Loreto is a slow motion kind of town... like some friendly, sun-drunk sleepwalker or something. Even pelicans and other birds seem to glide in a lazy, absent minded way. Me being a city dweller, I was downright shocked at how terse and dream-like it was being there, at the town square, at 4 pm, watching my shadow stretch over the cobblestones, with no one around, no one at all, just the sound of the ocean yawning a couple of blocks away and some trees dancing eerily to the tune of the wind. Well it was interesting to be sure, but I probably would be moving along the next morning; excessive stillness unsettles me, I guess. But then I went to Coyote Village. Man! That place got SOUL. Look, the actual bungalows are very nice and all that, a 5 star deal with pool and sauna, jacuzzi, all the works and creature comforts you may or may not need. But that's not really important. What's important is the people who run the place. Weird and wonderful, the finest pair of charming oddballs I've met in all Baja. Great storytellers too. Yeah, they had me in stitches there... so much so that I actually stayed there the whole week. I blew almost all my vacations there! No regrets though, mighty cool people. And a mighty cool little bar they got there too.
-E.Padilla, León, 28/12/2011
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Unique B&B offering free breakfast and drinks with two sauna's (dry & wet) and two hot tubs plus exercise equip. All bungalows are new & turn-key. All bungalows have their own bathroom, TV, A/C fans. We offer twice a week maid service and have two washing machines plus a beauty of a heated pool. Wi/Fi, filtered shower water and clean drinking water, two bars and 6 freezers. ... more less
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