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[*] posted on 5-4-2019 at 10:04 AM


x2 for La Choya coffee! We buy our coffee beans for the house there, too. La Choya also has a location on Allende across the street from the Baja Ferries building. The Allende store closes at 1PM, and I think the other location on Colima also closes for a couple hours in the early afternoon, but opens up again in the afternoon around 4PM or so.



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[*] posted on 5-4-2019 at 03:10 PM


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Dear Khaleesi, you will soon graduate from newbie status and we will see your avatar.


Ha ha :spingrin: I’m getting closer to the 25.
Khalessi is my favorite character although Arya is now sharing that spot with her :cool:


Yes, you are!

Unless you did, and I missed it, how about making a new post telling us about you? Several new Nomads start out with an introduction of themselves and sometimes include:
What they like to do (or want to do) in Baja?
What they drive (a big deal if a 4WD)?
What are their favorite places? (If you are a surfer, then you have pressure put upon you to maintain secrecy over the good spots, often under the code name "Seven Sisters" lol!)

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Good idea. I’ll look for an introduction thread and post or make one myself over the weekend.
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[*] posted on 5-22-2019 at 09:50 AM


Posted a while back:
AWSOME restaurant in La Paz


My wife and ran into an offbeat new place to eat. Maybe some of you have been there already. Place is named Mi Casita on Revolution and Pienda. They had everything. Sushi, carne, pollo and everything for everybody. Great service. Inexpensive for our tastes and a super atmosphere.

Special was lobster and a steak ,of your choice, for 600 for two of us. We received a free appetizer which was enough for our palate, and really didn't need the dinner but it was awesome.

We frequent many places in La Paz and this is our new go to place.

We did tell them to be aware of a guy named Harold who hates all and everything about La Paz and writes reviews here about all negative about La Paz and Mexico. They said they would make sure and spit on his food. Just don't say you are Harold.

Defiantly a step above Uraguay, tres virgins and Nim, but not a great taco like Juanitas on colisio y Abasolo ( small plug for Juanitas

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[*] posted on 5-23-2019 at 12:42 PM


The Rotarians have us stay at the Villa Marina. Stop by for a snack of nachos, or a lunch or dinner at the Dingy Dock. It overlooks the Marina, very nice ambiance.



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