Las Gaviotas Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
What a day! I didn't think I’d be back in the hotel to compose this. We went off to a lagoon in a mountainous and very remote area about 70 miles south west of La Paz – supposed to be very beautiful. Anyway, to cut a long story short we got lost in the mountains amid these awful dirt roads. The ...
... rock island that seemed to have rocks dripping with bright white paint (more bird poo). It wasn't long before we could hear the barking of the bull sea lions protecting their herd. The experience began immediately as we had to shoo away several yearlings that had taken up camp on our mooring. This caused them to get excited as we quickly befriended about 5-10 of them, one of which jumped into the back of the boat for a quick photo. Tanya and I zipped up our suits ...
... find out if the Seahawks game would be on somewhere in town. He was in luck. A Google search with "Seattle Seahawks La Paz" turned up a local watering hole by the name of the Tailhunter. The Tailhunter was located on the malecon. A quick check with Google maps told us it was a 5 minute walk. Perfect! We fired up the trusty outboard and headed off in the dinghy to find the game. We parked the dinghy at the La Paz marina dinghy dock. It was ...
... We left there very satisfied!
A long drive put us in the town of La Paz. We're couchsurfing here for a night or two. Met Alex and Candice at the supermarket and followed them to their little Mexica pad. We sat up all night and chewed the fat, while Candice made a kick ass pizza from scratch (kudos). We really hit it off and so after two days it was almost teary leaving! They are both teaching english there so we were able to go into a class ...
... signal for the TV”! The people who travel in these huge rigs (often just a couple in a vehicle over 40 feet long with slide out bedroom compartments) might be able to travel with the same comforts they have back
home, but their sheer size, lack of ground clearance and manoeverability prevents them from getting anywhere near the wild and interesting places we can access with a well kitted 4x4. In fact, generally these big RVs are stuck with only being able to use tar roads ...