The Tehuantepec and Chiapas – A Grand Finale for Mexico (Part II of II)Part II – La Venta and Palenque
T-Peck, Chiapas, Chocolate and Coffee and San Cristobal….yeah it’s all in here!
A bit more info on Bahia Falsa, right outside of La Paz.
The intent of this post is to put out info and finishing touches on the rest of the posts we’ve written.
Several references to Caleta Lobos discuss anchorage here in moderate weather, but I thought it was fine.
Three things topped our list for Oaxaca beyond the culinary experience: 1) Rugs 2) Alebrijes and 3) Monte Albán.
To quote Jimmy Buffett “Go fast enough to get there, but slow enough to see.” This was to be our last time passing through here (we hope) and while we read and heard stories of how rolly the anchorages were, we were still curious to experience them ourselves.
Our first experience in Muertos wasn’t all great, but we’ve been back since and love the place.
Combining a story by the HelmsMistress with Places We’ve Been, we say goodbye to Puerto Escondido, hopefully not for the last time.
We spent an entire day rounding the cape from Cabo to Frailes, not really knowing the afternoon beating we were about to get.