Don’t think to slow in the syrupy sun…

We have arrived in La Paz our last place on the Baja penninsula after a month and around a 1000 miles of desert cycling. As we came into Baja Sur the desert gave way to old oasis towns such as San Ignacio and Mulege, which had little town squares and misions, giving us an idea of what was to come in Mexico. Our ride has followed the main highway one and although busy with traffic in places we are nearly always greeted with waves and friendly horns. We have really enjoyed trying new foods and trying out our very bad Spanish! Our next stage will take us across on the ferry to the mainland, where we will begin our big climb up up and up into the mountains to Durango…….

 

Giving the Mexican truck driver salute!

Lunch time with Megs, Jules and Adian and any shade will do.

Beer in a Mexican cool box.

Camping in an orange grove makes easy picking for breakfast.

The Mision in San Ignacio.

Down the hill Megs goes!

The evening of Jules` birthday, sunset over San Ignacio.

The Three Virgins Volcano just before Mulege.

Because flowers are important even in the desert!!

Our little bit of paradise for 4 nights.

Russ chopping wood ready for the evening fire.

Looking out to the Sea of  Cortez.

Coyote Beach.

Warming our bums by the fire after an amazing night swimming with phosphorescents.

Back out into the desert.

Loreto, Baja Sur.

A well deserved rest!

Relaxing has been a much needed part of the trip, check out my lovely sock tan lines!

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