The Grand Baja Resort
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... the bus time but, most fortunately for us, she had a friend visiting her who spoke excellent English and said she had a friend she could phone to see if he could take us, for a price of course but we were willing and so was he (hooray!) He turned out to be her husband, a great guide and a real cowboy - he was quite tall so needed a pretty big truck as real cowboys NEVER take their hats off, especially not to drive :-)
As we were setting off later than usual we had to do ...
... kept me going…and most importantly, it kept my mind occupied.
Slightly depressed, sleeping on a couch, with a 4 a.m. wake-up call; it wasn't the best ways to start off…but at least Anna dropped us off at ILM just on time. It was a cold morning out, jacket and jeans weather…crisp too. I don’t know why but that type ...
It turned out Tucson was more vibrant on a Saturday night than we had imagined. On the second saturday of the month there is a free festival in downtown Tucson and whist we were there it coincided with th ethnic appreciation festival. There were a multitude of food stalls, bands playing, art cars in display and scottish and irish dancers. The art cars were pretty amazing, so different from anything we'd seen before and completely off the wall. Having eaten a variety of ...
ROSARITA TO 1 M/1.6 KM PAST SALSIPUEDES 40 M/63.6 KM 399M CLIMBED, SUNNY 27C, COOL WIND IN BACK
We got an early start at 8 am. We bid our friend Chick goodbye and after brief stop for breakfast we were on our way. We followed the wide surface road next to 1D for 14 or so miles through town and past local specialty craft shops where they displayed crude heavy furniture and iron works where they make life size statues of ...
From Tecate I headed south on Mexico Route 3 through the Valle de Las Palmas and rolling hills and low mountain ranges. After less than a day in Mexico I already concluded there are two types of Mexican drivers. First there are those with nice cars (often big pickup trucks and SUVs) who drive like bats out of hell, act like they own the road, and are quite willing to blow everyone else off of it, little different from their equivalents ...