El Cardon Trailer Park

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

Coastal drive; last day on Malecon

A travel blog entry by johnandjerry on Nov 16, 2014

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... La Paz walking the Malecon. We had some incredible seafood for dinner; shrimp stuffed with cheese and then wrapped in thick mexican bacon and octopus with a nice garlic sauce with strips of guajillo chili to spice it up. Yum!

Off to Los Barriles today to wind up our little excursion to Baja Sur
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Mom went down!!

A travel blog entry by al-karen on Mar 10, 2014

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... exited the bus station and right onto the "Malecon". It's like a boardwalk with no boards. It's Boomer and Min's family's first time to Mexico and they don't understand that it costs 5 pesos to go to the toilet. I have pesos and save the day.

As the guide put it, "To experience La Paz, you must feel the warmth of its people and see the beauty the Mar de Cortez has to offer. No place on earth has the perfect balance of ...

Buenas Dias from just north of Los Muertos

A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Nov 16, 2013

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... inside. Once again we were glad for the Costco chaise cushion purchase. We both got a good nights sleep in the cockpit in sweet smelling fresh air. It was like being kids again and sleeping out in the back yard or on the beach.

The wind seems to be up and from the west in the mornings so we took advantage and had a nice sail for a couple of hours. Eventually the wind died and we went back to motoring. We arrived at Los Muertos in the early ...

Day 15 - a new hotel and a gay parade

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... to the new hotel we drove through what seemed to be like Salamanca market times 1000, it went on through about 6 blocks, there were people everywhere and it was complete kaos. We didn't drive far but it took nearly an hour to get there. Driving through people walking in front of the car, other cars trying to get through and the streets lines with market stall and shops selling everything imaginable. I was hoping our new hotel wouldn't be ...

We must be okay nobody hooted at us.

A travel blog entry by beattie_family on Mar 18, 2013

... on the other side of the lights were facing us. Dad had swapped onto the wrong lane when going onto the bridge.

Barbara will remember when I was a passenger in her car, and when she stopped at lights I instinctively put the handbrake on and put the car into neutral, before I remembered that I was not driving. I still often go to the wrong side of the car to get into the drivers seat.

I have driven in several countries, ...

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