Our Trip to Pescadero, Mexico | Our Travels

Moving backward a little…Happy New Year, yes I wrote this in February. “!Mas vale tarde que nunca!” as they say. I do wish you all a wonderful, prosperous and happy new year! The pic below was taken in Pascadero Mexico. If you have not been it surely is one beautiful place to visit! While there my husband went on a few spearfishing expeditions but unfortunately the waters were to rough. We stayed in Dr. Roberts Resort which was located in the perfect spot, right on the beach. He has reasonable rates and the local residents are very cool. Many of them do speak English but it doesn’t hurt to brush up on your Spanish before you go. They do appreciate you making the attempt in speaking to them in Spanish.

The restaurants are walking distance or a short drive away. We visited what feels like a 4 Star restaurant and there was always a full house when we arrived so plan ahead and arrive early. I’m not sure if they take reservations? Our morning ritual was driving to Baja Beans. It reminded me of a Starbucks but the ambiance of this cafe much better. The cappuchino’s at Baja Cafe were something I craved every morning. Below is a pic of hubby and myself on our last stop of the morning heading to the airport.

Baja Beans Cafe

 

Then there were the local taquerias and so many to choose from. We met up with some locals who knew which one was the best.

 

We drove to the next town just north 20 minutes away, Todos Santos. They are making improvements to the small town and if you didn’t know the famous Hotel California is located here. We lunched there and the food was delicious.

 

Next stop was the beach located just south of Pescadero, Cerritos. It had the feel somewhat like you see in Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego but it’s spread out a bit. The beautiful hotel sits up on a cliff and is a little hike up several stairs. We didn’t dine there because we had dinner plans but we will definitely visit the beach and hotel on our return visit. What I found interesting here is that there were massage tables set up in a couple of places on the beach and something tells me they may not be certified masseuses.

One more thing I would like to add. When booking a rental car you may want to call the rental compaby instead of booking online and ask how much insurance coverage is when traveling there. We were hit with a $500+ bill and there was nothing we could do about it even after call Dollar Rental. They simply said, “Sorry you are in Mexico and it’s out of our jurisdiction. We will not be renting from them for our Mexico trips again.

…more images will follow soon.

 

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