Take a look at this video (beware of adult-language) shot over Memorial Day weekend 2017 in the Sea of Cortez, near Puertecitos. The shark is trapped in the shallows as the tidal range is extreme here. The person who shot the video stated he thought the shark was eating sting rays and was seen two days later so it lived. By the way, Puertecitos is about an hour south of San Felipe.
Last Sunday was an important day in La Bocana.
Our local baseball team (MARINEROS) celebrated 40 years of existence at
the season inaugural game
against Bahia Asuncion's team.
The stadium was packed, almost all of us local gringos were there and the original players were honored with
commemorative t-shirts. Those that have passed had t-shirts given to
the family - see the light blue
At half time - sexy team princesses revealed the
plaque with the names of the original players. Might I just mention
that they will be scholarship
recipients for 2018 should anyone be interested in being a sponsor (I am
speaking seriously LOL). Between the two games, one gentleman proposed to his fiancée and got yes as an answer.
In the ceremony, 25 little kids held flags
representing the 25 years that the team has won the championship! They
have won the last 8 in a
row....this town takes baseball verrrrrrrrrrrrrry seriously.
It was a great game and La Bocana won the 1st game, Asuncion the 2nd.
Come Monday morning, I had scheduled a cleanup with Brett, an Illinois
woman who has spent the last 4 months in La Bocana enjoying her
got her and we did the outside of the kids' stadium first.
Afterwards, although I wanted a siesta, I knew
that high wind was predicted for the afternoon and the stands were
filthy. The mess created by the
winds would blow trash right towards the ocean....so off I went to clean
A lot of beer was drunk!
Lots of trash was already blown to the end of
the stadium and as you can see, it is right next to the opening beyond
which is a road that leads to the
boat launch area.....I left it spotless! You can bet I slept like a baby last night LOL.
Blanca & her husband Les own Baja Bocana B&B should you ever find yourself on Baja's Pacific coast in La Bocana. Thank you for the report and for cleaning up!
Palace Resorts announced the debut of Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos, set to open in fall 2017. The second property comes after the success of Le Blanc Spa Resort Cancun, the brand's flagship property. Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos is the second property to open under the umbrella of Palace Resorts.
The beachfront property will offer 373 expansive suites with private terraces; a 29,000-square-foot full-service spa with 25 treatment rooms; a 3,961-square-foot fitness and wellness center with personal trainers, TRX training, Aqua Spinning and Pilates; juice bars; four plunge pools; specialty cuisine; butler service; 14,000-square-feet of meeting space; four breakout rooms and more.
For dining, guests can enjoy seven gourmet restaurants and six bars with an extensive wine and beverage program. Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos is located 35 minutes from the Los Cabos International Airport and 15 minutes from downtown Cabo San Lucas.
Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos will be composed of four oceanfront buildings with all suites, and restaurants and bars offering ocean views and large terraces.
Suites at the resort range from 760 square feet to 1,400 square feet and each come equipped with a private terrace, living space, a king or two standard double beds, soaking tub and rain-shower head. Guests can take advantage of personal butler service, a nightly aroma therapy menu, a selection of pillows from the pillow menu, and luxury in-room amenities like CHI blow dryers, CHI flatirons and BVLGARI personal products. Suites are also stocked with mini-bars, high definition SMART TV's, Apple TV, Lavazza coffee makers, complimentary Wi-Fi and a signature beach tote and umbrella.