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If you need transportation to and from Los Barriles and the airport, there are several taxi services which are available, AND very courteous people. I know most of them personally and can vouch for all being reliable.
Octavio Aviles. email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
tel:624 118 4405 or 624 127 3122.
Also, tour boats to Bay of Dreams, Whale Watching Lopez Matoes, fishing
tours to Todos Santos.
b. Homar: 1410715 - home
6241297038 - cell email@example.com
c. Ulises: email firstname.lastname@example.org Cell phone: 044-624-165-1263
House phone: 141- 05 36 From the US: 011-52-624-165-1263
d. Raul: Ensenada de Palmas, Transportadora Turistica, Cel. 624 129-7206,
Tel. 01(624) 141-0230 email@example.com
e. Eduardo Verdugo "Service of Taxi"
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Cel phone: 044 624 355 49 86 Tel./fax: 624 141 00 42
Written Jun 23, 2009
If you are renting a car and driving to/from the airport to Los Barriles or anywhere else on the peninsula, where there are often long stretches of road where you might come up on a slow-moving vehicle and want to pass; they may very well put on their Left Blinker, indicating that they are aware of you and know you would like to pass them, and that the way is clear to do so ----NOT that they are going to turn left.
BUT, of course, along such empty stretches of road, there can also be hidden dirt roads, and just possibly, he IS signalling a left turn! Sometimes it is difficult to discern, and especially in the case of the latter, he may NOT be aware of you, so when you are starting to pass him, he then turns right into you!
Mexican drivers are not required to take tests and have experience driving, such as in the US; so, often, in these rural places, the driving behaviour can be quite different than the US and other western countries.
Written Jul 2, 2009
Luggage and bags: If you are only going to be in the Baja Sur area, don't overpack! You will only need light-weight clothes, even if it is winter. If it is winter, just a light jacket, or sweater will do. You can even buy a shawl or jacket if needed.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Definitely bring your beach shoes; you may be able to find flip flops here though.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Often I am asked if the snorkeling is good: answer is YES! so if you particularly enjoy this water sport, bring your gear!
Miscellaneous: Need I mention FISHING GEAR?? as this is a fisherman's heaven, I presume they already know what to bring; buy everything is available here also, or you can hire a boat with everything provided, of course.
Written Jun 23, 2009
For the past couple yrs (2011 and 2012), the local Windsurfers hold an International Competition in January:
LORD OF THE WIND
Kitesurfing lessons: http://www.exotikite.com/
blog with photos: www.kiteboardinglosbarriles.com
Equipment: Windsurf or Kitesurfing equipment, but will also be available for rent
Updated Apr 28, 2012
Address: North Beach