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Monthly Archives: July 2009

Camping in Baja, Mexico :: Our Route through this Beautiful Mexican Peninsula – PART 2

NIGHT 23 – La Paz
From San Juanico, the route into La Paz is primarily driven on the paved roads of Mex 1.  The trip takes 5-6 hours.  We arrived in the evening, driving along the malecon (boardwalk) as the sun set.  There were people, palm trees, and restaurants everywhere, and, since we didn’t know anyone [...]

Surfing in Baja, Mexico :: A Short Video

Check out our boards and reports of my first attempts to surf!

The Honduran Coup and Protests

On June 28th, Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was ousted from office conservative opponents, replacing him with Roberto Micheletti.  Sparking controversy at a global level, protests immediately ensued in Tegucigalpa, the Honduran capital.
To read more about the coup, visit the LA Times story.
I hope not only for our sake (we have to drive through Honduras to [...]

Camping in Baja, Mexico :: Our Route through this Beautiful Mexican Peninsula – PART 1

Stay tuned for Part 2 of our Baja route, followed by a short video of our travels in Baja!
Frequented by surfers, campers, and general coastal enthusiasts from all over the world, Baja, Mexico is a wonderful destination for alluring ocean landscapes, inexpensive travel, and easy camping.  Our stay in Baja has lasted for over two [...]