Playa Dorada Hotel

Address: El Desemboque, Sonora, Northern Mexico, Mexico | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from El Desemboque

      Pan American Highway

      A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 02, 2014

      9 photos

      ... a few dollars and I'll be on my way. I think of it as paying tolls. However, with all my precautions, I never had to deal with any police, and shot peacefully through the Mexican desert to Hermosillo. The only tension came at a couple machine-gun heavy military checkpoints, where el Burro got a full inspection. But when I said I was driving to the World Cup in Brazil, I got a head-shaking chuckle from the soldiers and was ...

      Hermosillo, Mexico

      A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Nov 07, 2013

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      ... my motorcycle over Mexico to ensure its safety. Seeing that they didn't exactly understand the idea of a motorcycle trip, I declined and suggested they simply give me the cost of a plane ticket in cash instead. The counter-declined and we all left thinking the other doomed. The general consensus was that just over the border lay a kind of Mad Max-esque desert wasteland crawling with savages eager for gringos to stumble into ...

      Are you really ever lost?

      A travel blog entry by kossickr on Feb 03, 2013

      7 photos

      ... is Alcatraz and it is bird sanctuary but it looked more like bird **** island, seriously it was just covered in **** to the point that it was completely white! The boat made it, we only caught 2 fish, and it was a funny experience. I'm really fitting in with all these retirees! In the afternoon I went for a hike and just explored the town. Got to bed early, another day on the road tomorrow.


      A travel blog entry by hardiek on Jun 08, 2012

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      ... But the river route sounds nice, traditional little Mexican towns with hot springs and furniture makers and cows and cowboys—no more Indians. The original Opata-speaking inhabitants are down to fifteen in number, and they all live in Mexico, D. F. now. It’s a shame. Or I could go farther south into the heart of the Yaqui/Mayo territory, but I’ve done that before. So I get the brilliant idea to book a room in advance ...


      A travel blog entry by hardiek on Jun 06, 2012

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      We Americans have our Wild West just like Mexico has its "norte barbaro," and they're the same place of course, that vast expanse of land bounded by two mountain ranges and stretching from Utah to Jalisco, Mexico. It’s home to cowboys and Indians ranging from Utes to Aztecs, vaqueros to buckaroos. Where I’m going is right in the center of it. I’ll start in my former home state of Arizona and cross the border into Mexico from there. Mexico was the ...