After days of panicky predictions on how a hurricane would rampage straight over La Paz in Baja California Sur all we got was rain for a few days. Immediate flooding ensued. But the actual storm stayed on the pacific to crash into land much farther north, near Guerrero Negro.
Lucky me I guess 😉
Yesterday I went to the Cabo area for some exploring and alone time. Along the way I found a jungle like area that reminded of me of the Philippines. Having barely dodged a rain storm everything was nice and freshly green after the rain forced the dust to the ground.
In May of 2022 I drove down to Cabo san Lucas for lunch and a bit of fun. Living in La Paz is great, but the city as a whole doesn’t have much to offer and a change of scenery is nice from time to time. Cabo is supposedly only a few hours away. And it almost is. The plan was to leave somewhat early, have some fun in Cabo and ride back at the end of the day. Simple as that.
A little roadtrip to the Todos Santos and the nearby beaches.
in the southern bit of Baja California Sur in Mexico.
Somehow this restaurant failed. All that is left are some walls and floors.
From my little adventure today driving along the coast on the Sea of Cortez in Mexico’s Baja California Sur.
Lots of gravel and dust, but also alluring blue waters!
Baja California Sur is mostly desert land surrounded by sea. Today we rode almost a 100 Kilometers to Los Barriles.