La Casa Jalisco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a little while of looking around, Taylor invited us to come take a closer look at "Taylor's Rock." She found a large boulder that was surrounded by many different species of fish so we named it in her honor! There were many large Parrotfish, Mexican Hogfish and Triggerfish, all of which are great eating. Unfortunately we still had fish on board we needed to eat so no spear fishing for Kip. Rats!
Back at the boat in the ...
... drive to Santiago, farther south, to see some canyons and water holes, apparently at the end of some dirt roads. Instead, we will do another couple of freedives; a wreck – yay!, as well as some whale shark spotting/swimming in the afternoon. That will mark the last full day in Mexico before I return to the LAX cesspit and then branch out again ...
... a few brief stops to look at mana ray jumping out of the water (apparently to avoid predators or to clean themselves) and to watch several birds perched on a man made rock embankment. The birds mostly consisted of Frigates, small black birds with occasional males that poofed out their bright red chests like bull frogs to impress the ladies. We also saw a white pelican which surprised our captain as they seem to be rare in this area. We approached the sea lion colony on ...
Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000176 EndHTML:0000011360 StartFragment:0000002366 EndFragment:0000011324 SourceURL:file://localhost/Users/rpnord by/Desktop/La%20Paz%20%232.doc Hola from La Paz (The Peace)
We've made it to La Paz, the Cruiser's mecca on the Baja Peninsula. There are several very nice, and reasonably priced marinas here and the anchorage is huge. We are anchored out in front of town. We chose to anchor out as ...
... boss though and I was off!
I didn’t really read too much in to the dangers of northern Mexico until later on, but it was immediately apparent on the boat ride across things might be a little different. Boarding the boat involved intense security checks (a bit more different to the ‘oh is that it’ border crossing at Tijuana), and around the port and then on the boat itself were about 500 army soliders all armed with AK47’s. I just kept my ...