El Tiburon Casitas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Samedi 20 décembre 2014.
On roule jusqu'à Loréto, à seulement 200km plus au sud.
En chemin, nous découvrons une superbe plage dans une baie, où nous nous arrêtons pour notre première vraie baignade dans la mer depuis le départ de Montréal.
L'eau est bonne et il fait beau et chaud, comme tous les jours depuis notre entrée au Mexique …
De retour à Loreto!
Nous y resterons du 31 décembre au 7 janvier.
... play in this bay, sparking many a stand-up paddle boarder to get out on the water earlier. This infant was approximately fifteen feet long: much shorter than the two in the bay when I was here last April. I was scared then to get close to a whale shark.
I have since learned that whale sharks are vegetarians and I am in no danger. If I keep ...
... At the time, I imagined a mound of Baja oranges on it for December 25. (My Spanish instructor, a university professor of art from Guadalajara who now lives in Loreto, tells me it is only Baja naranjas that turn orange; those grown in mainland Mexico remain green-skinned even when ripe.)
But the red plate, shelved until Christmas Eve, is not going to be filled with oranges after all. Said plate has proven to be the only proper surface on which to nest our ...
... Every bedroom, in every casa in Loreto Bay, opens to the outdoors. One need only step outdoors, one, two, three steps, and move no further. There are no high-rise towers blocking sky views here. In many houses, ours included, sunrises are visible from bed, with no stepping required.
But a superb sunrise perch is on the headland, past the long mellow curve of the big bay, over the green and around the smaller curve of the pelicans' fishing bay, the around ...