Hacienda Del Sol
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... La Paz walking the Malecon. We had some incredible seafood for dinner; shrimp stuffed with cheese and then wrapped in thick mexican bacon and octopus with a nice garlic sauce with strips of guajillo chili to spice it up. Yum!
Off to Los Barriles today to wind up our little excursion to Baja Sur
... exited the bus station and right onto the "Malecon". It's like a boardwalk with no boards. It's Boomer and Min's family's first time to Mexico and they don't understand that it costs 5 pesos to go to the toilet. I have pesos and save the day.
As the guide put it, "To experience La Paz, you must feel the warmth of its people and see the beauty the Mar de Cortez has to offer. No place on earth has the perfect balance of ...
... inside. Once again we were glad for the Costco chaise cushion purchase. We both got a good nights sleep in the cockpit in sweet smelling fresh air. It was like being kids again and sleeping out in the back yard or on the beach.
The wind seems to be up and from the west in the mornings so we took advantage and had a nice sail for a couple of hours. Eventually the wind died and we went back to motoring. We arrived at Los Muertos in the early ...
... and Dad was in the passenger seat, and two kids were on a motorway bridge waving at the cars going underneath. Dad got them to look alarmed, by waving at them with both hands, they assumed that he was driving and had taken both hands off the steering wheel to wave. The second was when we had been in driving around Germany for a while, and when driving down a Main Street in Dusseldorf we turned onto a bridge, and stopped at some lights and noticed that ...
... 000 kms of overland travel (to get us let out of the port at Aswan in Egypt) and we are not about to do it now.
We chose the Acapulco Trailer Park (N16 54.193 W99 58.572) as our overnight stop – another listed in the Church & Church Mexican camping guide. It was sort of OK, 200 Pesos per night, weak wifi which didn’t work at all at our chosen site, but it had reasonable showers, a pool and a small shop and was quiet and seemingly safe. You could definitely ...