Hotel Luna Loreto

Address: Calle Benito Juarez # 122 Ote., Loreto, Baja California, 23880, Mexico | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Benito Juarez # 122 Ote., Loreto.
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Travel Blogs from Loreto

San Javier

A travel blog entry by beautyland on Jan 29, 2015

23 photos

... life, the opulence of European art, the force of religion, and also the genus loci of the place.

I walk out back, through the other gates. There is a large field, recently tilled. Food cultivation must still be occurring in this field: at least, that is my thought. The immediate landscape beyond the field is lush. This is an oasis in the desert.

(On our return to Loreto Bay, we will stop at a ranch not far below the mission and buy empanadas made ...

Creatures 5: Murder on the Beach, Life in the Sea

A travel blog entry by beautyland on Jan 26, 2015

8 photos

We saw a notice of a turtle-related expedition this weekend -- camping on one of the protected islands in the Loreto Bay National Park (Marine Reserve) -- and we set the dates aside. But it turns out not to be related to hatching release, which is something we wanted to participate in.

This expedition is, instead, a stay-up-all-night exercise (on cold, windy seas right now) to haul the BIG turtles out of the ...

Canyon Forays

A travel blog entry by beautyland on Dec 14, 2014

3 photos

... don't do it if you are without tough gloves. Others simply go, and shred their boots and their fingernails along the way -- but with glee, given the spectacular views and the cool soaking pools and waterfalls at the end of the hike. Tabor Canyon is but one of many hiking prospects in this area. I came to Loreto fully intending to hike Tabor Canyon in, oh, the first or second week I was here. Get inspired by this hike and then hike more canyon trails: that ...

Azul y Oro, No White Christmas

A travel blog entry by beautyland on Dec 12, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... snake! The snake, which came from Mulege, is ironwood and thus so dark it barely shows up on the surface of any of our dark furniture or cabinetry here. Catherine found it and thought it sufficiently sinister, and also so beautiful in its sinisterism, that I would love it. I do, and it doesn't strike me as sinister at all. (What does that say about me?) Its back is a braid of miniature beads so fiery and so colourful that it makes whoever meets this snake smile. So our ...

Re-Arriving

A travel blog entry by beautyland on Nov 04, 2014

11 photos

I feel, this week, as if I have arrived again to this place. I am settled in it, in all practical senses of the word. Now I am arriving, as part of this re-placing, at the open platform that coming here has given me.

Now I am stepping off the train that brought me to here, and onto that platform. Old self meets new self. I am arriving at the place where I can create new things, become a new incarnation of Sylvia, and learn to see something fresh in this ...