Day 9 – Loreto

March 14, 2010 – After a couple of wonderful days at Playa Santispac in Bahia Concepcion we headed off to Loreto, the birthplace of California (both Baja & Alta). The drive was as scenic as it gets with the mountain range contrasting with the Sea of Cortez and hardly any traffic to boot. After we arrived  at Yolanda’s Campground, Rivera Del Mar, we headed off for lunch at the Giggling Dolphin and Ubaldo did not disappoint, we had a great lunch.

Irene on the Margarita Bike!

Later the group toured along the market walkway that includes the 1st Jesuit Mission in this former California Capital and many other historical buildings.

In the evening we all attended our Baja Fiesta dinner, for the first time hosted by Yolanda at the RV Park Restaurant.

Now this couple could dance!

The food was great, the music fantastic and fun was had by all, a very enjoyable evening for sure, the outdoor patio was a real hit.

Must be Baja Amigos!

Plenty of dancing and memories that will last for many years to come.

Who said they did not dance?

This morning we leave for the community of San Javier that includes it’s namesake Mission.  Later many will join us at Del Burracho, (The Drunk), Mike’s Texas Saloon for lunch, I for one can hardly wait to taste the ice cold draft Negro Modelo.


Ciudad-Constitucion Maria Isabel's RV Park, Mulege Potrero Regional Park La Ventana La Ventana Los Cerritos Loreto-Market - Meat Department Mariachis-in-Ensenada Mexican-signage