Ruben's Campground

Address: San Felipe 10000, San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico | Campground
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Travel Blogs from San Felipe

Our New Home

A travel blog entry by michi40 on Nov 09, 2014

... one of two little grocery stores nearby and that really helps. There are no real restaurants in this area, so we’re cooking at home more and eating much healthier since there’s no (irresistible) bread and butter with every meal, and forget dessert!
The weather here is unpredictable, sometimes there’s a bit of rain in the afternoon and it’s often cloudy. We’re line drying clothes, so I try to get laundry done early. Overall ...

SMA and the Living is Easy

A travel blog entry by michi40 on Oct 26, 2014

... many beautiful buildings and churches, and at night everything in the main street is lit up, some with magenta or purple and gold lights. Very festive, and makes a nighttime stroll just delightful. During the day we went to a great hotel built around an old bullfighting ring with a beautiful view of a lovely park. It was a fun trip, but pretty tiring because it’s at a high elevation and you feel that the air seems thin and you ...

La maldición de la oficina de inmigración

A travel blog entry by gatogo on Sep 26, 2011


... a ride out to the immigration office and we were told that they only process citizenship in that office and that to get a tourist visa we would need to go back to the border. At this point, I saw steam beginning to pour from Craig’s ears…and it wasn’t from the humidity here! He cooled off soon and we reminded ourselves that this is Mexico. Luckily, we are paid up at the marina through the end of the month, so we do have a few ...


A travel blog entry by apater on Apr 21, 2011

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Brushed up on my Spanish in this lovely city during the annual cultural festival. Jarabe de Palo played in the central square and the Argentine film Castro at the cinemateca. Both events were standing room only.

I learned to make zacatecan enchiladas. We went to the mercado to buy all the ingredients and spend an afternoon cooking and having a great time.

The Road South for the Summer

A travel blog entry by gypsea on Jun 05, 2009

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... We took time in the morning to explore the area before heading out on June 6.

We had filled up in Ensenada before leaving, so when we got to Catavina we had three-eighths of a tank; perfect, or so we thought until the only pumps in town were out (service and gas). Fortunately, we were able to purchase five gallons for 36 pesos a gallon, not bad considering. We stayed at Rancho Santa ...

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