|Puerto de Pichilingue|
We arrived in La Paz as a parade celebrating Mexican Independence day had just ended. There was still lots of activities from the celebration and photo ops abound.
|La Paz Mexican Independence Day November 2014|
Along the Malecon there are beautiful statues and sights galore. We always stop at the artisan marketplace a few blocks from the bus stop. Avril loves the selection of gorgeous handmade jewelry at incredibly low prices.
|Malecon La Paz Mexico|
We walked and people watched and had a grand time. We searched for beauty everywhere.
|La Paz Mexico Courtyard|
I stopped at a convenience store and purchased bottled water. Normally I purchase water the cruise ship sells at the exit to the ports. U.S dollars are widely accepted in La Paz. As a rule we always carry sun screen, wind breakers, hats and cameras in our Eddie Bauer traveler daypacks. It is prudent to carry a little cash, credit card and identification when visiting. Exhausted we boarded the bus back to the ship. We had a bit of lunch before our nap.
|Lunch selection Horizon Court Buffet Star Princess|
We decided to have dinner in the Crown Grill, the upscale steakhouse on board the Star Princess. It was a $25 charge per person extra. I would say it was worth every penny, an extreme meat experience!
|Crown Grill Star Princess|
Nest up on the blog Puerto Vallarta!