El Cardon Trailer Park

104, La Paz, Baja California, Mexico | Campground
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Mom went down!!

A travel blog entry by al-karen


... Paz. Mom heads back from breakfast while we disembark. When we get off, there's a Mariachi band playing right on the dock with a bunch of booths set up with Mexican crafts, souvenirs, t-shirts, etc. They even have a bar set up there with $1.50 beer. I didn't think Mom even knew about this but we have no way to tell here what she's missing so off we go. We get into LaPaz a bit after 9am after traveling through a mostly industrial area.

A Day Off

A travel blog entry by millervilles


... be either abandonded, under construction, or well past their prime. And not really the quaint 19th century old. The 1960's old. But still an interesting area. We headed west to the Malecon passing small stores, banks and a legit looking little rib restaurant that Tanya had to pull me away from. We grabbed two ice creams and began exploring. The Malecon had recently been refurbished with beautiful statues honoring local heroes, religious icons and sealife. ...

Beaches & Bitches

A travel blog entry by doove


... chatted with Karla for a bit – I loved the way she said tacooooooo haha, but it had been quite a long day, so retreated to my room to catch up on some important things (Breaking Bad, Homeland, South Park and Match Of The Day….) So much for sleeping, but I felt happy I was no longer the only person who hadn’t seen the end of Breaking Bad, and pretty pleased I’d managed to avoid any spoilers during the week or so since its finale…

The ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by vgfamily


... finding a good restaurant. In Coyoacan we visited the Diego Rivera Museum, which is his collection of pre-hispanic artifacts housed in awe-inspiring stone castle that he designed. We also stepped into La Casa Azul, where Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera had lived. Some of the rooms were adorned with Kahlo and Diego's paintings and others looked as they had when they lived there. On another day, when walking around the Palacio Nacional in the center ...

Leaving the Mayans

A travel blog entry by beattie_family


... yes Walmart!! our first major supermarket for 3 months) and we spent a happy couple of hours buying and browsing. Headtorches, paracetemol, in-car snacks/lunch, trainers (Izzys feet have grown and she's using mine), moisturiser, rubics cube, beard trimmer etc. We stuffed it all into the car somehow and then drove for around 3 hours through cactus forest and desert to La Constitucion. There is one hotel in the ...


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