Rosarito 11/12/16

Predictably, as a result of the prior night’s debauchery, some of us were not feeling so healthy on Saturday morning. I woke up, made some coffee, and went with Karl, Linda, and Jessica to buy some butter and breakfast items. We walked south, away from the main part of town, and ventured past a honey … More Rosarito 11/12/16

Rosarito 11/11/16

The last time we drove across the border to Mexico was for Halloween weekend in 2011, which is way too long of a time lapse for people who live in San Diego county. This time, we were interested in renting a large beach side house for a big group, but AirBNB ended up being inconvenient in … More Rosarito 11/11/16

Cartagena Part II

We returned to Cartagena on day #10 and again basked in the glory of Cartagena’s beaches (Playa Blanca is pictured below). We stayed here all day eating and drinking beers and beachy cocktails. Read more about the beers here.   On the last day of our trip, we came back to Castillo San Felipe (we had … More Cartagena Part II

Taganga

On our fourth day in Colombia, we took a cramped and bumpy bus ride for 5-6 hours to Taganga, a charming little fishing village. Though the village itself has an unexplored and remote tranquility about it, La Tortuga, our hostel, was another matter altogether; “tranquil” would be the last word I use to describe this … More Taganga