This is Ballandra. You can actually drive to this beach so it's not exactly desolate, but I don't mind sharing a place this gorgeous. We climbed a sand dune and found a lagoon on the other side with a deep blue hole. What an amazing surprise.
This kind of beach is Ginger's paradise. She ran to the end, jumped in the water for a swim, then ran to the other end, repeat.
We are getting ready for our Baja Bash. It's 950 miles up the wild and desolate Baja peninsula, It almost always blows from the north and the challenge is to find those brief moments when its only blowing lightly from the north. Oh, and avoid hurricanes while you're at it. We have to stage up at Cabo and that makes me nervous, seems like thats ground zero for a lot of gales. I have done the research though, and I don't think a hurricane has ever hit Cabo in early June. Even without bad weather though, it's still uphill and I'm a little nervous.
We're provisioned and will leave in the morning. We have an internet dongle (until it expires) so I will try to add updates to the blog as I can. See you on the other side.
Where is Ashika?
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