Club El Moro Hotel Suites
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... classic branching human-like arms. On our journey north the amount and size of cacti was incredible. They were in valleys and on the tops of large hills. Simply everywhere. They were the perfect backdrop as the sun rose, which we learned was just as beautiful as the sunsets in La Paz. We stopped a few times for coffee, bathroom breaks and food. These stops differed from most cheesy travel tours of fast food stops and gas station pee breaks. The first place was a ...
... so this seemed like a safe choice. We did find that the cost of the liability insurance for renting was actually more than we had researched but when you discover this in Mexico, there is little to be done. We hopped in our Nissan (Automatic! A foreign delicacy.) and were on our way to La Paz via Todos Santos.
Tanya and I have a rule that we avoid being a driver and navigator team at all costs. This seems to be a recipe for marital friction, but in this case we had no ...
... to do it by by myself, but when you can only get there by boat, it gives people a bit more of a bargaining tool). So yeh, essentially I got priced out of getting a boat to myself, so had to visit a few agencies who said it was too late to go that day, but knew if I asked around a bit I’d be able to get on something. Got picked up from a hotel, where in the meantime I’d purchased a drink with so much sugar in, it would put Relentless to shame!
... That night we were treated to a glorious sunset which would have been even more spectacular had we not been looking at it through the site’s security fence….
Meantime I was battling a bit to get rid of the remains of the flu which was proving to be hard to shift. One thing it isn’t is malaria – it’s too chilly at night now for malaria carrying mozzies.
Hooray – we finally got our EPA Exemption letter by e-mail for the LR to enter the ...
... probably get 25 knots from the south. We should arrive in 2 or 3 days.
Ashika at Anchor on Isla Espiritu Santo.
Kayaking the Dogs.