Las Gaviotas Resort
Travel Blogs from La Paz
... classic branching human-like arms. On our journey north the amount and size of cacti was incredible. They were in valleys and on the tops of large hills. Simply everywhere. They were the perfect backdrop as the sun rose, which we learned was just as beautiful as the sunsets in La Paz. We stopped a few times for coffee, bathroom breaks and food. These stops differed from most cheesy travel tours of fast food stops and gas station pee breaks. The first place was a ...
... around is of brown and green hills; more green than we had, imagined. Some of the hills have very angular chiseled features, others appear very round and eroded. Interspersed are beautiful sandy beaches. Beautiful waterfront homes just as you would see back home dot the beaches. We imagine many, if not most, belong to Yankees. Other than palms, which appear only where there are developments, there are no trees. Cacti of all shapes are ...
... and been quiet happy driving. I tried to drive in Athens, but the people I was with would not let me hire a car. So I had to learn enough Greek to direct the useless taxi drivers!
The hardest place I have found for driving is the USA. This is due to the incredibly poor signs, and the 4 way stops. Mexico also has 4 way stops, and I still don't like them. It just does not feel right to be driving down what is clearly the main road, and have ...
... to sell up their
house here and buy an RV. Cannot work out why.
We stopped for one night at El Manglar restaurant and RV site at Zihuatanejo (N17 37.573 W101 32.665). Not a bad spot but filled with huge Canadian or US rigs, one with a washing machine and dish washer parked next to it! The place used to be known as La Ropa restaurant which is known for being one of the best eateries in town. Sadly the day we were there was the one day a week when it’s closed. There was ...
Quite an interesting trip this time as we shared it with our friends from Sweden and every day we laughed and every day we drank tequila and most days we sailed,walked,kayaked,swam and fished,not all successfully and not all in that order.
We met Merja,Bengt,Par and Tarja in Loreto, eventually ,as the bus was 3 hours late and we'd waited since 0600 that morning and had to wake a hotel porter to get a coffee to keep us awake. We hired a car for two days so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility