La Casa Jalisco

Jalisco 480, La Paz, Baja California, 23060, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Sea Lions, Dolphins and Whale Sharks, Oh My!

A travel blog entry by millervilles


... the wind and waves and had developed a significant blister on my foot from kick paddling. We piled onto the boat and headed for Costa Baja. The rest of the day was spent exploring the resort which still had a ghost town feeling. We found ourselves with cold Pacificos in the hot tub were we were able to meet a few other guests to discuss our Mexican experiences. Most of the folks we did run into were couples around our age with very young children or older ...

Happy Diciembre from La Paz

A travel blog entry by winterhawk


... It was held at one of the marinas. We managed to score a berth in the same marina on Thanksgiving Day which saved us a long walk or long wet dinghy ride. They cooked 26 turkeys and served 200 people! The turkey was as good as any we have ever had. It was fun but sitting in 80 temps with no family around was weird. We were surrounded by friends but we found ourselves pining for not only family but also for some colder temps. Christmas ...

We must be okay nobody hooted at us.

A travel blog entry by beattie_family

I enjoy driving, I always have.

As a learner Dad made me drive into London and around Marble Arch, just to get used to driving in London. As soon as I passed my test I drove the family to Scotland on holiday, so that Dad could teach me how to drive on Motorways. My Father was the best driver I have ever known, and the worst ( apart from ALL taxi drivers ) is joint between my Mother and my Mother-in-law, but that is another story.


Baja California - beautiful but a bit brrrrr!

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy


... the surge of the ocean but is usually no more than 3 metres. If the diver gets it wrong in judging the incoming surge he can and
will hit the bottom of the gully, yet they seemed to have no waiting paramedics or medical help standing by in the case of a misjudgement. The clavadistas who are professionals getting paid for their diving have been jumping off the cliffs since the 1930s and many famous personages have witnessed this special event over the years including JFK who spent ...

La Paz ,part 2

A travel blog entry by windstrutter


... on the main sail and mizzen ,to also make it a bit easier when we drop the sail,although hoisting can be a pain with these,at least we won't have to go and climb around the deck if it's rough.Alberto,who made our sun awning two years ago has also made more covers for fuel containers,newly made and varnished deck boxes and a new side awning for the cockpit.Tomorrow (Monday) he's going to measure up the dinghy to make a cover for that too.
he came ...

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