In lieu of a wordy post, we present to you a photo diary of our time in Guadalajara and San Luis Potosi. … More Guadalajara and San Luis Potosi: A Photo Diary
Colima, Sayulita and a visit from friends. … More Colima, Sayulita
Our time at Playa Litibu and La Manzanilla. … More Playa Litibu, La Manzanilla
The casual beach days of Baja were over for us and we were ready to head to Mainland Mexico for something new! We enjoyed the time lazing on the beach, exploring new parts of Baja, and traveling in a zone we were familiar with, but we were ready to move on! Meridian got to spend … More Cruising the Gulf of Mexico (Or Sea of Cortez if you prefer)
Final weeks in Baja and a visit from the family.
Rancho Sol de Mayo
San Pedrito … More Wow. We left Baja March 2nd…
After escaping the windy East coast, we arrived in Todos Santos. Meridian’s mission was to go see the baby turtles head for the ocean, so that is what we did. There is a community organization that got the land protected for a turtle habitat, and they release turtles seasonally as the babies hatch. Volunteers help … More It’s a small, small world!
This is an attempt to get our blog caught up, so it will be a bit more short and sweet. Punta Conejo – Surfer beach/our first time getting stuck in sand La Paz & Playa Tecolote – Our first time in an actual RV park and beach camping Here we go…. Punta Conejo – Apparently … More Playing some blog catch-up…
Agua Verde came highly recommended to us by several sources. Somehow we hadn’t even heard of it yet, despite several past trips to Baja. So off we went! This place is hard to access which keeps the big rigs out, SCORE! Plus, the way people talk about the road in seems to scare almost everyone away. … More Agua Verde
Our next few weeks were planned to be spent on the Sea of Cortez side of the peninsula for some snorkeling, swimming, and exploring. After leaving the surf camp, we headed to San Ignacio for a different kind of landscape. San Ignacio lies in the middle of the peninsula and has one of the few … More Baja – Sea of Cortez
We have been seriously neglecting this blog, and for that we are sorry. It is time for an update that isn’t rushed, full of errors (well, we can’t promise that there will be zero errors, we are far from professional bloggers), and missing major events. Two big things happened between San Marcos, CA and San … More It’s beginning to look a lot like Baja!