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5 Camera Features You Think You Want, But Are Actually Bad Ideas

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Day 34: Loreto To San Javier

One of my best friends of all time sent me a quote that speaks so truly of this bike trip and travel in general, that I had to put it here. ...

Days 37 Through 41: Ciudad Constitución To La Paz

We set out from Ciudad Constitución with a good tailwind but it was clear that our days of traffic-free cycling were over. Not only did our...

Days 35 And 36: San Javier To 25 Km Before Highway 52 To Ciudad Constitución

I awoke to a chorus of birds and chickens letting me know the sun had risen, followed shortly by a warm wriggling dog jumping into my hammoc...

Days 32 And 33: Loreto

Loreto is well known destination for sport fishing, water sports, diving, and sea kayaking. The day before, I had wandered around town look...

Days 30 And 31: Mulegé To El Rosarito To Loreto (aka It Ain't All Fun But It Sure Is Pretty)

I woke up well before Gonzalo because he was trying to get caught up on work in his tent at night, which meant he wasn't up as early as he ...

Days 26 And 27: Guerrero Negro to San Ignacio

We finally said goodbye to Guerrero Negro and set out towards San Ignacio. Fueled by less than five hours of a sleep, a hefty tailwind, 100...