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
Our first experience of Mexican transport was to try and get a minibus from Cabo to La Paz, not a large distance by any means and with multiple buses leaving throughout the day we did not feel pressured to book ahead. Obviously, when we arrived, the next bus to leave was full... whilst we wondered what to do to pass the couple of hours until the next bus we were suddenly ushered to the bus and through ...
I somehow managed to luck out and get an air-conditioned mini van to La Paz for $50 less than the coach and complete with wifi (when we were near any kind of civilisation) and a choice of movies to watch. 5 hours, a flamingo documentary and an interesting chat with a marine biologist later I found myself in La Paz. I got an instant great vibe about the place, big enough to have a bit of life to it but not overcrowded by tourists. Street signs seem to have been ...
... t really notice (I'm much more insulated than she is). We swam around for 45 minutes to an hour but we could have easily stayed all day. With the GoPro we filmed the sea lions swimming in circles, diving down to visit scuba divers 40 feet below and happily playing with the lines that drifted from our boat. Tanya took pictures at point blank range with her underwater digital camera. In several shots they would gently chomp down on the pole I was using to film with or ...
... Seahawks were on all 5 TV’s! We sat with Dan and Kelly, a couple from the Seattle area who have been here for about 3 years. They said folks from Puget Sound or “Seattle” as everyone from Washington says, make up the largest group of boats here. Interesting. They also gave us a nice introduction to the ways of life in La Paz.
Every morning there is a “net” on the VHF radio. Just like the Baja ...
... definitely craving by this point!
Don’t really have that much to say about Los Mochis – it’s a big town with not very much in it, but the park did have free Wifi which was reasonably impressive…. and I had another KFC with strawberry marmalade… The town of El Fuerte and the subsequent trip into the Copper Canyon I’ll talk about in the next blog to stop me rambling any further in this one!
Man you should have seen this brown ...