Back to La Paz

Back to La Paz for a tour of the town. Here we are in La Paz on the walk around the bay.

We walked to the Mercado. This is a store with many vendors in it selling food of all types and quick restaurants. My favorite was the tortilla stand where one could purchase 20 tortillas for a buck. Corn or Flour, it didn't matter, a peso per tortilla. The 20 flour tortillas I bought did not make it home. They were warm and fresh and very tasty.


There was a street fair with vendors selling trinkets. Nothing that caught my eye.


We had dinner on the beach with our feet in the sand and the food was delicious. Boris' pizza ran a bit late as they were busy, but it was a great evening overall.


The next morning, we walked over to the church and through town, had some ice cream and bought more tortillas. Mayli bought the tortillas this time so they would last a bit longer.



We even learned a bit of history about La Paz. It is the pearl of the Baja Peninsula.



We had a really nice dinner that night in a fine restaurant in town and retired back to the boat. With just one day left, we would have to make our last day a good one.


Technical Data::


Municipio de La Paz, MX to Puerto La Paz, La Paz, MX

Time: 1 h 20 m ( 08:12 to 09:32 ) Distance: 7.58 nm

Fuel: 2.22 Gallons Fuel Rate: 1.67 GPH Fuel Economy: 3.40 NM/G

Avg Speed: 6.51 kn Max Speed: 7.70 kn

Engine Runtime Start: 3334.75 Hours Runtime End: 3336.05 Hours Fuel: 2.22 Gallons Fuel Rate: 1.67 GPH Fuel Rate Max: 3.49 GPH Avg RPM: 1059.87 Max RPM: 1214.25 Avg Oil Pressure: 52.30 Low Oil Pressure: 31.91 Avg Temperature: 183.75 Max Temperature: 192.20




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