Southward bound along the cost of Mainland Mexico

Southward bound along the cost of Mainland Mexico

Picture driving up to a stark white hotel, off a long bumpy dirt road, with no other cars around, to reach a new campsite reportedly adjacent to the hotel. The grounds look abandoned with the exception of a lone RV, and there is not a soul in sight as the last of...
Mainland Mexico, Here We Come…

Mainland Mexico, Here We Come…

The day before we were to leave on the ferry from La Paz on the Baja Pennisula to Mazatlan in mainland Mexico, we headed over to the Banjercito office, the official government office that provides temporary vehicle import papers for traveling to mainland Mexico.  We...
The End of Baja

The End of Baja

We are getting close to the end of our time in Mexico, and Belize is right around the corner, and here we’ve still not finished writing about our time in Baja, Mexico! So this is going to be a long read, but it’s time we get this last chapter written and...
Treacherous Roads to Magical Places

Treacherous Roads to Magical Places

After hanging out at the beach in Bahia Concepcíon, we headed for another new camping experience…city camping!   Loreto, the first Spanish colonial settlement of the New Spain on the Baja California Peninsula is close to the beach, has a marina and easily...
The Epitome of Baja

The Epitome of Baja

When people talk about traveling to Baja, the picture that comes to mind, and that is featured on many guidebooks, is from photos taken at the Bay of Concepcion.  It has beautiful clear waters, miles of beaches, great kayaking and fishing, numerous coves, and is...
A Drive to the Wild West

A Drive to the Wild West

After our lazy days in Bahia Los Angeles, we were ready to find some adventure.  We thought of taking the road south along the Sea of Cortez, but we couldn’t find any information on how far it went, or it’s condition.  Only one guy said he’d been...