Desert Inn at Loreto

Address: Calle Francisco I. Madero , Loreto, Baja California, 23880, Mexico | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on Calle Francisco I. Madero , Loreto.
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      A travel blog entry by beautyland on Nov 18, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Rocks, and then up the slope that the goats favour. It is an easy trail for human walkers, but the uppermost stretch has been a bit overgrown since the tropical storms, and some of that growth boasts mighty big thorns. So Catherine has taken to a little clearing, which naturally is followed by a lot of raking, which then leads to mornings of path sweeping, and then there is the debris hauling to do.

      On the gardening front, there is, alongside us, ...

      Topes and toilet paper

      A travel blog entry by johnandjerry on Nov 17, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... because of that or if that's just how it is. Like long stretches of city streets where the street lights were all out (and darkly dressed pedestrians would dart across the higher speed road taking life in hand.

      Driving was different, road lanes not well marked, topes (speed bumps) everywhere on the 2 lane highway between town and our hacienda. Sometimes the tope had a sign, sometimes the sign was there and no tope. These are BIG speed bumps on ...

      Dancing the Slow Tune

      A travel blog entry by beautyland on Nov 16, 2014

      7 photos

      ... I now felt disgruntled by the requirement to bring new (non-blog) work every Wednesday, a responsibility that I had earlier welcomed. Neither was I finding "fun" in the phrasing homework assigned by my Spanish instructor, or in the scheduling of those classes, or in the question of what kind of meal to serve neighbours, the necessity of driving to another town to buy all ingredients, the very idea of swimming. Uncomfortable in my skin and the ...

      Nourishment: Chiles en Nogada

      A travel blog entry by beautyland on Nov 13, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      What is travel without exploring regional cuisine?

      This week, much of my reading has centred on political landscapes: the systemic conditions that have positioned drug lords in municipal office (I speak of Iguala) where they could horrify the world with the massacre of forty-three teachers-in-training; the fiery protests in multiple cities, this pivotal moment in Mexico's democracy. I track developments in the campaigning ...


      A travel blog entry by beautyland on Nov 04, 2014

      11 photos

      ... with the winds coming unusually from the north, to linger in the back garden and be glad.

      Hurricane Vance is not affecting us here, which is a huge relief, though the last two days of wind from the north have me feeling more Bedouin than Bajaian. Everything looks so clean in the house. But I walk across the Soltilla tiles in my bare feet, have an instant dermabrasion treatment from the fine sand blown in, and realize that today I will be sweeping and ...