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... Spanish dug us out of a hole. And we were reminded once again, that despite whatever horror stories you might hear, most people are nice. It’s as simple as that.
However, we have had a bit more of a problem with (b) ‘it’s lovely’. Hmmm...... not so sure about that. The Baja is basically a 1000 miles of barren desert – which is interesting enough for a while, but after you’ve seen one ...
... up the rear for them. The ferry seemed very full of vehicles including lots of 18 wheeler trucks and maybe 90% full with passengers.
Once on board we chatted with Canadian overland bikers Dwight, Wilf and Rudi, nice guys and so much more fun and outgoing than the Americans we have met generally.
It wasn’t a great night on the ferry for the 16 hour crossing to La Paz, trying to sleep with screaming children and parents refusing to move out of the reclining ...
... in the property. The floors & countertops are all an exquisite marble with shades of pink and gold throughout. The windows are large with arches to coordinate with the circular design. Somebody put a lot of thought into what they wanted. I am still "thrown" by the planters around the bed though. If it was designed to be a moat or have plants in it, and you had a few too many cocktails, you might end up wet or soiled so to speak.
Anyway, we ...
... hit too. Carnitas Barajas is a 10 minute walk from the centre but oh-so-worth it. We returned the next day! Just goes to show, it's not WHAT you know! Take that, Lonely Planet! Todos Santos is the closest we've come in 2 months to the Mexico we know and love, as per the Hollywood image implanted in our minds. Hills, cacti, deserts, colourful sunsets, dusty roads, wandering dogs. Only the 3 main roads are paved with expensive hotels (up to 2000 pesos a ...
... with Elisa in Spanish and English was challenging but good practice!
It's truly amazing that most Mexican food consists of similar ingredients, yet their creativity in using those ingredients is limitless! Having been in Mexico for 2 months already we were surprised to discover just how many dishes we hadn't yet tried, let alone heard of! Azareth took the time to enlighten us by either cooking them or taking us to ...
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