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Travel Blogs from Mulegé
Wow. We flew up from Chichen Itza stopping off in Mexico City for an hour. The biggest city I have ever seen, way bigger than London. Got to La Paz in Baja California and got told off by a guard for taking a photo of a cactus? When we set off the next day to start three days driving north until we got to a booked trip to see grey whales when we found a Walmart. They had every thing we stocked up on Cadburys dairymilk (the first time weve seen it for ...
... June 1 and I've had enough red dirt for a lifetime, so we decided to launch as soon as we possible even though we have a few more items that need to be taken care of, such as;
Build out Navigation station and flush mount all instuments
Connect hailer to VHF
Install GPS antenna for
Radar/Chartplotter (working fine, but need to thread the antenna wires and amazing pretzel woman of Guaymas is on holiday)
Add new suncover to Genoa
... out to a shared courtyard and kitchen. Our room was large and brightly coloured as usual.
Whilst it was slightly cooler than Texas (only around 36´C), Mum and Lisa decided that we had to start our stay in Mulege with a swim at la playa (the beach).
The mountain range shades all of the beaches in the late afternoon, and we had many beaches to choose from. Heading south of Mulege, there is perfect beach after perfect beach, ...
... there are very few tourists around. We were the only ones in the park we stopped at - we prefer it that way!
From there we headed north, missing out (on purpose) on the very trendy fly-in resorts at Cabo San Lucas. Headed thru Ciudad Constitucion which is an agricultural town in a very arid region before crossing the spectacular Sierra de la Giganta to the town of Loreto. This region of impressive mountains plunging down to ...
... gathering, it looked like the typical Sunday picnic at the park except it was Monday and this was paradise. As soon as we arrived they greeted us, and asked if we were tourist ( I pride myself in saying this is my second trip, they also seem to recognize my feat by saying "oh so you know how it is here") we told them were we came from and they offered us to try their food. Out of the 4 guys there, one was a fisherman. He had just swimmed for about 15 minutes and collected ...