El Cardon Trailer Park

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

Sea Lions, Dolphins and Whale Sharks, Oh My!

A travel blog entry by millervilles


... t really notice (I'm much more insulated than she is). We swam around for 45 minutes to an hour but we could have easily stayed all day. With the GoPro we filmed the sea lions swimming in circles, diving down to visit scuba divers 40 feet below and happily playing with the lines that drifted from our boat. Tanya took pictures at point blank range with her underwater digital camera. In several shots they would gently chomp down on the pole I was using to film with or ...

Happy Diciembre from La Paz

A travel blog entry by winterhawk


... just hanging out with lots of time on our hands. How nice to finally find that place after 4 months of nearly non-stop travel!

Tuesday night we went into town and had dinner at a restaurant called “Banditos.” It was an interesting place. From the street it’s surrounded by a tall cyclone fence and sits in a sort of industrial area just across the street from the marinas on the waterfront. Not that ...

@%**#$%* GPS !!!

A travel blog entry by davey1212


... terminal, to get my bike permit. The GPS must be a couple of years out in Mexico as some of the roads did not exist, were new gated communities of just bad dirt roads. Despite all this and the heat I got there in the end !

At the Hostel in ...

Baja California - beautiful but a bit brrrrr!

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy


... cities, but the guide books more or less said that to miss it would be a great pity, and the city has one rather special drawcard that sucked us in once reminded about it – Acapulco’s famous
Clavadistas or Cliff Divers. But even before we got to our camp site or had a chance to see the Clavadistas in action we became the prey of the city’s crooked cops as we battled our way through its hectic traffic. As we crawled along its congested streets heading to the north ...

Sail repairs and birthday party week...

A travel blog entry by windstrutter


Well, this whole week has been dedicated to sails and repairs,thanks mostly to Venus and Gareth, on Searenity,we now have more patches than sail!Seriously though,we'd paid an arm and a leg for our new bolt rope(we won't mention ,which left us low on the monthly budget when they came along the pontoon with their industrial machine and set to! Stars shining stars! So as Venus' ,rubbish, assistant we got through the mizzen,main and various tidying jobs in 3 days.During ...


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