|Sandra and friend scouting the shoreline|
|Kids on trikes, where's the people?|
Yesterday we spent the day in La Paz, a lazy walk the malecon (boardwalk) kind of day and enjoy the weather which has been close to 30C once you get away from the water. Like other places there are very few people on the streets and that made it easy for us to spot Michel and Danielle, two French tourists who we first met on the beach at El Requeson. They were waiting to catch the ferry back to the mainland, and then a train up the Copper Canyon, a popular mainland tourist destination. They refused to go to Cabo San Lucas because of it’s artificial nature, an area leveraging Mexican weather but American influence and architecture. Interesting protest.
|Fresh Fish and Pelicans|
The Malecon has many statues on it and is a wonderful place for people to walk. Later we’d go out for lunch at a local restaurant, then back to the RV camp where I was put to work helping them lay out some new RV pull thru spots for an upcoming caravan. Maranatha is definitely a story in itself.