Grand Plaza La Paz
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... have a wind vane that steers for you, which we do not have, and also another crew member or two. So that one's off the list.
Trucking the boat home sounds like it would be very ******* her; all that vibration and having to take the mast and rigging down, etc. Not something we want to deal with.
That leaves shipping by freighter or doing the Baja Bash.
Last things first. The Baja Bash is the name given to trying to sail north ...
... into the wider and deeper part of the bay very near where, in the distance, you could see the rolling white caps of the open Pacific meeting the mouth of the bay. Here we were able to get close to several large adults traveling together. We could see them in the distance and as we approached where they had been the water was glass smooth. Then, they would pop up again, 50 yards away spraying mist into the air. Eric got excited when he spotted two males and a female, ...
... by a beautiful compact marina filled with nothing but million dollar sailboats, catamarans, and yachts. A quick 10 minute walk was all we needed to explore the whole area and we decided to grab a bite to eat outside by a table with a fire pit at La Barcaccia, an Italian Restaurant. We noticed two themes for the resort that night. One was that there were very few people around. So few that we joked we had rented the whole place out. This was apparently due to our trip being ...
... since I’d had any problems. Maybe it was the illness in a tortilla from the eyeball soup place a few days before, I don’t know, but felt quite bad when going out for a beer the first night and had to retreat back to the house.
In the morning Karla made some breakfast with some Guacamole. Shortly after my first bite, she revealed ‘oh yeh, I put 4 chilis in that’ haha – still it was tasty stuff, just had to take a bit of a risk with ...
...and I'm not talking about tequila.Just going shopping today I experienced the human spirit at it's best and it's not rare here but a daily occurrence,if only you see it. I went into a ferreterria (ironmongers) to ask for pulleys and the guy behind the counter sang to me.It sounded similar to flamenco and it came from his soul. Perfecto! I went to book my birthday treat today,Tony is buying me a massage.I met the masseuse and she thought it was a wonderful way to ...