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Home Travel Guide Scrapbook Scrapbook Isla Espiritu Santo

Isla Espiritu Santo

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Isla Espiritu Santo
...from the journals of CW Bryant.

 

Bahia de La Paz--our view from the hotel. The promenade below
 is a fun place to be at night.

 

 

This desert is amazing and the cacti love it here! Guess how many years the tall cactus
on the left can live? Find the answer in CW's Journal.

 

 

From head to fluke... Magdalena Bay is the place to see California Gray whales.
Do you know that Grays love the company of kids?




This is Isla Espiritu Santo and its many bays. Read about the island's pearls,
black jackrabbits, and exploding rocks in CW's Journal.

 



Check out the fish I caught while trailing a line and lure from my kayak!
The Brown Pelicans circled above me expecting a free meal.

 

The water is so clear--it's the best for snorkeling. Read about a favorite fish and
find out what the fish does when frightened. It's all in CW's Journal.

 

 

Swimming with the sea lions was a blast!  And, these dolphins
raced our boat back to La Paz.

 

 

From the waves of the Pacific Ocean at Playa Los Cerritos to the
sunsets off Isla Espiritu Santo in the Sea of Cortez--
read all about my Baja adventure in CW's Journal!

Travel with CW to Baja California, Mexico.
Find his adventure in the Summer '00 issue...

>>Read Article>>

 

Where is Alyx?


Alyx is near the 10,677-ft elevation of this Ski Resort offering awesome views and super ski slopes. Where is she? Click here to find out.

Tips, Tricks & Tactics

Camping the Great Outdoors
...ideas to consider

   "Since that first camping trip, all of our trips have been only partially planned, with itineraries set more as ideas than as fixed schedules.  We usually take each day one at a time, and do whatever feels right for that particular day.  Slowing down to smell the roses has never been so sweet as when we travel with our two kids!"  -- David, Westminster, MD

 Take it from David, there's a time to plan and a time to take one day at a time.

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