Monthly Archives: November 2015

Marina Bike – La Paz

This morning, the road less traveled and some bike riding exercise.  Let me see if I can do an accurate job of describing this mornings bike ride.  People are still jealous of our bikes.  Not many cruisers were able to … Continue reading

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Marina Walk – La Paz 2 of 2

This morning in twenty minutes my crew, chef and most intimate partner (Patti) finished her morning coffee, downloaded her (Daily Breeze paper) showered on board, got dressed and even managed to put on a pair of ear rings before the … Continue reading

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Marina Walk – La Paz

Today, all cruisers wanting to go to “El Centro” (downtown malecon La Paz) jumped into a mini-van taxi and off we went, for 20 pesos a person.  And then, those wanting to go to Mega Supermarket to shop jumped into another … Continue reading

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Bashing to LaPaz Video

This is but a small sampling of our trip from Puerto Los Cabos towards our first night anchorage at Muertos.  We departed at sunrise and arrived around four p.m.  Dinner on the boat with no chance to visit Restaurant 1535 … Continue reading

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Jumping Waves on the Flyer


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The Cruising Life – La Paz

Experience suggests it doesn’t matter so much how you got here, as what you do after you arrive.  – Louis Mcmaster Bujold   We arrived LaPaz just two days ago and now it already feels like home.  Why you might … Continue reading

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Organic Farm Day, CUBAR, Bike Riding

This Saturday morning is San Jose de Cabo’s organic market day. Our last chance to partake in this outdoor swap meet style market with food, handicrafts and live music. Last night on the boat was movie night – we watched … Continue reading

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The church at Turtle Bay and Pedro

Pedro, the one armed (looks like a) pirate was just a boy when his father first started helping out the newly formed Baja haha cruising rally that first encouraged sail boaters to ” cut their lines” and sail south to … Continue reading

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The Visionary, Flora Farms and Hidden Gems

In our short stay here in San Jose de Cabo, sometimes just walking on the sidewalk, we find the most unassuming restaurants.  From the street level the Tequila Restaurant and Casa Don Rodrigo appear rather small, unassuming, due to their … Continue reading

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On Any Given Day, Italika Motorcycle

Yesterday I heard my first full blare on siren since arriving to San Jose de Cabo. Wow, these sirens really are offensive.  A full blare on running siren from a real  ambulance; stationed right next door to the bomberos (fire … Continue reading

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