Saṃsāra or Sansar (Devanagari: संसार) is a Sanskrit word that means "wandering" or "world", with the connotation of cyclic, circuitous change. It is also the concept of rebirth and "cyclicality of all life, matter, existence", a fundamental belief of most Indian religions. —-Wikipedia
First stop after La Paz was the beautiful Isla Espiritu Santo with its magnificent geology and clear ocean water. We were here all alone…
A highlight of our Baja experience was swimming with the sea lions at Los Islotes. They were so playful, friendly and felt like blubber! It was rumored that the babies will cuddle right up in your arms! Caution: when the big guys come around, it’s best to back off.
I can imagine that the cosmetic chemist at Chanel responsible for of the formulation of the 2021 color trends might derive immense inspiration from the dramatic kaleidoscope of color that the geography in the Sea of Cortez presents. ( to read more about this, see Katie’s Blog #6 above).
We hiked and snorkeled, drank tequila on the beach and laughed!
On our sail north to Loreto, we saw El Mano de Dios…
Known as the most well preserved of all the Baja missions. The church at San Francisco de Javier was founded in 1699 and still attracts a pilgrimage of over 2000 devout Catholics each year in December. The village and the mission are a 45 minute drive up in the mountains above Loreto.
5 thoughts on “12/13 – 1/1/21 La Paz to Loreto, BC”
Jealous, food sounds amazing!
Sounds like it is great!
Beautiful! Happy New Year!! Tom and Sheila
I love that you’re following our adventure. I’m following your adventerous footsteps. Love you!
Jeff & Katie
It’s so wonderful watching you 2 live this dream!
thanks for following our adventure. We need your blogging expertise! Sending best wishes to you and your family in this New year.
Jeff & Katie