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Hot springs and giant cacti– Cycling Baja California part 3

Hot springs and giant cacti– Baja by bicycle part 3 Country: Mexico From San Felipe to Coco’s Corner Lesson learned: Don’t camp without a tent on a windy night Laughed about: Chopping ice bricks is a profession down in the Baja Most wonderful miracle: Hot springs Animals we saw: vultures, […]

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Bumpy walk into the village of El Huerfanito A tree that grew out of a tiny but of soil between the rocks Vulture Tijuanense in Bahía San Luis Gonzaga Unpaved part on Highway 5, Mexico The ride down just after Puertecitos
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Desert, wind and a salt cloud – Baja by bicycle part 2

Desert, wind and a salt cloud – Baja by bicycle part 2 Country: Mexico From Ensenada to San Felipe Lesson learned: Tailwind can be exhausting too Laughed about: Bike shorts that look like diapers Most wonderful miracle: Walking the mudflats Animals we saw: Hummingbird, squirrels, bunnies, vultures, serpent Days on […]

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Cycling the Baja Vineyard on the way to Ojos Negros Some kilometers out of town San Felipe’s beach in the late afternoon Empty desert road DSCN2870
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Coco from Coco`s Corner

Coco from Coco`s Corner

Baja California, June 2016 In the middle of the old road to Lake Chapala, Baja California lives a legend by the name of Coco. Coco is a 79 year old man disabled from both legs. Everyone who has ever ridden up this road, including truck drivers, Baja 1000 riders (a famous annual […]

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About sunscreen and ice cream – Baja by bike part 1

About sunscreen and ice cream – Baja by bike part 1

About sunscreen and ice cream – Baja by bike part 1 Country: Mexico From Tijuana to Ensenada Lesson learned: Apply sunscreen before sweating Laughed about: Mexico and Australia aren’t that different after all Most wonderful miracle: History lessons from first hand Greatest challenge: Finding out whether those legs are still […]

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Winter break in Mexico

Winter break in Mexico Missed the last blog? Here it comes: Tijuana, our home for a while Blog auf deutsch: Winterpause in Mexiko When March came, it was clear we couldn’t call this a “winter break” anymore. But there was still so much work undone and so many projects we had started […]

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Butterfly in Tijuana’s City Center #tijuanatransforma “I do!” the kiss IMG_20160413_160421 We’ll miss our family and friends! My German students playing a homemade vocabulary game The viewpoint on the toll road between Tijuana and Ensenada
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Tijuana, our home for a while

Tijuana, our home for a while

Tijuana, our home for a while Missed the last entry? Here it comes: On the way to Mexico: Cycling southern California Blog auf deutsch: (Fürs erste) zu Hause in Tijuana Tijuana is a special place. There is lots to see and do: arts, concerts, the beach walk, the museums, the famous Baja […]

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Tijuana: A Paradise for the Hungry Cyclists

Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, May 2016 Tijuana: A Paradise for the Hungry Cyclists  There is a lot to say about Tijuana. Many of those things might hurt our pride, but there is one thing that whoever visits this south of the border town agrees on: food here is delicious. Just […]

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Fish Taco IMG_7779 Our People Welcome You IMG_7812 The Passion of Cooking Tortas Washmobile
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Tijuana: Top things to do

Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico, May 2016 So you happen to cross to Tijuana on your way south to Baja or North to Vancouver on your bike? You are one lucky cyclists! Because Tijuana has a lot to offer and we want to recommend you a lot of things coming form […]

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Arriving to Tijuana bi Bicycle Jai Alai Historic Building Ask and you Shall Receive Information! Variety of Fresh Produce in mercado Hidalgo Tourst Police Dial 075 CECUT
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