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Travel Blogs from Loreto
... the afternoon and night with them and Gary did the builders inspection. Lucy who ran the cafe and did the cooking was fabulous, fresh pasteries right outside our door and the best Mexican we have tasted, plus dirt cheap. Mexico is more expensive than we imagined so this was a rare find. We also met a couple who recently moved in - Don and Nancy. They have just finished a 35 year voyage around the world. So interesting, we ...
... There are at least 3 police per block but I have not felt unsafe anywhere. I wish I could get a good picture of the beautiful square but those giant book sale tents are still blocking it. Seems like a lovely place but very crowded, ready to move on!
Ate lunch at a simple taco place, $2. This leg of my trip is certainly pushing my tolerance for spicy things. I thought I was good but ...
... that he has lived here.
Mum and Lisa pulled the pin and said that it was time to return before the sun became too hot. We passed nine turtles on the way home, but I only heard about the turtles later as I had passed out. Under my pink sarong, Mumīs blue shirt and hat, I admit that it was tough to find me!
Lisa had the opportunity to drive the boat while the water that was pooling in the bottom of the boat was bailed out.
... to El Rey del Taco for the best fish tacos in town. We are not disappointed! The compact rental car is loaded with provisions as we make our way back to the marina. Hertz will pick up the car at the marina. That works for us! That evening we treat ourselves to dinner at Pedro’s Porto Bello Restaurant. The mixed seafood fettuccini (scallops, prawns, lobster) is as good as we remember from last year.
We leave Puerto Escondido ...
... br> of desert, mountains, and sea. Trust us when we say it's like no other
place you've ever been.Those who have been here call
it unique, extraordinary, unbelievable, astounding and fantastic.
Mostly, though, this hidden secret - cliche as it may sound - is where
people come to truly get away from it all. The Islands of Loreto are far
from the tourist centers and shopping malls of modern life, offering an