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Antelopes, coyotes and rock paintings – Baja by bicycle part 4

Antelopes, coyotes and rock paintings – Baja by bicycle part 4

Antelopes, coyotes and rock paintings – Baja by bicycle part 4 Country: Mexico From Coco’s Corner to Guerrero Negro Lesson learned: Everything that grows in the desert has prickles Laughed about: Coco’s flirting attempts Most wonderful miracle: Mexican antelopes Animals we saw: vultures, coyotes, antelopes, lizards, mice, bunnies, wild horses, […]

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Antilopen, Kojoten und Felsmalereien – Baja California mit dem Fahrrad Teil 4

Antilopen, Kojoten und Felsmalereien – Baja California mit dem Fahrrad Teil 4 Land: Mexiko Von Coco’s Corner bis Guerrero Negro Draus gelernt: In der Wüste haben auch die Bäume Stacheln Drüber gelacht: Coco’s Flirtversuche Schönstes kleines Wunder: Mexikanische Antilopen Gesichtete Tiere: Geier, Kojoten, Berrendos, Echsen, Mäuse, Hasen, Wildpferde, wilde Esel, […]

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DSCN3002 Berrendos Peninsulares Die Bucht am Abend In between the Highway and Bahía de los Ángeles Annika and a Mexican Antelope Wild Antelope Sanctuary in Mexico
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Three Unknown Jewels of the Baja California

Three Unknown Jewels of the Baja California

Mounted on our saddles we have discovered three unknown jewels for many in Baja: Puertecito, San Luis Gonzaga and Bahía de los Angeles. Three Unknown Jewels of the Baja California  Puertecitos After pedaling 90 kilometers south of San Felipe we arrived to Puertecitos, Baja California. This eco town is inhabited […]

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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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In the and dust all trees appear grey View from top of the morning climb The ride down just after Puertecitos Bumpy walk into the village of El Huerfanito A tree that grew out of a tiny but of soil between the rocks Puertecitos beach
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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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Eispause und Sonnenbrand – Baja California mit dem Fahrrad Teil 1

Eispause und Sonnenbrand – Baja California mit dem Fahrrad Teil 1 Land: Mexiko Von Tijuana bis Ensenada Draus gelernt: Drei Mal eincremen hilft beim Schwitzen auch nicht mehr Drüber gelacht: Australien und Mexiko sind gar nicht so verschieden Schönstes kleines Wunder: Geschichtsstunde aus erster Hand Größte Herausforderung: Mal sehen ob […]

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IMG_20160515_160543With our lovely host Dora and my lovely mother-in-law Katyna IMG_20160513_122402 A lot of people stand in line for La Guerrerense Tostadas in Ensenada Ice cream break Flor, her mother and her aunt Héctor and Shimamoto from SECTURE
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Winterpause in Mexiko

Winterpause in Mexiko

Winterpause in Mexiko Letzten Blog verpasst? Hier kommt er: (Fürs erste) zu Hause in Mexiko Blog in English: Winter break in Mexico Wir schieben unsere Abfahrt immer weiter hinaus. Im März beschließen wir, dass man das nicht mehr Winterpause nennen kann. Das liegt zum einen daran, dass wir hier noch jede Menge […]

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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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The most awesome wedding cake! Newlyweds Annika and Roberto with the family Butterfly in Tijuana’s City Center #tijuanatransforma Husband and wife The international table The viewpoint on the toll road between Tijuana and Ensenada
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