Casa Costa Azul
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to migrate the 6,000 miles from the Bering Strait to the Baja waters and the Sea of Cortez (which our balcony is on), to escape the cold waters and to birth their young. They range in length from 40 to 50 feet and can weigh up to 73,000 pounds! I copied the picture below from the internet.
Well, that was exciting! On another note, Thursday is Art Walk ...
Cuelva del Raton – Mouse Cave
The Sierra de San Francisco is considered one of the most important rock art regions in the world. Cuelva del Raton is only one example of this extraordinary cultural treasure set in the spectacular desert landscape of the Baja peninsula. To date, researchers have located about 500 pre-Columbian rock art sites in an area of roughly 4300 square miles in the mountainous ...
... t and that it was scary to him. So I encouraged him to give it a try while he’s in San Jose, that there are beaches on the other side of (Sea of Cortez) that have knee deep water without waves and told him about the fish marine life you can see, how it is another world… well, he ended up borrowing my equipment and Paul took him out – so cool. He loved it.
We traded email addresses and who knows, maybe we will meet again some ...
I woke up to the sweet sounds of roosters and pickup trucks on the highway. Again, I had another pretty hard morning of hitchhiking. Standing at the edge of the desert, there´s not a lot of traffic heading southwards but eventually I got picked up by the biggest truck I´ve ...
We finally crossed the US-Mexico border on February 1. In fact, we crossed it twice because the first time we didn't even have to slow down and so we figured we had missed something. We hadn't: after turning around, re-entering the US and crossing the border again, the procedure was same - no need to stop if you don't want to. Before crossing into Mexico, we spent 3 (somewhat rainy) days in Pasadena, driving the LA freeways (never fun in a 4-speed van that ...