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Travel Blogs from Los Mochis
San Carlos to Los Mochis
This morning we were up early, Cathie took Kona for a walk at the Beach
while I packed up Hazel.
Sounds like Cathie and Kona had lots of fun at the beach, visiting with
other people and dogs, they even saw a few dolphins. Cathie was quick
with the camera and got a few nice shots.
By 8am we were on route to Star Marina to buy a new water pump for
Hazel. This is about ...
... by. In front of us was the promenade and the beautiful blue water of the Sea of Cortez (which we would be crossing later) with fishing and pleasure boats and Pelicans bobbing about. The promenade soon became a hive of activity as the many food vendors starting setting up in preparation for the daily ferry passengers. Many are in cars so, rather than waiting at the ferry terminal for hours like we foot passengers would be doing, they come and eat the pizza, French fries, seafood ...
... we didn't get our passports stamped, which is annoying because 1) it's cool to get loads of stamps and 2) we hope that doesn't mean they're going to assume that we have been in the States since the time we landed in Miami a month and a half ago and then try and make us leave or something within the 90 day period as they see it.
Got to Tucson about 7.30am. It is flat and very hot. Our hotel is possibly one of the coollest places on earth (in both senses).
... After lunch I returned to the square which was full of families and couples and groups of friends who were sitting in the shade enjoying each other's company and the balmy afternoon warmth.It was a pleasure to join them and watch the world go by for a while.
At 6.00pm I left for the two hour drive through Los Mochis to Topolobampo - where I was to catch the ferry to La Paz. It was a pleasant, uneventful journey made memorable only by ...
Nothing really special in Los Mochis on the Sea of Cortes. This is where we were catching the train to Copper Canyon. We drove around a little bit but nothing too exciting. The traditional city grid setup and a short drive outside of town is the car ferry terminal. This is where you can catch a car ferry to La Paz, Baja Califorinia. We were up at 4:30am to catch the 6:00am train to Copper Canyon. Yes, when the ...