Seven Crown La Paz Malecon
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... seen. We had a leisurely lunch and a peaceful sail all the way back to La Paz. Unfortunately, Monday morning came way too soon. We walked with the kids into the bus station in town and saw them off in their shuttle to the airport in San Jose Del Cabo. They had a very long day ahead of them, about 12 hours, until they could finally relax back home. We had a wonderful time with them and always enjoy their company. Stay tuned for the next ...
... It will likely feature in any video compilation anyway. Prior to embarking on that I managed to finalise the freedive trip tomorrow to the sealion colony, as well as perhaps another two dives. If I’m lucky, one will be the Salvatierra wreck, but forecast is windy and I’m not sure we’ll get there. ...
... lions were instantly circling and nudging me. If I paused, even for a second, two would latch onto my bright neon flippers with their mouths. Edgardo had explained that the young sea lions were very mouthy but that they rarely caused damage with their playful bites. They reminded me of mischievous adolescent dogs with their goofy and juvenile behavior. I lead a gang of them away from the boat so that Tanya could jump in. She instantly noted that the water was cold but ...
... but more importantly the breeze is better which keeps us cooler. And cooler is always good for us PNW types. From here it looks like so many towns we have anchored off or driven through. The main drag runs right along the waterfront and is known as the "malecon" in Spanish. There is plenty of traffic. Just like home.
We arrived Sunday early in the day. The first thing Rick did after getting the boat set up in anchored mode ...
... boss though and I was off!
I didn’t really read too much in to the dangers of northern Mexico until later on, but it was immediately apparent on the boat ride across things might be a little different. Boarding the boat involved intense security checks (a bit more different to the ‘oh is that it’ border crossing at Tijuana), and around the port and then on the boat itself were about 500 army soliders all armed with AK47’s. I just kept my ...