Seven Crown La Paz Malecon
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... s cast net. Nothing was caught in the net but Kip had fun practicing anyway!
After Puerto Balandra we headed out to the National Marine Park islands of Isla Espiritu Santo (Holy Spirit Island) and Isla Partida. If you looked at these two islands on a chart or from the air, they look almost like a comb. The west side of both islands are graced with bay after bay after bay. We went about half way up Espiritu Santo to a large ...
... sealions also made a fleeting appearance. Attached are a few photos from the second dive. I’m now dreading what cock-ups Delta/AeroMexico will do tomorrow. Disasters aside hope to arrive in LAX late Thursday night local time (7am-ish GMT). Imagine the blog will 'go dark’ for a few days until I’ve something interesting to report. First leg done, next about to ...
... see the infinity pool and have a dip in the hot tub one last time. To our surprise, Yolanda and Margarita (the two ladies from our tour yesterday) were the only two people around. The beach and entire pool area were empty. We were happy to see them and as the waiter brought over a few margaritas, we shared stories of the past few days. It was a great way to wrap up our trip before heading back to the room and packing up for our long journey home the next ...
... her book as I mowed through about a 100 pages of mine (another rarity for me). As the late afternoon approached we decided to clean up and to take advantage of the shuttle that runs from the resort to downtown La Paz's waterfront or Malecon. Waiting for the shuttle we decided after much debate that the next day would be a good one to travel with Fun Baja north to the Pacific side of Baja and go whale watching. My main objection was the six hour round ...
... about the same size as a whale swam right underneath me and there was also a lot of interesting marine life and coral in the area.
Following that, I was nominated as one of the strong swimmers (guess that was influenced by the group of people I was with) but this was pleasing as it was probably the first time I’d been snorkelling since Cuba around 8 years before where I was a flappy mess and had to retreat back to the ***** hanging my head in shame. This ...