BAHÍA DE LOS ANGELES

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Day 4, Monday 
Distance Driven: 550 miles

Overview of the Day

We took our time getting on the road back to LA. We had a long drive ahead of us, but I for one, was not in a hurry to leave our peaceful spot. The drive though, had it's own beauty. A few hours into the drive, we stopped in the middle of nowhere to search for some petroglyphs Jerry had been given directions to.  I use the term "directions" very loosely.  "There will be a dip is the road, then a curve to the right and a palapa.  Stop here."  We tried finding the correct cave without the guides help.  We just followed all the footprints in the sand.  It wasn't until Cha Cha told the guide that we would pay that he informed us were headed in the wrong direction.  I'd like to thank Pat for taking care of the tour guide fee.  At the cave we were treated to some very interesting and suspiciously well preserved paintings the guide claimed were 5,000 years old... 

The rest of the drive was uneventful, and we all made it back across the boarder without incident. The trip was 1106 miles in all. I highly recommend visiting Baja and the Bahia De Los Angeles, but two full days there is just not enough to soak it all in.

I'd like to thank Eric for writing a trip report for me to follow as a guideline for my webpage write-up. Main | Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4


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