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Chiapas, Baja, Oaxaca, Yucatan, Copper Canyon

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Copper Canyon RailroadClose encounter with a gray whale in BajaBaja kayakingBaja whale watchingStreet-side cafeWhales in Baja
Day of the Dead
Mexico Travel: Day of the Dead (El Dia de los Muertos) candles Coinciding with All Saints' and All Souls' Day each November 1 and 2nd, The Day of the Dead (or El Dia de los Muertos) is one of …
Copper Canyon hike
Chicago Tribune features Adventure Life Mexico tours We're not the only ones who think Mexico travel is a great idea! Travel writer, Phil Marty, in the Chicago Tribune just featured Adventure Life …
Sea turtle monitoring
National Geographic Adventure picks Baja Sea Turtle Conservation tour as a Top 10 Trip that Gives Back In its Top 10 Adventure Trips that Give Back, National Geographic Adventure features one of …
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Roy Whitworth
Left Omar at 7 am from Mulege  up the coast through Santa Rosalia and drove through San Ignacio to Guerrero Nero which is famous for the whales giving birth.  Was running a …
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Roy Whitworth
Left Zacatecas at 11 am after a great breakfast, Tom walked downtown and found a Starbucks and was really chuffed. Quinto Real was outstanding, so much so we booked into the one in Puebla for tonight …
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Roy Whitworth
Tom rose at sparrow fart to go hunt down a cup of coffee , which is his morning ritual. I packed up my stuff and loaded up for the trip to the border for our paper work and found Tom having …
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Roy Whitworth
Well we were waved through the Mexican border at San Luis and off we went, what a mistake. Nothing but desert, stopped at Puerto Pensacola for lunch which is on the ocean. Then headed N back to US …
View from my balcony
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Laura Cahill
I'm not really afraid of heights, but I have a healthy respect for gravity. As a child I loved climbing to the highest possible point in a tree, hugging the trunk and let the wind sway the tree …
My horse and my guide
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Laura Cahill
Our first overnight on the great El Chepe Mexico adventure in the little town of Cerocahui (approximately a 40 min drive from the Bauhichivo train station), I agreed to go horseback riding. I'm …
Boy on El Chepe
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Laura Cahill
Travel has become less about the journey and more about the destination. We are all a victim of this paradigm shift! I think "bucket listing" is more and more predominate in our ever …
Heading to open waters
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Laura Cahill
Heading to open waters The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.  - Jacques-Yves Cousteau Nestled between the Baja California Peninsula and mainland Mexico is …
Beach time!
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Laura Cahill
On our drive from Los Cabos to Todos Santos, we stopped along the highway at one of the few swimmable beaches on the Pacific side of Southern Baja, Playa Los Cerritos. We found a quaint hotel and …
The group eager, but a little scared to learn more about this infamous spirit
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Laura Cahill
Our group met early in the evening in the One & Only Palmilla's herb garden - a quite peaceful locale on the property. The herbs used in the hotel's restaurants are grown here. The aromas …
My Junior Suite at the One & Only
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Laura Cahill
I have given in to luxury. I decided this after my 60-minute massage in a fluffy cotton robe lounging in a private cabana in a lush tropical garden sipping orange water. I returned to my ocean front …
A family walks the beach in La Paz
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Elizabeth Conway
Aaron and the kids, Gabs, Samuel & Faye, strolling the boardwalk in La Paz, Baja -- while I hang back with the camera to capture the cuteness. The boardwalk in La Paz's Malecon district is ideal …
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Elizabeth Conway
Good morning and good-bye Magdalena Bay. Thanks for treating the Conway family so well. I strolled the beach with my companions: a steaming cup of coffee and a groggy four-year-old Faye. It was …
My son with the turtle
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Elizabeth Conway
A sea turtle meets a Samuel on Baja's Magdalena Bay Turtle monitoring begins! The camp buzzed with energy. The turtle monitoring was a much anticipated highlight of our Baja camping adventure …
Kayaking Baja
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Elizabeth Conway
Charo, Faye & I paddle through the mangroves of Magdalena Bay. (OK, OK, to be fair, Charo did most of the paddling.) We were in our kayaks by 11:00 am. Paddle-talk included insight from our …
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Elizabeth Conway
Taking in the view from our beach-side bedroom on Baja's Magdalena Bay. The roadside Ranchero's decor showcases intricate hand-crafted saddles, as well as a hodge-podge of attic-items including …
Family kayaking fun in the Sea of Cortez
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Elizabeth Conway
The family that sea kayaks together, stays together. It was by lucky circumstance that our guide, Pedro, was joining us for more of our Mexico travels and we were delighted to have his …
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Elizabeth Conway
Faye enjoys some playtime after our private picnic lunch on Baja's Espiritu Santo We had a solid sleep after yesterday's long day of travel & transfers. Everyone rose bright-eyed and we were …
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Elizabeth Conway
5 bags, 3 kids, 2 parents, 1 yoga mat, 2 life jackets, 5 sets of snorkeling gear, 11 days of camping gear ... and a partridge in a pear tree -- the Conways are finally Baja bound! The Conway …

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