Playa Frambes Lighthouse Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Mulegé
... pomegranate orchards. It is a place of new experiments in raised beds for organic vegetable growing and it is also a place of old traditions such as cheese making. It is also a place of obsidian hills.
San Basilio is a coastal villa, a home originally built by a Spanish contessa, and now, for us, a cold water dwelling in which to camp decadently.
San Basilio is a dream and a battleground. It is an intended eco-preserve and, as that, San ...
... to swim every morning and afternoon.
- Sand in every possible place doesn’t faze us.
- Our Field Guide to Birds of Baja is falling apart.
- Stingrays have become beautiful, graceful creatures.
- The birds chattering, singing, and whistling is our usual background music.
- Lunch becomes ...
... Sorry guys. We also got a chance to kayak in the mangroves, looking for sea horses, but no such luck. We did get some great shots of egrets and herons. This afternoon we took one last trip into Mulege, again pronounced Moo la hay, for water and a few traveling groceries. Also picked up some more gas for the panga so we have more than made it right with Randy for the use of that fine watercraft.
... standards, but still interesting. There are tons of sponges. Orange and brown. Some looking like the drippy sand castles, others look like decaying pumpkins. The fish are small. A few bright Sargent majors, otherwise not much color. The skates were hanging in the algae as the wind had produced a bit of chop. They hide well in the sand and you really need to be careful not to catch a tail whip as they skitter away from you. When you are walking in ...
... with his keys. I found the laptop in a bedroom drawer that only contains the owner's stuff. The SuperGlue was with the sunscreen.)
On the road and here in Posada Concepcion, that keeping things in their place is even more true. I have to reorganize and put things where I logically can find them again, and then I feel at peace. Knowing where my stuff is. However, there is a complication. On the road, things ...