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Thursday, March 5, 2015

La Paz-Bahia Concepcion.

We liked La Paz so much that we ended up staying a whole week there. Visited the city after the Carnival, lots of vendors still in town but it was much easier to find parking. We visited the Cultural Center of the city, it’s a very interesting building with a nice courtyard and a Cafe. After a week we left and we drove to Ciudad Constitucion, banking, grocery shopping and a nice evening at Misiones RV Park. From there the next day just a short drive to Loreto, we were at the Loreto Shores RV Park early in the afternoon. After a quick set up we called a cab to go and see the Mission. We wanted to see it and it was well worth it, the beautiful church was built in the 17th century. Just one more day and we are at our favourite campground: Santispack at Bahia Concepcion. On the way south we spent a week here and made arrangements with a local fisherman to go for a boat ride around the islands. On the 3rd day we did it and loved it very much. We have seen a lot of wild life, beautiful, clean, hidden beaches. The local restaurant had a pig roast on Friday with a big crowd, the staff was so busy they could barely handle it. Time flies by when you are having fun, after a week we were heading north again towards Guerrero Negro.

The Cultural Center of La Paz......

.....and it's very nice courtyard.

Getting closer to the Gulf of California.

The Mission in Loreto....

....and it's inside..

We went on a boat ride with Chico, a local fisherman......

....and have seen the small islands where the pelicans are hiding.

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