Desert Inn at Loreto

Calle Francisco I. Madero , Loreto, Baja California, 23880, Mexico | 1 star hotel
Prices starting from $52.00

Travel Blogs from Loreto

Heat exhaustion and all the fun stuff

A travel blog entry by steve88


Hola. So I've spent the last 2 days trying to recover from heat exhaustion. I have been surfing for 4-6 hours in the morning in hot hot weather and barmy as water, like its warmer than Indonesia. I think it came on though because I'm camping and even at night in my tent it's super hot and I sweat a lot. I'm feeling much better today however at a cost, I got an ac room last night which sky rockets my $3 campsite to like $30 or something. I was super worried ...


A travel blog entry by steve88


... into mazaltan where we had more car trouble. Luckily we got it running and puttered to a nearby mechanic at 630am. He lived at the back and came out after we called him and he fixed the car within 5minutes and we were off again. Main land is nice, a lot more tropical than Baja that's for sure. Very green snd jungly,reminds me of Indonesia, I like it. We just came across about a thousand mangoes ...


A travel blog entry by steve88


... so he paddled in, grabbed his rod and paddled back out fishing next to me while I surfed. Pretty funny, actually caught one as well. Check the photos I'll add one of my seat right now. Pretty good view :) Get here there's a dirt road at 80.5km mark. Follow road for 30kms through little fishing village. Car park and campsite mile up from village, next to little lighthouse That's about it for now. Keep on keeping Cheers, ...

Hello from Puerto Escondido

A travel blog entry by winterhawk


... either propulsion method alone. The water was a bit bumpy but not all that uncomfortable.

The animal highlights of the day were a sea lion laying on the surface with one flipper in the air and a puffer fish. We have seen the flipper in the air behavior before down here and do not understand it. It would make sense to see the sea lions up north do this to warm themselves. But the water here is 80 degrees! We wouldn’t ...

Mexican price

A travel blog entry by nacrobat


... he sure was. I pulled over and waited for mister federali to amble over in that way that law enforcement officers all seem to have. He informed me that I had passed in a no-passing zone, due to the hills, and that although there were no lines, there was a sign on the side of the road that showed no passing. And thus began our half hour discussion of driving habits in Mexico vs. Canada, what is normal and acceptable in either country, the cost of fines in Mexico (very expensive relative ...

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