Seven Crown La Paz Malecon
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There is something to be said for getting up without an alarm clock. I thought hunger would do the trick but we rolled out of bed with little appetite at 8AM. We decided to have breakfast at Mosaics again since we had few other options. I had chicken tortillas doused in mole while Tanya went for the breakfast americano that I'd had a few days prior. Today's mission: to hit the two local beaches, Balandra and Teleconte. We had stocked our fridge with ...
... on the opposite side. This made for some pretty good submerged GoPro videoing and we got some great close up shots of the the couple. Occasionally, they would pull a "Crazy Ivan" and reappear at a right angle trajectory from the direction they'd originally been heading. Phillipe was on it though, and had us back along side. A few times the whale almost responded to Eric's rapid sloshing of the water with his hand, which in the past, has resulted in intimate petting ...
... 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 ...
... dive and immediately noticed that the water temperature was different, it was bloody freezing. We followed the dive master Nelson, we were meant to dive on this rock but i reckon he called it a bit early and we missed it, so we were diving a sandy bottom with patches of coral and seaweed. To make matters worse there was a plume of plancton lying on the bottom 2m which was green and ruined your visibility. So first impressions of the Sea of Cortez weren't that great. Brock and ...
... Aussies and Americans. We left Jambo on the site and took a collectivo (small taxi bus) to the town centre and wandered around soaking up the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of the place. Back at the campsite the MSR stove again had a tantrum and refused to function till I had disassembled it and cleaned every orifice. What a pain in the butt but I have to assume it is because of impurities being formed by the additives in the fuel after igniting it as I take great care to filter the ...