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Back to Playa Balandra with its warm shallow water and white sand beach. Relaxed, swam, relaxed some more. The Baja 1000 going on today so Playa Balandra was a good place to get away from it. Stopped again at Playa Tecolote just a few minutes further up the road for margaritas and some conversation with some of the guys at the palapa. Then back to La Paz where we walked around a bit, saw the local cathedral built in the early 1800s, bought some coffee that our ...
... and pure relaxation as does La Paz. Take a romantic stroll along the Malecon, dine in one of La Paz's many fine restaurants or just grab one of the best hotdogs you'll find anywhere. Wake up and head out for a great day of fishing, kayaking or scuba diving. When you return and freshen up, you are sure to find some nightlife that fits your lifestyle, from tame to shame and everything in between."
We walk around the beach area and ...
... The cove has been renamed by developers as Ensenada de Los Sueños (Cove of Dreams.) Oh those marketing types. What’s not to like about a Cove of the Dead (Los Muertos?)
Once we had the anchor down we both jumped overboard. Even though the water temp was 82 it felt refreshing in the heat of the day. Thank goodness! We hung out for a bit just enjoying being somewhere that wasn’t full of the buzz that the tourist areas have. After a couple ...
... 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, ...
... off the beach though due to the dumper waves and obvious undertow. The thump of the dumpers hitting the beach would have affected a light sleeper on one of the more costly sites nearest the beach. It was also hot at night and the onset of flu or something similar didn’t help me sleep that well either.
Later on in the day we hailed a taxi to town whose driver stopped en route for an ice cream which he licked casually whilst tearing around the twisty road back to the city ...