Las Casitas Hotel
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Holy ****, it's been an interesting couple of days my friends; I've been to hell and back. Firstly, and to backtrack on a previous post, I was going through a rough patch a few days ago resulting in a premature and somewhat melodramatic announcement that I was no longer going to post. I rearranged my perspective and am good to go again. Thx to all for the kind words in regards to my writing. Secondly, and as 'El Chapo' knows, you don't mess with the Mexican marines, as my ...
Miles 258 Total 12,705 Up not so early as had to Skype Jane and also William. Set off in real heat at 9-40 and, with a wet t shirt, it was ok. After a while it cooled down though and was really pleasant. It was all desert today but beautiful and the landscape changed as I went further south.
Stopped to fuel up and enjoyed ...
A more happening and visually appealing place than Mulege.
Santa Rosalia is a cute old mining town with a weird combo of moods - old Western wooden buildings meets French colonialism. The streets were abuzz with Christmas shopping and not a gringo in ...
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July 13 to July 29, 2011
We leave Bahía Concepción with light winds and comfortable seas. The wind picks up near Punta Chivato (23 nm) and the swells head directly into the anchorage, so we continue on to Isla San Marcos, another 12 miles.
A large white plume hangs over the southern end of Isla San Marcos where open gypsum quarries extend over a vast area. Another white dust cloud billows above a pier ...