BAJA, Mexico Trip 2 of 2

BAJA, Mexico Trip 2 of 2

Vámonos a Baja !

Mexico is such a diverse and beautiful country, you can spend a lifetime and not get bored of its options, colors, flavors and of course its people.

Day 4. Los Barriles San Jose del Cabo

Another lumpy day on the road, amazing views of the desert around BCS, today you have a stop to make in the very important “Trópico de Cancer” one of the 3 horizontal division our planets has.

Amazing to think your actually in a geographical dividing point in earth (it feels the same tough) after this its back to the lumpy roads to reach the much bigger city of San Jose del Cabo the day wasn’t that challenging at all but the effort of Day 3 left us feeling a bit destroyed

We enjoyed the day in the city going sightseeing and sleeping from 830pm to 7am of the next day.

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Day 5. San Jose del Cabo to Todos Santos

To cross from this 2 points you have to pass the famous city of Los Cabos an American type city filled with big hoteles, a beautiful port and many tourist looking for another margarita.

 

It’s a long day because of the wind and also a bit dangerous (for 20km) lots of traffic so its best to have a van behind you to make this part of the trip (thanks Rafa), after passing the big congestive area you get to see some amazing views of the road and the ocean and then get to spend the day in a lovely hotel in Todos Santos.

Todos Santos is an amazing village witch is considered a “Pueblo Mágico” witch translated to magic town, this is a sort of brand that Mexico gives to some of its must see villages around the country. Every time you go to a “Pueblo Mágico” you are in for a treat since its sure to be beautiful, safe and should enjoy a lot of rich history and delicious food.

We enjoyed the day and prepared for the last day.

Day 6. Todos Santos to La Paz

This was the last day of the trip and a hard one we battle form the beginning the wind and the “bad” roads , lots of potholes and road rash but the open scenery was well worth it.

We felt happy to finish the trip mission accomplished but also sad about it. Back to real life. The bike performed incredibly well on the road but it was off road where the magic of the EXPLORO really shines, incredibly fast and able