. We dined at ‘The Black Warrior’ (English for Guerrero Negro) where Adam was able to satiate his craving for spaghetti.  Poor Adam lost his DS privileges when he ran ahead ...

Acapulco, Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico travel blog

Acapulco

A travel blog entry by rodriram

Hola! Estoy agregando los lugares por los cuales ya pase y no habia podido ingresar nada, para que aparezcan en el ...

Cycling days 6-12: Primo Tapia to Guerrero Negro, Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

Cycling days 6-12: Primo Tapia to Guerrero Negro

A travel blog entry by hobos

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... the taqueria, we see Mel again riding his bike along the highway. We call his name and we end up riding the next 40km to Guerrero Negro together. He ended up behind us (only for a moment) after taking a side trip to Bahia de Los Angeles. Mel's pace is ...

Day One Eighty-Six, Guerrero Negro, B.C.S., Mexico travel blog

Day One Eighty-Six

A travel blog entry by happywayfarer

... the Pemex in Santa Rosalia was out but fortunately the Pemex in San Ignacio had plenty of magna (regular unleaded). We made Guerrero Negro in time to see the aftermath of a motorcycle wreck on the main street and check into the unremarkable and slightly ...

Still Here, Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

Still Here

A travel blog entry by tambrogdon

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Hi everybody Just wanted to put in an entry for those who are keeping tabs on us. We are still here waiting for the water over the roads to subside so we can continue our journey. The rains have stopped and it is beautiful again!Hopefully we can leave ...

Hurricaine Paul, Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

Hurricaine Paul

A travel blog entry by tambrogdon

... a couple hundred miles to do the "wait and see" on Hurricaine Paul. Anyway it took 8 hours to go 200 miles back to Guerrero Negro today. It was raining and when we got to Santa Rosalia there were several big washouts on the road with fast running deep ...

Day One Seventy-Five, Guerrero Negro, B.C.S., Mexico travel blog

Day One Seventy-Five

A travel blog entry by happywayfarer

... like they sell at Home Depot and a backpack sprayer sprayed some odorless, colorless liquid, most likely water, under our truck. Guerrero Negro, about five kilometers south of the 28th Parallel on the Bahia de Sebastian Vizcaino, has to be the sister ...

A ride with Rodolfo, Ejido Vizcaino, Mexico travel blog

A ride with Rodolfo

A travel blog entry by sammygrim

I woke up to the sweet sounds of roosters and pickup trucks on the highway. Again, I had another pretty hard morning of hitchhiking. Standing at the edge of the desert, there´s not a lot of traffic heading southwards but eventually I got picked up by ...

Hitchhiking to nowhere..., Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

Hitchhiking to nowhere...

A travel blog entry by sammygrim

... stalls. He gave good conversation though, and I was able to get a pretty good vitamin C fix too. I didn´t stick around in Guerrero Negro. I´d already been there a week before with Mauro to pick up some supplies. The town´s strange name (which means ...

Stopped in Guerrero Negro, Baha California Sur, Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

Stopped in Guerrero Negro, Baha California Sur

A travel blog entry by ancasteve

On Saturday, January 12th we crossed over into the Baha California Sur and in Guerrero Negro there was a stop that required us to pay 10 Pesos or US $1.00, for a mandatory 'pesticide spray'.  We are not sure if that is what it was or just a quick ...

DEB DOES THE TALKING, at sea, Mexico travel blog

DEB DOES THE TALKING

A travel blog entry by tomtravel

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April13,2009 On The Plane. There is a reason why we never fly Air Canada. In fact there are a number of reasons! First, Air canada is NEVER on time for anything....and even when they are they are late. When we called our flight was 15 minutes ...

Ridiculous off-road excursion, Guerrero Negro, Mexico travel blog

Ridiculous off-road excursion

A travel blog entry by mikeandger

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... than away from, semi-trucks to avoid the back draft pushing us off the road completely. But we made it in one piece to Guerrero Negro, home of Grey Whale watching during the mating season (December - March), where we found a 'campsite' (parking lot) right ...

Bahia Tortugas,Baja California, Bahia  Tortugas,Baja California Sur, Mexico travel blog

Bahia Tortugas,Baja California

A travel blog entry by windstrutter

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Wow!What a place.photos coming tomorrow.I'm in an amzing place.it feels like a spaghetti western and Tony has the hat!I'll be catching up with our cruising so far tomorrow,as comms are few and far between.We've seen whales,seals,sunfish,and thousands of ...

Islas San Benitos and Bahia Tortugas, Bahia  Tortugas, Baja California Sur, Mexico travel blog

Islas San Benitos and Bahia Tortugas

A travel blog entry by windstrutter

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Some of the places we anchored: Colonet,in which the anchorage is a colonade of desert red and brown sandstone cliffs between two arroyos,which appera to look like a nose from above,with the nostrils!Here we witnessed an amazing sunset and at the same ...

people and places in  Baja, Ascuncion, Mexico travel blog

people and places in Baja

A travel blog entry by windstrutter

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Amazing fishing village in Ascuncion.Here making our way down the baja peninsula,with a great bunch of people,on shore and sea.We cook together and sail together and have picked up people on the way.We left Bahia Tortugas and sailed 50nm here and it blew ...

It Would Have Been Better With Whales, Guererro Negro, Mexico travel blog

It Would Have Been Better With Whales

A travel blog entry by meganlyles

After we finally found the ABC bus station in Tijuana, it was no trouble to get a ticket to Guerrero Negro. I do need to get used to the local abreviations though. It was somewhat disturbing to be handed a ticket that said "Gro Negro." Excuse me? But the ...

Home of the Best Pizza Ever, Putla de Guerrero, Mexico travel blog

Home of the Best Pizza Ever

A travel blog entry by stanvan

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Miles: 4,586 Miles Per Gallon: 19.7 As the title states, we got some delicious pizza in town.  Ok, ok, I know pizza in Mexico?  Well we were tired of tacos and at least ordered the most Mexican pizza they had.  It had beans, salsa verde, ...

Salt, Guererro Negro, Mexico travel blog

Salt

A travel blog entry by meganlyles

We wavered on whether or not to try to visit Exportadora De Sal, Gro. Negro's other highlight. At first we figured we'd just move on. I mean, salt? But every single establishment in town had photos on the wall of the salt. Salt fields, salt tractors, ...

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