Hotel El Morro

Address: Blvd Emiliano Zapata, Guerrero Negro, Baja California, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Blvd Emiliano Zapata, Guerrero Negro, is near Las Islitas, Playa El Borrego, Contaduria, and Villa Hidalgo.
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Travel Blogs from Guerrero Negro

Best of Veracruz

A travel blog entry by tina-worldwide on Sep 16, 2015

1 comment, 38 photos

... agency we were already soaked. But OK, you get wet anyways when rafting. It was just a little bit cold!
We had boats for six people + one guide and the whole group had maybe four or five boats. In total we had around 6km on the river which took us 2.5 hours. It was really cool! In the beginning there was a more quiet part to practice the commands but then the river became very wild - also due to the big amount of rain. Luckily the rain stopped after a while ...

Creatures 7 -- Mind Officially Blown Now

A travel blog entry by beautyland on Mar 02, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

A week ago I wrote about the largest species on our planet, the blue whales. Today's post is about the oldest species of whale. These are the grays, called "a primitive whale" because it is not related to any other living creature and is linked only to sub fossils of extinct relatives of long ago.

I learn from our guide that gray whales are the only species of whale that feed on the ocean floor, grazing much as land mammals such ...

Guerrero Negro

A travel blog entry by camryna on Feb 15, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

TOn the 15th, we drove from Bhatia De Los Angeles to Guerrero Negro. The drive was pretty. There was a lot to look at. I have learned a lot about the desert ecosystem so far on our drive to Cabo San Lucas. We drove around Guerrero Negro for a while looking for a hotel. The town was a lot better and cleaner looking compared to what we ...

Confined to Quarters

A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Feb 03, 2015

4 photos

... I got back to my stateroom I found the inevitable US Immigration and Customs paperwork waiting to be filled out yet again in advance of our arrival into Los Angeles. We managed to go through Curaçao, Costa Rica and Mexico without the need for passports. My passport was stamped in New York, admitting me to the US for three months and it was checked again, with rigour, at Fort Lauderdale. It appears that the scale of operation ...

One Great Museum

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Jan 28, 2015

13 photos

The Anthropological Museum in Xalapa (an otherwise unremrkable town) s reckoned to be the second best in Mexico - after the national museum in Mexico City. And that might well be true, but the day we visited the National Museum it was very crowded (being a free of charge entry day for Mexicans, if not for us) and not having enough descriptive material in English.
Xalapa. on the other hand, we had almost entrely to ourelves and a ...

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