Travel Blogs from La Paz
After an early start and a couple of hours drive on a empty, dead straight road through endless bush we hit Cancun airport and some serious culture shock. Cancun was like any European airport (though you still had to put your toilet paper in the bin). We had a bit of a shopping spree - Time Magazine, Cadburies chocolate (one bar each, named), an …
Entrar en la Paz es literalmente entrar en la paz! Todo en esta ciudad es tranquilo, quieto y pacifico…solo la brisa intensa que sopla desde las 6 de la tarde, pone movimiento a la quietud del lugar. El calor intenso del dia con su también intenso y fuerte sol, se combina con el suave ondular del mar azul del Golfo de California contribuyendo …
... so I was pumped to see a snack truck. "?Tienes cervesa?" No dice. Ugh... It was 11 AM. Still plenty of time.
We set up shop under a thatch umbrella (palapa) and relaxed in the cool late morning breeze. Eventually the water beckoned and I began to wade out into the shallow bay. "Shuffle your feet!" Tanya reminded me. She was warning me about the high population of sting rays in the area. We had heard several stories of people stepping on the ...
... thought after all these years I'd built up an iron stomach and immunity to the *****, but it seemed not. Guess I did eat a world record amount of food in Los Cabos, but there was nothing that really stuck out like previous incidents such as 'illness in a bowl’ (Morocco), ‘illness in a bun’ (Morocco) and ‘illness in a tagine’ (Morocco). There does usually come one point in every trip where I feel a bit like death, but it had been quite a ...
... at each other under water about 20 minutes in and both called the dive at the same time. Its pretty hard having done some of the best diving of our lives then coming to this ****. We have been so spoiled over the last 2 months with our diving having been in the Galapagos and now completed Socorros. To be fair the site had a lot of potential but the combination of poor visiblity and cold water ruined it and this was due to it being on the shoulder of the season to dive it and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Perla La Paz
We stayed here for one night en route elsewhere. The hotel was centrally located, overlooking the sea. It was nice to be able to go for a walk along the sea front and see pelicans and fish in the water. There was a swimming pool but it was too cold to use. Not the cheapest, but good value for four of us in a family room.
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