Fiesta Inn La Paz
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- Swimming pool
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... re outside for the majority of the day, it's baking! We just feel like we have been frying in the sun. If you're just sitting, and not in the sun, it's kinda okay. But as soon as you start to move around, sweat city! These two Northwest folks are really missing cooler weather. Particularly Patti, particularly at night.
Strike number 2 is the Baja geography. Everything is dry, dusty and brown. Yes, there are white sand beaches and turquoise ...
... small fishing town on the Pacific side of Baja that would be our launching point for the whale (balleno) tour. Eric explained that the whales we'd be watching today were Gray Whales that had come to the area to mate, raise their young and avoid the winter in Alaska from which they'd come. As we exited the van Eric pointed at the the small canal of water in the distance and said "Look! A whale." I could see what appeared to be a huge log, stagnantly floating in the ...
... early ninties, Drivin'N Cry'n. We could only stay briefly and had to continue our push north to avoid driving at night. Apparently, driving in Mexico in the dark is not recommended. We would have loved to spend more time exploring Todos Santos.
Before long we were approaching the outskirts of La Paz and took a short cut to the east to avoid the downtown traffic. Considering we had no real maps for this and only written directions from blogs, Tanya directed us straight ...
After nearly frying to death hitching from La Paz to Los Cabos, I decided to splash out the £4 for the two hour return bus ride. I had seen a small bit of La Paz before I went but had arranged a Couchsurfing host through the people I had previously met in Ensenada.
Took the bus out to Walmart, where met up with Karla – another really friendly and fun person to hang out with during the next few days. Was pretty annoyed that I still had a bit of a dodgy ...
... yes Walmart!! our first major supermarket for 3 months) and we spent a happy couple of hours buying and browsing. Headtorches, paracetemol, in-car snacks/lunch, trainers (Izzys feet have grown and she's using mine), moisturiser, rubics cube, beard trimmer etc. We stuffed it all into the car somehow and then drove for around 3 hours through cactus forest and desert to La Constitucion. There is one hotel in the ...