Hotel Luna Loreto
Travel Blogs from Loreto
Back to Loreto now, and with a fair approximation of a rectal prolapse after several back to back days on the water on hard fibreglass seats. Feels like I've been fisted by the Scotland XV. Or just done a term at the old Sillerton House boarding house from Robert Gordons’. I was a bit crestfallen when I went to see Rafael again at Dolphin Diving to find out the blues and fins had arrived early and left early. ...
... tweeting" to each other but posed no threat al all. It was a real experience !! They moved away, we got back on the boat, followed and jumped back in. Not as close this time but still great.
Once back on board we move d to the island and to rock that had Sea lions. Same again, in the water and they were all around and under, playing with us. I could see their teeth but, as long as there are no pups around and we didn't do ...
I liked Mexico so much I decided to stick around and see another part of it. I took a trip over
to the Baja peninsula and decided to visit Loreto. Since I’d been away for awhile I decided to
visit the library – see if I could pick up some tips to take back home to the staff at Fleetwood. We went to visit the library at Santa Rosalia. When I went in I was surprised to see that they still used a card ...
... All is well aboard Amizade once again.
We thought we would scoot into Loreto for a few hours, but the wind gods collude with the tide and current management team and together mix up a batch of confused seas and brisk winds. The roadstead anchorage off Loreto is exposed to winds and waves from almost all directions. We correct our course and make our way to Puerto Ballandra a well-protected bay. ...
... night, and would it be possible to watch her make the mole’. We were told to arrive at 5:30 and we brought some wine to share, as we were to be her only guests.
I had no idea of what a treat we had in store. Sofia instantly welcomed us as family. We saw pictures of her daughter’s Quinceaneros (a coming of age party for 15 year old girls), met her children, husband and family dog, Canella. Her view on food and cooking is ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed