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 waiting hotel shuttle that departs three times a day to and from town.
The trip to El Centro was uneventful except for the short amount of rain, clouds and white capped seas. Yes, we saw rain today!
Our view, heading towards La Paz with a Nordhaven in the distance.
The view forward in calm seas. No, not Catalina Island but, Island Cerralvo in the distance as we make our approach towards La Paz.
Like I said this marina is just loaded with fish. Here, what I thought were just a bunch of large bait wait, similar to mullet, are actually good eating fish according to John.
Just a quick picture to show you we are staying at a pretty classy resort marina. Our infinity pool with chilled water to make your soak that much more pleasant. The palapa bar and restaurant is an excellent place to eat or drink. This morning this is where we ate breakfast, while watching the rain.
The malecon, a twelve mile board walk with sculptures throughout and nightly hang out place. (We learned the La Paz Carnival is in February and is one of the better carnivals all around).
A Weyland painting, across the street from the malecon.
As we walked down this street I noticed that what they are saving is just the front facade of an old building.