Mexico

Mexico – Baja California Part 4

For the entire trip I’ve been trying out the Mexican food. Mostly though I’ve been eating cheese casadias! I rarely eat meat and I’m not a big fish eater so that is somewhat limiting in Mexico. I did expand my eating horizons in Cabo though and ate loads of sushi which was delicious. Cabo San […]

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Mexico – Baja California Part 3

We were up early in San Ignacio and headed to the town square to see a very beautiful mission church, begun by the Jesuits in 1728. From there we headed out for a short time on road, then off road to Laguna San Ignacio. We rode right to the coast until we reached an eco […]

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Mexico – Baja California Part 2

It was a long ride from Catavina to our next stop, Guerrero Negro. Almost 400km, but I can’t say I noticed the distance. My eyes were continually stimulated by the dramatic and ever changing surroundings and I was so enjoying the motorbike! (I’m riding a BMW GS 800, with the most fitting paint job, it’s […]

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Mexico – Baja California Part 1

I arrived in Mexico City and my luggage didn’t! Under normal circumstances your luggage catches up the next day, the next day however I would be en route to Tijuana, where my Mexico adventure would begin, at the most Northerly point of Baja California. The next place my luggage could be sent to was Cabo […]

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Mexico

“Dad I’m going to Mexico”. I never imagined that these words could fill dad, my dad, who’s used to me saying things like, “I’m going to fly off the top of Mont Blanc, I’m off to climb Mt Everest and try and fly off the top of that too”, with such worry and dread. “Oh […]

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