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10 March 2014

Baja Bound, Part 11


San Ignacio to Mulegé, Baja California

Anders, sun coming up in the back ground.
Early morning breakfast

Mission Nuestra Senor San Ignacio de Kadakaaman
Mission Nuestra Senor San Ignacio de Kadakaaman
Anders and I were up early, even though the clock was advanced by one hour in Baja California Sur. At 7:15 we were at the Rice and Beans restaurant for breakfast.

I (Liz) had cheese and avocado omelette and Anders had bacon and cheese omelette. Naturally served with beans and lightly fried potatoes, almost like a "rösti" but with a hefty dose of garlic.

Huge breakfast, not bad, good coffee. We watched the sun coming up over the Date Palm trees. San Ignaciao is in a fault of the earth, hence the palm canyon.

In the morning Lynne and Dee came with us into town. We looked at the old Mission Church: Mission Nuestra Senor San Ignacio de Kadakaaman 1728-1840.

The church was restored in 1976 but shows cracks from earth quakes.

RV on the road with Conception bay in the back ground.
Driving toward Conception Bay

Anders, Dee and Lynne in the water on the beach.
Coyote beach
The museum next door was open, exhibiting some rock art/rock paintings of nearby Sierra de San Francisco. All with Spanish explanations, but very interesting.

Santa Rosalia viewed  from Hwy 1 is the ugliest city so far in Mexico! Very commercial and dirty.

We drove out to Coyote beach with the gang. What a beautiful beach and setting....The water is crystal clear and warm. Wow!

After a while we headed back into Mulegé and checked into Clementines B&B. Good!

Had supper at Scotty's Pub in town. Very good.

More pictures from this part here.














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