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Travel Blogs from La Paz
We have arrived to La Paz! The marina is wonderful, we have been having an unforgetable time! I will up date with more details soon!
... and felt really iffy. Weak, a bit dizzy, and hands a bit "wishy washy". I had been drinking plenty of water all day but obviously the heat had got to me.
The bank was closed so rode around the corner to have a mango ice lolly (nearly all real Mango) which was great and a cold orange juice. Sat down for a while then asked a taxi driver wher the hotel was....two block ...
... on the vehicle and driver and
probably better fuel consumption from steadier speeds on the toll roads they are fair value for money. However, the filling stations on them are sometimes very far apart and exit/entry points not frequent so care is needed if planning to use them.
One night was spent next to the Manialtepic Lagoon at a so called RV park listed by Church and Church called El Paraiso (N15 56.430 W97 10.010). The grass we parked on was OK so long as one kept well ...
... now just finished a lovely bowsprit cover.
Manana,I'm fitting the jack stays (to hook on to when working on deck).The only person for the job that takes my name ,eh! We're here for a week now ,then plan to sail south to Puerto Vallarta, which is approx. 500nm ,then Huatulco to Costa Rica and Panama, about 2,000nm in total and 3 weeks sailing.
Tony had his yellow fever jab,thanks to a friend,who is a doctor.However,he's been suffering from some side ...
... is Heather from SV Cabaret. This is also why we love her.
You ever get the feeling someone is watching you?
Waves are up.