Travel Blogs from Santa Rosalia, Mexico

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The Sonoran Desert, Sonora Area, Mexico travel blog

The Sonoran Desert

A travel blog entry by myjob

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Well, as most of you might know, I am a sucker for deserts fº So, its fair to say the best part of Sonora is flying over a 120,000 sq mile desert everyday. Enjoy the photos ...

Onwards and Upwards, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Onwards and Upwards

A travel blog entry by thelees

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A more happening and visually appealing place than Mulege. Santa Rosalia is a cute old mining town with a weird combo of moods - old Western wooden buildings meets French colonialism. The streets were abuzz with Christmas shopping and not a gringo in ...

Santa Rosalia, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Santa Rosalia

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67

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... settlements in Baja which either have origins as 18th century mission settlements or as 20th century industrial and agricultural town, Santa Rosalia dates to the late 1800s when the French El Boleo corporation received the rights to exploit the area's ...

Now That Was Easy!, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Now That Was Easy!

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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Thursday Bus from El Rosario to Santa Rosalia  574 km / 356.3 mi  :) Having decided on taking the bus through the desert, we set the alarm for 5am and were peddling the 2.5k to the station by 5:40. We arrived at the station 10 to 6… "No ...

Taking the Whole Day Off!, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Taking the Whole Day Off!

A travel blog entry by michellendave

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7/30 Santa Rosalia Neither one of us slept sound in San Victor Motel. It was too hot. I felt I was laying in a oven left on the warm setting.  The two fans, switched to high, didn't bring any relief either. This oven has convection cooking with the ...

Into the desert we go, Santa Rosalia, Mexico travel blog

Into the desert we go

A travel blog entry by jillsy

Looks like another desert nothig boring ...

Day One Seventy-Seven, Santa Rosalia, B.C.S., Mexico travel blog

Day One Seventy-Seven

A travel blog entry by happywayfarer

... before heading southeast this morning. At the bottom of about ten miles of hairpin turns we arrived back at the Sea of Cortez in Santa Rosalia, a former French mining town of 10,000 in a narrow valley. Santa Rosalia is busy and a little cramped but it ...

Desert & Soldiers !!, Santa Rosalia, Mexico travel blog

Desert & Soldiers !!

A travel blog entry by davey1212

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... was ok-ish.  Glad when it was over !!!!!!!!!    After this the heat rose and rose and by the time I reached Santa Rosalia on the Sea of Cortez, I really was baking. I asked a couple of people if there were campsites but the answer was ...

Sta.Rosalia,Baja California Sur, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Sta.Rosalia,Baja California Sur

A travel blog entry by windstrutter

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... did come up as usual and the sky was blue and the air quite warm.We arrived in the narrow and quaint harbour of Sta.Rosalia,BCS, at 12.00, just in time for a tequila to celebrate our arrival. What an incredibly strange and wonderful place.We've anchored ...

France collides with Mexico, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

France collides with Mexico

A travel blog entry by gatogo

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... hundreds of acres, with tunnels, rail lines and gondolas. The smelter was huge, and still stands today. In the 1920’s Santa Rosalia became the first town on the Baja to have electricity.  Laborers were both Mexican and Chinese. Prosperity began ...

The Ferry to Guaymas, Santa Rosalia, Mexico travel blog

The Ferry to Guaymas

A travel blog entry by meganlyles

... places that we don't know much about and might not fall in love with. Sometimes it takes time to get into the right groove. Santa Rosalia is nice enough, but we didn't want to stay anymore. So we went to the ferry terminal to see about tickets to ...

What Am I Eating?, Santa Rosalia, Mexico travel blog

What Am I Eating?

A travel blog entry by meganlyles

... me today. I did fine at 7:15 this morning when we bought our bus tickets in Gro. Negro. But as soon as we hit Santa Rosalia I became useless. We barely managed to get ourselves a hotel room, and then only because it's fairly obvious what one wants when ...

Invitation reminder from David Guilmettte, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Invitation reminder from David Guilmettte

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal

Hi Ther, David Guilmettte invited you to join WAYN on June 29th 2011. Join David Guilmettte now: http://www.wayn.com/invite/19446-qes3g2/gu0mkm-9a07tdh6hoqc5 Connect with David and meet over 15 million members worldwide who have a passion for travel and ...

Santa Rosalia, BCS, Santa Rosalia, Mexico travel blog

Santa Rosalia, BCS

A travel blog entry by leggesnbaja09

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... , move em' out. Time to move on... stopped in a few towns along the way and enjoyed the scenery. Ended up in Santa Rosalia, a unique town of French architecture.  We stayed at Hotel de Real - acceptable place, and dog friendly. J   ...

Leaving the Nest, Santa Rosalia, Spain travel blog

Leaving the Nest

A travel blog entry by nomadchef

I'm cringing already, even before my bloodshot eyes are even open. Half remembered pictured fog my head inbetween the painful thumps of my heart pounding in my ears. I drag myself out from beneath the cool sheets and wipe the thick crust from my eyes. ...

The Local Life, Santa Rosalia, Spain travel blog

The Local Life

A travel blog entry by nomadchef

I awake, finding myself in yet another strange bed in another nameless town. The Pirate has mercifully let me sleep in and the afternoon sun is streaming in through the rattan blinds. Today marks the begining of my third month adrift. There's a black ...

14th Destination, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

14th Destination

A travel blog entry by stephwadejount

Ballena's first bath and Vet visit to get rid of the fleas and ...

Invitation to connect on LinkedIn, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Invitation to connect on LinkedIn

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal

LinkedIn ------------ Ther, I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn. - David David Guilmette Publisher / Traveler at The Bohemian Journal.com at Barefoot Productions San Francisco Bay Area Confirm that you know David Guilmette ...

Reminder about your invitation from David Guilmett, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Reminder about your invitation from David Guilmett

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal

LinkedIn ------------ Dear Ther, This is a reminder that on May 24, David Guilmette sent you an invitation to become part of his or her professional network at LinkedIn. Follow this link to accept David Guilmette's invitation. ...

Mar de Cortez, Santa Rosalia, Mexico travel blog

Mar de Cortez

A travel blog entry by siruni

En el Pueblo cada habitante pareciera que tuviera su propio carro, ademas la noche o parece nunca acabar, ademas primer amanecer con vista al ...

David Guilmettte: Where are you now?, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

David Guilmettte: Where are you now?

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal

Hi Ther, You have yet to confirm whether you would like to connect with David Guilmettte. Please choose from the following options: Accept David's connection request: http://www.wayn.com/invite/19767-t3pnq6/gu0mkm-9a07tdh6hoqc5 Reject David's connection ...

not so done, Santa Rosalia, Mexico travel blog

not so done

A travel blog entry by nacrobat

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... pm as instructed for the supposed departure time of 8:00 pm from Guaymas, Sonora with a scheduled arrival time of 6:00 am in Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur. It was a small ferry; two medium sized trucks, three pickups - one pulling a trailer with two ...

David Guilmettte has left a message for you, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

David Guilmettte has left a message for you

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal

Hi Ther, David Guilmettte has left you a message on WAYN. To read message from David click on the link below: http://www.wayn.com/invite/23155-pfosop/gu0mkm-9a07tdh6hoqc5 All the best, The WAYN Team ---------------------------------------- To stop ...

Bumpy Passage, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Bumpy Passage

A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423

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#13 Bumpy Passage to Santa Rosalia We wave "hasta luego" to Kasasa at East Ánimas.  The 24-hour passage to Santa Rosalía starts out rough and bumpy rounding Punta Las Ánimas.  As we near San Francisquito some 10 hours later, the wind pipes up ...

Santa Rosalia, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Santa Rosalia

A travel blog entry by naomiriyo5423

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... to resemble cedar siding—a very clever solution to the problem of maintaining the “look” of wooden buildings.  Santa Rosalia will always remain high on our list of favorite places in Mexico. It’s time to say “Hasta ...

Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico, Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico, Mexico travel blog

Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, Mexico

A travel blog entry by fdebane

Santa Rosalia, Baja California Sur, ...

Reminder about your invitation from David Guilmett, Santa Rosalía, Mexico travel blog

Reminder about your invitation from David Guilmett

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal

LinkedIn ------------ Dear Ther, This is a reminder that on May 24, David Guilmette sent you an invitation to become part of his or her professional network at LinkedIn. Follow this link to accept David Guilmette's invitation. ...

Amanece en un poblado estilo Francés.., Santa Rosalia, Mexico travel blog

Amanece en un poblado estilo Francés..

A travel blog entry by coko_ru

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Desperté con la luz del amanecer, preparé mi mochila y salí a tomar algunas fotos al pueblito, que no es muy grande, tomé un chocolate caliente y caminando hacia la salida, encontré la iglesia diseñada y expuesta por Eiffel, luego el museo donde ...

Baja California, Santa Rosalia, Mexico travel blog

Baja California

A travel blog entry by worldvoyageur

Set off from San Diego YHA in another guests car and sped over the border at Tijuana heading south for some sun. Camped in some great cactus-ridden ...

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