A short boat ride from La Paz, Mexico takes traveler Brandon to a world of interesting rock formations, an abundance of marine wildlife, and an afternoon snorkeling with the sea lions. Special thanks to Espiritu & Baja Tours and Jose Luis for a fun, educational tour.
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Earthworm Envy on InstagramThanks for the money kids and enjoying the song!A work in Progress.Friends, I found a fantastic place for you to rest your head as you travel from the East to the @bridgestreetinn . The @hotellunamystica offers vintage camper hotel rooms, a spartan trailer dorm room and a field for car camping. Next to Hotel Luna is the @taosmesabrewing Delicious beer and great music. Tonight’s entertainment is Coco’s Hen House of Burlesque. Camping is $10 a person which includes bathroom/shower facilities. The brewery offers a happy hour and normal pints are $5. Once again all this fun is right next to our campsite.I am very excited to help Penny celebrate her birthday this Friday at the @seedandsoul There will be a prize for the best alien pet costume.
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