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5 Shots: Cerritos Beach, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Celebrating our third year anniversary, Jim and I went to the outskirts of Todos Santos on the Pacific Ocean. We stayed at a resort which had the stuff I like–pools, gardens, swim-up bar, spa, must-be-on-the-beach accommodations. But, it also had that glamping vibe, that is, we stayed in a Palapa hut watching and chatting with resident “beach bum”surfers and the locals who paraded up the beach trying to sell you a hat. Our conciergie steered us in the right direction for authentic street tacos and sublime Mexican meals. Going to sleep to the sound of the waves is the craving that propels me to take on odd jobs to afford going in the first place. Which shot do you like the best?

A Room with a View
Hacienda Cerritos Hotel on the cliff of Cerritos Beach
Spray
10 ft. wave
Tidal Pool
Green Moss
Deep Sea Fishing, Sea of Cortez, Rooster Fish
Red Snapper

34 thoughts on “5 Shots: Cerritos Beach, Baja California Sur, Mexico”

  1. I vote for room with a view. You look out on the Pacific from the north and eight minutes drive from where I live I look out on the South Pacific. My happiest childhood memories and current pleasure centers around the great Pacific Ocean. Many of my travel years were flying over that beautiful ocean in commercial and small planes. Enjoy your time there.

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  2. That Red Snapper could feed a family! I like the view from your room. I could probably live out my life looking at that.
    Happy anniversary, and I hope you are well.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

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  3. Im going the ten foot wave as my favourite but I love you with the Snapper. I cook a mean Vietnamese Snapper. If everyone deserved a holiday after the past couple of years. Its you. Enjoy.

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    1. Oh, Lloyd. Thanks for that, my friend. I’m feeling about 80 percent mentally. Physically, I cut out carbs and sugar and am amazed how much better I feel. Thanks for asking. I bet your recipe is great. It was a mild fish and a spicy version sounds lovely. Hope you are well, my friend.

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  4. Oh, Lloyd. Thanks for that, my friend. I’m feeling about 80 percent mentally. Physically, I cut out carbs and sugar and am amazed how much better I feel. Thanks for asking. I bet your recipe is great. It was a mild fish and a spicy version sounds lovely. Hope you are well, my friend.

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    1. Hi John! I remember your posts with your daughter swimming in the water. We opted to rent a car and drive up the Pacific an hour outside of Todos Santos. The resort was fine for us. Down to earth and no crowds. Really great! Yes, that Snapper was mighty tasty. It was shared with three families. I love it down here. It’d be easy for me to be an ex-pat.

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