CostaBaja Resort & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCostaBaja Resort & Spa La Paz
This place was incredible. Great service, beautiful lobby, and ridiculous views. Baja is empty in January and the privacy is great. The only complaint we could come up with was that the shower is out in the open and the open air concept bathroom doesn't offer much privacy.
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For Christmas this year I was lucky enough to have Tanya give me the gift of travel. Since I was a kid, I have been obsessed with sharks, and when Tanya learned of a snorkeling trip in La Paz, Mexico to go swimming with whale sharks she quickly planned the trip. I was ecstatic.
We had just survived a severe cold snap dubbed the "Polar …
There is something to be said for getting up without an alarm clock. I thought hunger would do the trick but we rolled out of bed with little appetite at 8AM. We decided to have breakfast at Mosaics again since we had few other options. I had chicken tortillas doused in mole while Tanya went for the breakfast americano that I'd had a few days prior. Today's mission: to hit the two local beaches, Balandra and Teleconte. We had stocked our fridge with ...
... that was constructed almost completely with cacti... wood? The firewood, furniture and souvenirs were all made from the solid moth eaten substance. Here we had the best coffee of the trip that came right off an old stove that an old women lit with a cigarette lighter. The second stop was in a small town called Constitution were we enjoyed eggs with beef, and beans all the while being stared at by locals. After about three hours of travel we arrived at Lopez Mateos, ...
... was pretty much common for most fizzy drinks here in Mexico. I don’t think I’ve seen a nation get through so much Coca Cola, but whatever they do to it here it tastes soooooo good (no doubt my growing addiction would get worse…)
But anyway, some dude drove me to the ***** I was at the day before, where from there I joined my group of sixty something (that’s years old) American tourists, and headed out on the boat towards a remote group ...
... Sure took its
time and even more frustrating is the possibility that after all this we may not in fact need such a document. Other overlanders we are meeting are telling us they didn’t need it when entering the US. Who has been misleading who????
Mexico is famous for tacos, chillies, big moustaches and of course tequila. And it has a town of that name which heavily trades on this fact being smack in the centre of the area where tequila is produced and where the blue ...