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Travel Blogs from Guaymas
... into Mexico. We arrived here in San Carlos at happy hour, so after setting up camp, it was time for a well deserved cool beverage, as we enjoyed the last
of the days sun. Then we had a great dinner over looking the sea of cortez at a restaurant across the street.
Today its hot and sunny, but don't feel sorry for us as there is a cool sea breeze :-) The crew has gone for a walk on the beach, I stayed at camp for a shower and shave. ...
... made our way through the maze of freeways through Los Angeles as far as San Bernadino where we serendipitously chose a campground out in the sticks around San Bernadino (well actually about 22 kilometers outside) called Rancho Oso. It was a great site with lots of space because of the off season. This was our first 2 day stop where we could reorganize ourselves and install our Gowesty loot. We got a nice hike and bike ride that made ...
... at all. People are the same where ever you go. There are always bad areas...but if you are not a cocaine sniffing, drug dealing pimp.... you won't go there.
We are in an RV park in San Carlos and just spent 2 hours in the pool with the locals. It was fun speaking "Spanish" with them. They understood us enough to have a good conversation. What I understood loud and clear was, " Porque no tienen los ...
... for my long coach journey into Mexico, but the airport was closing and all i could get was a cheese and ham sandwich that consisted of what looked like half a pig and processed cheese and too big to even get my chops around!No problem, it lasted me the whole 10 hour trip.
Finalamente, I took a taxi to the bus station and waited two hours for the late night bus,as this one probably had a fridge that worked , though they couldn't promise .
The ticket ...
... year, everyone is indoors, but down here there was a couple soccer games going on in Hermosilla, people sitting around Tacco stands, visiting and eating,others were at the Topes (speed bumps) selling to the traffic as we slowed down. Bought some oranges, and they are real good. We would also see people collecting fire wood (Dad and I can relate to that) and kids just playing. Kona made a few friends at the Pemex station.
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Other places to stay in Guaymas
Boulevard Carretera Internacional, Guaymas | Hotelfrom $57
Bahia Bacochibampo SN Col Miramar, Guaymas | Hotelfrom $89
Km. 10 Carr. a San Carlos/Guaymas, Guaymas | 2 star hotelfrom $67
San Carlos Bay, Guaymas | Hotelfrom $40
Guaymas | Hotelfrom $23