Hotel San Buenaventura
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Mulegé
... vice versa.
- We carry a gallon of drinking water and a canvas bowl for Sadie wherever we go.
- Water lapping against boats lulls us to sleep.
- Discussing bowel movements is normal daily conversation.
- Day old tortillas taste stale.
- We're beginning to think about missing the sun rise and set.
... the prop with Bobby's fishing line as she was trolling. However, I was able to unspool the line from the prop and get all the knots and tangles out so I did not have to cut the line.
The tide was way out when we got back into the cove and the buoy that we normally tie up to was already on the sand. Randy has a deep water buoy and so, I dropped Bobby and Sadie and tied Lilianna up out further and ...
... she swam and walked out as far as she dared, saying please take me too.
We have settled into a good routine of cores and fun. Cooking and cards, books and sunning, running and swimming. I have done the less physical stuff, like napping. We have done the obligatory shopping trip to Mulege, mainly to fill up the 5 gallon water bottles and seek avocados and a few other things we could not get on the Huerta. Yesterday, we all loaded up on ...
This has been out first full day in Posada Concepcion with the kids and Bobby, Sadie and I all sharing the fairly small casita. That makes 7 including Sadie. Bobby, Sadie and I gave up our bedroom to again enjoy the comforts of Nemo our trusty tent. We set Nemo up in the sand and shell driveway after raking out the rocks and larger shells. I know it sounds crazy, but it felt great to hit the thermorests and sleep ...
... on the island because there are no coyotes to dig them up and there are two nice beaches to land a boat. The Isla is also known for some good fishing and calm emerald green water.
We made deal with Randy, our wifi provider, to borrow his panga, named Lilianna, if we would provide the gas. It has a small Honda outboard and given it is 18 feet or so long can easily hold 6 people. This is our second time in taking the panga out and I am ...