De Kiki

Address: San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico | Campground
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TripAdvisor Reviews De Kiki San Felipe

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Travel Blogs from San Felipe

First time camping

A travel blog entry by baf on Apr 05, 2015

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... di questo mondo ad aver avuto il piacere di dividere anche questa esperienza con uno dei miei migliori amici.Bella G!!!
Il giorno seguente dopo un'altra notte massacrante per me,anche se un po' meno rispetto a quella precedente,ci si avvia verso la civilta',ancora una volta.Con un po' di malincuore per la brevita' della scampagnata ma pur sempre un mega sorriso stampato dentro e fuori per l'aver fatto ancora una volta una scelta disorganizzatissima ma uscita alla grande come al ...

California-Part 3 (including a trip to Mexico)

A travel blog entry by schulmericas on Aug 24, 2012

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... The food was fantastic and cheap ($30 or R240 for 5 people) and we enjoyed the company of our new found friends. Walking back to the hotel we were lured, once again, to Al's bar for a night cap with Jose and Maritza. We were able to convince them to visit us in S.A and not to be afraid of any such pet lions in our gardens! After getting back to San Diego, we went off to be all touristy again at Sea world! A visit here was needed in order for Jeff to ...

Star Dust Caught

A travel blog entry by lollygagger on Jan 04, 2011

2 comments, 10 photos

... no other visitors there yet so it was only the four of us, plus our guide. In Mexico it seems impossible to take a walk in the woods without an escort. Eventually we started seeing orange and black wings on the ground, and then our guide stopped us and said we were nearly there. He asked us to be quiet, to not whistle and to walk carefully. Ray translated for us, making things so much easier.

I looked ahead and at first, saw only ...

Vagabonds at Last

A travel blog entry by lollygagger on Jan 03, 2011

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... concerned about being warm enough. The guide book stressed getting a hotel with rooms offering a fireplace, but there was no such choice there. So the owner's daughter brought us two big wool blankets, offering them with a smile.

We spent some time walking around town, finding ourselves at the city center where some locals were gathered. In one restaurant we were thrilled to meet two fellow Americans who were also going to see the butterflies tomorrow. Their names ...

Driving from San Felipe to Loreto, BC, MX

A travel blog entry by bohemianjournal on Mar 15, 2010

5 photos

... tow, I hitched rides back to the SF Bay Area to finish my recuperation in Daly City at Kevin's little back-of-a-garage studio whilst we made plans and provisions to take off to San Felipe, Mexico.

And I bought another motorcycle.

Yes, indeed, I went all the way to Madrid to get dumped. But that's another story; a book, in fact, titled "Spain and Love in the Grasp of an Armless Man." Look for it next year. ...