Las Gaviotas Resort
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... by a big yes and hugs and kisses! What better gift could I get for Mother's Day. It is truly a joy to welcome Taylor and her family into ours.
First thing Tuesday morning, we were off, headed for Puerto Balandra. Not too far from La Paz, Puerto Balandra has beautiful white sand and turquoise water. (Do you sense a theme here?) We hit the water just as soon as we were anchored and brought along the masks and snorkels and of ...
... with some whale sharks amid a marine version of pea soup due to the plankton bloom. The sharks we saw were up to 8 metres in length and the visibility meant that my sole video of them isn’t that great; still, worth an appearance in the upcoming video. Second dive was better though amid the best coral reef I’ve seen outside the Netherlands Antilles. A couple ...
... picking up the ample sea glass that was there and chatting with a few Canadians we ran across. Across the water was a wall of earth that looked just like a small piece of the Grand Canyon. The landscape here is always interesting. We were sad that our trip was coming to an end and as we drove back to the resort we stopped to get close to, and photograph the cacti that we had seen so often from the distance. Before sunset, back at the resort, we decided ...
... ride from La Paz to Lopez Mateos and back. After watching online videos of gleeful tourists petting and kissing gray whales, Tanya was hell bent on going... so alas, whale watching it was. Lucky for us, the driver of the shuttle, Aldo, was also a Fun Baja employee and offered to set up the last minute trip. He told us what restaurants to try and how to get around La Paz as we listened to "Under The Bridge" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. La Paz was not what I ...
... from getting massively panicky whenever got a bit of sea water in my snorkel, but thankfully it seemed like I overcame this fear, as got invited to swim through this amazing archway where all the water changed colour and created an awesome effect as I swam through. Getting back (against the current) did provide a couple of flappy moments, but overall was pleased with the afternoon efforts!
From there, visited a paradise *****, where had some Cerviche (I hate ...