Motel El Cortez

Mar De Cortez , San Felipe, Baja California, 21850, Mexico | Motel
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Travel Blogs from San Felipe

Fly like an eagle

A travel blog entry by kirstinf


... into the sand dunes right above the pounding Pacific Ocean took my breath away. Actually the whole Pan-American highway has been stunning, the barren and vast desert land, the tall Andes, the coastline, and the sandy and dusty towns that look half deserted. Monday 09 June: highlights of today include seeing: a ridiculously dressed dog, the bridge of sighs, Plaza del Armas, the San Francisco Church and catacombs, and finding a Starbucks whilst I was wandering around ...

Peru Part 1

A travel blog entry by marty_rach


... run resulted in a spurt of water smashing my left leg.

We spent a couple of hours exploring the park. Veruska joined us part way through and during our walk around the park she told us about an earthquake drill that was about to happen. We then heard sirens and all of the water fountains stopped. The drill was meant to last for 15 minutes but it only went ...

Lima - Day 1

A travel blog entry by cwscott


... We quickly decided to have the breakfast and then use the early start to start exploring Lima as we only had a day and a half in the city. At breakfast I had the first of many cups of Mate de Coca.

On asking the ...

A Star Show!

A travel blog entry by larrynpeggy


... and the gal told us that by using this natural soap, their hair never grays. I will say, you never see a gray haired Peruvian! I should have lived in Peru...I imagine it is a bit too late for my gray hair now!

Their hands are always busy spinning the wool. The dying process was very interesting. They use all kinds of different natual items for dying. Red comes from a parasite on the cactus, which when they are crushed is just full of ...

The Bones of 25,000 Catholics

A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster


... place then finally the reposition comes around and all the crew feel renewed and alive again. There’s often lots of crew changes around this time too and we’ve been losing and gaining crew at a fast pace the last few weeks. It means saying goodbye to friends often, but it also means making new ones too. I don’t think anyone really gets used to long-term ship life. We just find new and creative ways to handle it.

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