Scenes from Guerrero Negro

We ended up spending a good chunk of time relaxing in our oasis at Hotel Malarrimo in Guerrero Negro.  It was quiet and peaceful.  The hotel had wi-fi (that we could actually connect to from INSIDE the room!) and a restaurant attached so some days I only moved from our room to the dining area and back (*embarrassing*).

2 comments to Scenes from Guerrero Negro

  • C. J. Hogewoning

    You guys are totally amazing!!! 9/12/13 8:44pm PDT San Diego, CA USA time.
    I don’t know how I got your web site; but I am glad I did. I’m 68. Cycled Monday &
    wednesday to my Spanish class about 14 miles round trip per day. About 5-6 years ago
    I received a book, “Bike for Life”, how to live to be 100. I cycled going to college to
    earn my degree in Accounting. I would like to cycle across the USA, souther tier to Florida.
    I would like to cycle thru Mexico from here to Arizona down to Nagazari, Sonora, Mx then south.
    I love your little house! Raised vegetable gardens! Vegetarian lifestyle, it’s hard to change from meat (poltry) as a protein source. ?What camera did you shoot your posted films?
    Yes, I even rode by bike to deliver newspapers as a boy. Cycling is Fun, and I wish more fat Americans would give up their gas guzzlers for a bike. Anyway. Adios! Hasta Pronto! CJ 🙂

    • Kai

      Thanks for your comment! So glad to hear that you’re cycling and also that you dream of undertaking some long rides. We say do it! 🙂 As for your question, we rely primarily on two cameras to shoot video, one is a point and shoot (Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS) and the other is a mirrorless MFT (Micro Four Thirds), specifically a Panasonic GF1. For video, the latter is most often fitted with the LUMIX G 20mm f/1.7 Aspherical lens. Happy riding!

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