Las Gaviotas Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Las Gaviotas Resort La Paz
Travel Blogs from La Paz
... sealions also made a fleeting appearance. Attached are a few photos from the second dive. I’m now dreading what cock-ups Delta/AeroMexico will do tomorrow. Disasters aside hope to arrive in LAX late Thursday night local time (7am-ish GMT). Imagine the blog will 'go dark’ for a few days until I’ve something interesting to report. First leg done, next about to ...
... see the infinity pool and have a dip in the hot tub one last time. To our surprise, Yolanda and Margarita (the two ladies from our tour yesterday) were the only two people around. The beach and entire pool area were empty. We were happy to see them and as the waiter brought over a few margaritas, we shared stories of the past few days. It was a great way to wrap up our trip before heading back to the room and packing up for our long journey home the next ...
... be either abandonded, under construction, or well past their prime. And not really the quaint 19th century old. The 1960's old. But still an interesting area. We headed west to the Malecon passing small stores, banks and a legit looking little rib restaurant that Tanya had to pull me away from. We grabbed two ice creams and began exploring. The Malecon had recently been refurbished with beautiful statues honoring local heroes, religious icons and sealife. ...
Update two from Mexico at last. This place is frickin awesome!!!!
Our next stop after the beach was a small town called El Rosario. Not much there, but we had the good fortune to find a nice cheap campground that we shared with one other couple. These guys, The Goodmans, are seasoned travellers of Mexico and gave us endless advice on what to see and do on our way down the Baja. Beats reading a lonely planet any day!
Another big drive to ...
... and said it was 'mas y menos' He has grinned at me ever since.Venus also explained more clearly that the film was about 'sex in public places''..
Tony has just come back from a shop where the guy informed everyone he (Tony ).knew the queen,as he's English. I love the fascination Mexicans have with people and simple exchanges ,just as John Steinbeck mentions in his book (Log from the Sea of Cortez, 1949)
Yesterday, we took the dinghy to the bank (not literally) ...