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Travel Blogs from Ensenada
... bus station at a breakneck speed. As we speed-walked I inflicted my rusty Spanish on him and he was full of advice for places to go in Baja. He got me to my bus just in time (in fact he made them wait) and then I was off.
I arrived in Ensenada 2 hours later...there had been times when I really didn't think that we would make it - the bus had a tendency to lurch unexpectedly and several times when we stopped to let someone off it made horrible ...
... a hard mattress and TV and a heater and lights all night if you want. We are victims of comfort once again.
We took our time getting started in the morning. I took another shower, just to hydrate. It rained as we slept. Finally got our start before 9, but only going as far as Ensenada. Mex 1 is undergoing a bit of roadwork with several spots where the traffic is routed off the road onto a dirt track while the work on the road continues. We experienced this ...
... a lot of horror stories from a lot of folk. I know Mexico doens't have the best reputation but I kinda figured as long as we weren't doing anything wrong and kept to a fairly well travelled track we should be ok. So far, glad to report, this seems to be the case. I have yet to feel threatened or unsafe in any of the spots we've been to, thank God. Our Rosary beads are working well!
First stop south of the border was Ensenada. ...
... the big Bahia Concepcion laid out in front of us with white horses being raised on its deep blue waters by the usual fresh northerly wind. We knew there were plenty of popular RV sites just a bit further along the coast from there. But that was the problem; we knew that meant wall to wall RVs on the beach sites which didn’t really appeal to us. However, as we looked down on the southern end of the Bahia Concepcion shoreline some 500 metres from the road we spied some odd ...
We are outside a wine cave where real Baja wines are stored. What an experience. Our host was one of three women who make their own local wines. One from grapes partially from France. We stayed at small B&B overnight. Cold here. Gotta move south ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool