Travel Blogs from La Paz
26th March - Mexico City to La Paz A 2 ½ hour internal flight brings us to La Paz which is another hour behind UK time. La Paz is a really nice town, not nearly as "touristy" as I imagined it would be. The seafront is newly renovated, clean and attractive and no real evidence of the straw donkey and sombrero culture I thought we might find in this …
... met a French couple (Margoux & Olivier who are travelling the world) who I told about the snorkelling (so they went) and lent them my laptop to book the ferry. I was just out for a walk and bumped into them while crossing the road. They were looking ...
... storms in the southern states when at this time of year one would think it would be starting to warm up a little.
We are seeing lots of VW Beetles on the Mexican roads and noticeably more and more US sourced vehicles, especially big engined pick ups like Dodge, GMC, Ford and Chevrolet. Some Toyota Hi Luxes and VWs Amaroks too but they are very much in the minority as it seems Mexicans, like the Americans, don’t do “small”!
Also Mexicans like to ...
... wind and no drama. We fixed up our wiring and installed the solar panel (with a fuse) and have spent most of the last 2 weeks getting into the Mexican spirit. The sink is leaking? ...
... 30 minutes. As we entered La Paz, my very best favorite town I couldn't help to feel joy as if I was in a familiar lovely place (this is only my 2nd real visit, when I flew in and stayed in Cabo I drove by the outskirts of La Paz). You can cross the city in 15 minutes and find anything from Italian gelatos, to authentic sushi, great Italian food and more. La paz's population is made of 35% foreigners from all over the world, people who visited the town ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet