CostaBaja Resort & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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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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On Saturday we said goodbye to L&C as they had to fly back to California and we caught a bus up to La Paz to begin our backpacking adventure.
The bus company was having a summer sale so the tickets were only MX$190 each instead of MX$320 - what a bargain! We trundled up HWY19 for 3 hours through Cabo San Lucas and Todos Santos before being dropped off at the Malecón (boardwalk) at La Paz and had a 10 min walk to our hotel. When we got there they ...
... much any more since I see kind of how folks drive here but some how don't seem to hit each other, the many pedestrians or the wild horses and dogs that are all along side of the road.
I wish my camera could be hooked to this tablet so I could upload some wonderful photos. Camera has an old school SD card and the tablet only takes a micro SD card so will have to wait until we get home. Time to upgrade the camera...
Pasan Uds una buena noche
... taking pictures. Boomer stops at Bancomer, a major bank in Mexico to get $60 worth of pesos. Then Min bought us some fruit smoothies and we returned to the bus depot to get an early start on the crowds returning to the ship. Everybody must have been on that plan as the line to get a shuttle was around the block. We waited and drank our smoothies. After only a couple of hours in town, we were back in the bus returning to the ship. We ...
... i was killing it but then when it came to turning it around and heading back, it was a completely different story. My body acted as a wind sail and so it took two strokes to stay stationary, i managed to sneak a bit of distance back but the bloody wind was a pain in the ****, so i admitted defeat and dropped down and paddles it back on my gut. It was good fun, might be tempted to get one to cruise up and down the river on in the mornings.
... 32 metres above the water. It being night time the gully is floodlit adding to the drama. At the top of the cliff there is a small shrine at which the divers pray for divine protection on their leap into the sea. Then they take it in turns, sometimes singly, sometimes two at a time, to stand poised on the cliff edge before leaping out and down in a long, graceful swallow dive to hit the water hopefully clear of the ugly rocks far below. The water depth in the gully varies with the ...