Marinaterra Hotel & Spa

Calle Gabriel Estrada s/n, San Carlos, Northern Mexico, 85506, Mexico | 1 star resort
Prices starting from $98.00
 

Travel Blogs from San Carlos

The Last Stop before the border

A travel blog entry by jpjourneys

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... stop before crossing the line into the US we have decided to have an overnight stay in Alamos in the interior. This was an old silver mining community founded in the 1700's at which time it had a population of some 30,000 people. At 13,000 population now it is much diminished from its heyday but it is a beautiful city designated a UNESCO world heritage site on account of its distinctive colonial architecture which has been preserved. Maria-Lynn and I took ...

Return to the sea ...

A travel blog entry by windstrutter

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... We all chuckled at this bizarre scenario and where we were.As I got back on the bus I went to apologise for delaying everyone ,but they were sleeping silently and off we trundled again.The road was clear now for the rest of my journey i was in Mexico again and the butterflies started to rise, particularly when I saw the Sierra Madre mountains. my heart fluttered. I arrived in Guaymas and saw our orange and white 70's camper outside the bus garage, then ...

Launch Time!

A travel blog entry by windstrutter

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... anti-social activities he has been barred from the yard. He arrived one day jubilant at seeing us (especially his honber 'Tony') , but we couldn't give him work.We did however, give him the old dying dinghy (Tony has bought a new one,which i have tested on the water.Yipee!)
Two days later he sold it and one day later spent the commission we paid him! He arrived yesterday totally wasted and we had to send him away.So sad.
A visit to the ...

When in Guaymas...

A travel blog entry by ashika

... and listened but the masts hardly moved in the screaming wind. I eventually fell asleep and was very glad to see the masts still standing in the morning light. Once again life showed me that if you can't be smart, its good to be lucky.

The crane came as planned and after I pulled a, "no comprendo" on the issue of who was to go up the mast to tie a lifting harness, everything went as planned. The work was ************* the ...

We're baaaack....

A travel blog entry by ashika

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... for 20 to 30 minutes until someone finally charged us $703 pesos (approx. $50 US) plus another $480 pesos for tourist cards and then reluctantly let us go on our way.



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We limped into the yard at Marina Seca Guaymas around 10pm having broken our golden rule; never drive in Mexico after dark. We bounced ...

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This 1 star resort, located on Calle Gabriel Estrada s/n, San Carlos, is near Frenchie's Cove and Barajitas Canyon.
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