La Paz, Baja California Del Sur, Mexico, Is An Intriguing Possibility As An Immigration Destination — The Wild N Woolly Wordsmith Shop

#bajabound #lapaz La Paz. The Peace, I like the sound of that. It seams to be a beautiful place as well. Amazing beaches, lots of sea life. Of course, we have the whales that everyone comes to Baja for in the first place, right? Swimming with whale sharks, dolphins, etc. There is boating, standup paddle […]

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Ánimas Bajas, Mexico — Travel Cravings

Last night was quite a night. You started the evening with a tasting of small-batch mezcals—tequila’s smokier sibling—from Oaxaca. A seven-course tasting menu, complete with wine pairings, followed as the sun set. Oysters. Scallop ceviche with a spicy ají amarillo sauce. A black bean tamale smothered in chocolatey mole negro. Charred octopus with crispy pork belly. […]

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Kayaking in La Paz and Loreto

Clenched teeth relax into a smile when a sea turtle surfaces alongside our kayak. Five-foot waves looming overhead can intimidate novice kayakers like us, but with help from all members of the ten-day, twenty-person expedition, we make it: 121 kilometres along the roadless Sea of Cortez coastline from Loreto to La Paz, Mexico. (Map) Old […]

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RoadCd First Free Audioguide in Mexico

Cabo San Lucas, August 23, 2007 – Ever thought how great it would be to know about the pleasures and the pitfalls of a resort area without
having to drive and read that outdated travel guide at the same time? No more standing on a corner fumbling with a map like a lost tourist, no more
showing up at an address for a hot bar that has since morphed into a Laundromat.

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