Hotel Luna Loreto
Travel Blogs from Loreto
... Jen, or my sons Scott and Donnie and that's tough. I just want to say hi, and tell them we're fine and just how mind numbingly beautiful it is here and find out what they
are doing, you know, tell them I love them.
I love this thing called cruising enormously, at least what I've experienced so far. But it takes some
getting used to. For instance, we are getting low on water so ...
... victory celebration is held aboard the Grace O'Malley that evening in honor of Captn Mecanico's successful repair of the engine.
The next day the Grace-full crew motors across the bay to the nature preserve at Puerto Balandra on Isla Carmen for the final night at anchor before crossing the Sea of Cortez to San Carlos. Another mini-victory will be celebrated there.
See the video (The Loreto footage was all shot on a cellphone)
... half way up the Sea before we tied the boat up in Guaymas and returned to the States for 2 months. This year, we want to make it up to the Bay of Los Angeles to swim with whale sharks and giant manta rays. We are planning another trip home this summer, but will most likely try to get the boat all the way north to San Felipe on the Baja side of Mexico or Puerto Penasco on the mainland side before doing so.
From the Sea of ...
... he was so cute and made us bread and his dogs were awesome...next was a 35 year old guy from Frankfurt, Germany who was biking by himself from Alaska to Chile...makes our biking trip seem like a afternoon leisure fest haha....so these two guys hung out with us for the three nights we were there and we invited them to eat with us....the next day was Wednesday and we went into a town called Mulege which is about an hour from camp...here we had ...
... quiet morning hours. We walk around admiring statues, the architecture, and landscape of the plaza built atop La Bufa, then make our way back down to the city below, taking a different route winding through more residential streets. We walk over to the silver mine and decide not to go inside – for some reason we're not feeling the need to see what’s down below. We continue walking through the city streets while eating some pastries and make our way back ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed