Villaggio Turistico Mar De Cortez

Address: Calle Uno Lote 12, La Paz, Baja California, Mexico | Hotel
 
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      Travel Blogs from La Paz

      Landing in la Paz & Rancho Viejo Tacos

      A travel blog entry by georgedelacruz on Mar 23, 2014

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      ... wife Susu, they are great host and have a beautiful family. I could talk about them the rest of the blog entry, but I’ll post their website and you can read on your own if you please.

      We settled in, refreshed with a shower and headed into the boardwalk for much needed Coco at a place that looks like the COCONUT MECCA…different stands everywhere and with many delicious toppings. After a much needed COCO it ...

      Everyday we're shuffling....

      A travel blog entry by millervilles on Jan 20, 2014

      17 photos

      ... to charge us an additional 1/2 hour for not arriving back with NASA grade timing. I glanced over at the ten other unrented boats and informed him we would not be paying anything additonal. Located about a 5 minute drive away is the beach of Teleconte. This beach is more exposed to the open water resulting in more waves and wind. For this reason is prime spot for camping to keep cool and avoid mosquitoes. We pulled up and parked directly by Palapa Azul, ...

      A Day Off

      A travel blog entry by millervilles on Jan 18, 2014

      6 photos

      ... orange smoothie and Tanya decided it wasn't for her. We spent the day between Costa Baja's gorgeous infinity pool and the bay. This area is where you really can sense you are in a five star establishment. We spent hours reading and shifting from recliners to hamocks, to poolside semi-submerged recliners and back again. Occasionally I'd shuffle up to the bar to order a cervesa or maybe the waiter would wander by and bring me one. It was hard work. ...

      Beaches & Bitches

      A travel blog entry by doove on Oct 07, 2013

      117 photos

      ... away, although when I actually arrived at the port turns out there was no rush to check in at all. Yeh, cheers for that great advice, really love sweating my **** off for no reason…

      During my week or so in the southern part of the Baja California peninsula, I couldn’t help but think it wasn’t really an authentic Mexican experience, mainly due to the amount of American tourists, and amount of resorts/cruise ships rolling in. For this reason ...

      Left a Good Job in the City

      A travel blog entry by crushe_d on Jul 06, 2013

      52 photos

      ... bobs in D.C. and not at half 6 in the morning at Heathrow (hint:bad idea). The terminal we landed in was a desolate wasteland with only sweet shops and a Wendys to occupy our time.
      A 5 hour flight later and we found ourselves facing customs at Mexico City. After some confusion around pressing buttons we managed to escape into the terminal and get ourselves a taxi. The taxi driver had no word of English and we only had "No hablo espanol" between us. ...