Saturday, January 19, 2013

Last Rock of Baja California Sur

On the way back to San Lucas, while traveling from the Pacific Ocean, to the Mar de Cortéz, there is a turning point to go arround the península. This is where the rock shown below is located.

This is also the southest part of Baja California, and while this is the last stone at the end of the Península, it seems to be habitated. A couple of Pelicans are living there and have a nice view of the ocean.

On the Right part of the stone (Island) you can see the Pacific Ocean, while on the left it is the Mar de Cortez.
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It seems that this is also a nice place to go diving, ( I did not dive this time tough! :-(  ). But it is easy to see big animals, such as whales and sharks even Whalesharks. I think I might plan another trip to "Baja" just to come diving at this wondeful places who are left unexplored (by me).

Friday, January 18, 2013

Thinking by the Sea

I like the sea, and the beach. But I hate to leave it behind. I might strongly consider the possibility to live near to it. But for now it is time to say good bye and move on. 

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So.. I leave this time a view to the horizon to help you think... "What´s next?"  "Where would you like to go?" "What would you like to do?"

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Rocky Formations

Previous post was about rocky formations out of the sea. and they had some specific structure and shape. mostly shaped by the erotion from the sea. However some other formations are generated by the erosion by the air.

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I am not a geologist, so If I am wrong, please forgive me. and if someone else knows if this erosion comes from something else, it would be nice to share it and explain us how where this rocks made.

P.S. By the way these are also in Baja California Sur near the rocks from the previous post. (You can see the huge difference among them)

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Baja California Sur

 What do you think about this rocky formations? they are inmense and look impresive when comming out from the sea. I am not climber, However it might be nice to climb to the top dont you think?

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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Beach + Desert

It was not common (for me) to see rocky mountains, with big cactus and desert vegetation reaching the beach. However in Baja California Sur, Mexico it seems that it is a comon view. I show here a picture of it.
Maybe the cactus plants are not tottaly clear but all the green over there are this type of plants.

I will try to get some other pictures to show them clearyl.

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Monday, January 14, 2013

Lovers Beach

There are several ways to get here, however my favorite so far is by walkint to it. It is located at the most south part of the Baja California Península,  Souther from the "Pelicans Bay" shown in the previous post.

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This sort of "hidden Beach" is beautiful, however it can be reached via some water taxis departing from Cabo San Lucas, BCS, Mexico. Which makes it accesible to many turists. (Bad thing) 

But there is allways a way to visit it when it is alone. Going after 5pm, when everyone is gone and go there via the hidden walking trail. So that you can be there all by your own. The view shown above is the Pacific Ocean, by looking in the shown direction and if you are able to swim ( or sail ) about 8,000Km you will reach Hawaii. 

It is a really nice plae to dive, because there are lots of big animals, such as White Sharks and Whales. Unfortunately I was not there to dive. but it is definitely on the bucket list of places where I would like to dive.

Sunday, January 13, 2013


I found some Pelicans at the South part of Baja California Península. This is just one of the stones where  some of them where gathered. In fact there were many of them but I chose just this picture because otherwise it might look crowded. (Minimalistic Pelicans View)

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