Guaycura Boutique Hotel Beach Club & Spa
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Road trip to Todos Santos on the Pacific side of the southern Baja peninsula, home to a large number of wealthy Americans and others, including, apparently John Paul Jones from Led Zep. Pleasant enough trip I guess, lovely restaurant – Café Santa Fe – ...
Still playing catchup on my posts.... Todos Santos is a very pretty town about 100 km north of Cabo on the Pacific side. It attracts lots of expat Canadians and Americans and some foreign and Mexican tourists who come for the pretty architecture, expensive restaurants and very laid back atmosphere. The tourism board of Mexico have designated a series of towns around the country, 83 I believe, that offer visitors ...
... my mouth kept getting filled with saltwater. Being afraid of the ocean doesn’t really help either! But when everything synchronized and I could see this stunning animal, it was pure magic and on our way back we all smiled like kids. What a morning!
La Paz turns out to be a great little town with a beautiful Malecón and out-of-this-world Mexican cuisine. Josh finds out that the got straight A's his last semester and we celebrate with the best ...
... miles from our destination, the sleepy Mexican town of Todos Santos and the road runs out. Well, not literally but it turns to dirt. Pot-holed, rutted, rock-strewn dirt. And it stays like that with only brief and randomly intermittent periods of fabulously new tarmac, for about the next 50 miles.
I keep quiet. Colin remains remarkably calm. Bumper-less and dust-covered 4 x 4s hurtle past, their drivers squinting through shattered windscreens as ...
... displaying photographs from the past, rather loosely organized. In between are several artsy studios, galleries, restaurants, and one bookshop. We enjoy poking around the quiet streets, church, and handicraft shops. A beautiful cactus garden restaurant, Los Adobes, beckons us. Los Adobes offers a tranquil lunch ...