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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... stopover in Mexico City (more culture shock) and 2.5 hour flight we arrived into La Paz in Baja. Leaving Cancun the view was just a huge expanse of as yet undeveloped forest, wonderful to see. Mexico City was also a huge expanse - buildings and roads as far as you could see, even from high above. La Paz, thankfully, was completely different - very few buildings, huge cactuses in the desert that were clearly ...
... from which it is derived is grown. So not being ones to miss a chance to sample another strain of alcoholic beverage we aimed Jambo’s nose at Tequila in
the state of Jalisco and the famous Jose Cuervo tequila distillery in the town. We joined a tour conducted by an English speaking guide and learnt about the history of this, the largest producer of tequila in the world and a family business that holds close to 20% in sales of the global market of this famous drink. The ...
... night market
on the beach when we arrived and found a cute little side street with small
restaurants and street entertainment. The next day had to be a beach day,
followed by a Milky Way frappe (wow!) before we headed off to the mainland.
Ahead of our 16 hour ferry journey and then 8 hour bus ride to Guadalajara, we
had brunch at a gorgeous restaurant right on the beach and then off we went to
... speciality spot:
- Tortilla soup - tomato-based soup with crispy corn tortilla bits *crispy goodness*
- Chilaquiles - tomato-based broth poured over nachos, served with refried beans and fried egg. *great way to start the day*
- Champurrado - a thick Mexican hot chocolate drink with a cinnamon twist *YUM! now I'm always on the hunt for it!
- Flautas - rolled tortilla filled with mashed ...
... infamous drug war and is "safe". It's a popular destination for amateur American sail-boat owners whose sailing vessels you'll find anchored in substantial numbers in La Paz harbor.
La Paz also serves as an outdoor getaway hub and ecotourism destination. There are opportunities for fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, biking ...