Desert Inn San Ignacio

D Conocido sta Rosalia, San Ignacio, Baja California, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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Dead Dog Island, sounds likes a Pirate Adventure

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw


... rocks, we spot schools of foot long needle fish in the channel. We slow and drop anchor to try out this spot. There is a guy camping on the beach of Dog Island that has made himself a low palapa from drift wood and a blue plastic tarp. He has a small cook fire still smoldering away after cooking, hopefully, fish for breakfast,

We both end up losing all our tackle on the rocks on the bottom, including the weights and leaders. Rather than ...

There are Stars in the Southern Sky

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw


... the tides. Low tide yesterday gave us at least a 100 yards of wet sand to the water.

We snorkeled yesterday just off the rocks to the north of our casita. Sadie does not like it when we snorkel, so we left her in the house with a bone stuffed with bread and peanut butter. She howled for a little while telling us that she did not appreciate her forced separation and then went back to her bone.

Snorkeling close on our cove is not up ...

Reading Rainbow in Posada

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw


... br> One book reminded us of good friend Charlie Heffernan, entitled "White Man's Grave" by Richard Dooling: an odd story of a Peace Corp volunteer in Sierra Leon, out in the bush above Bo, drinking Star Beer and getting mixed up with the local witchcraft. Sound familiar Charlie? You are not into that Baboon man, bofima thing, are you?

We also read, "Telex From Cuba," by Rachel Kushner all about the United Fruit ...

Turn the Page

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw


... with gas again.

We also had our, oh my God, we are all gona die, moment. The winds had not died down, but we wanted to go kayaking, never-the-less, so we decided to head into the wind while they were relatively calm and take an umbrella so that Bobby could catch the wind and sail us home. Well that actually did work, somewhat well, until the umbrella turned inside out and we could see that the wind had taken us ...

A Christmas Story

A travel blog entry by hawkinsw


... If you break a stem on either tree you immediately smell the fragrance of the sap. They smell different, and after little experience, you can begin to tell them apart, just by the smell. Collecting these specimens has not made me any wiser. I might have a few new words to play in scrabble. But, it is a nice thing to think about in relation to the story of Christmas. And, it does look a bit like Bethlehem, here in ...

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