Thursday, April 26, 2012

Sights of La Paz

Our friend Jim Thompson – a friend of Bryce’s from his aerial survey days and fellow sailor – joined us in La Paz on April 11th.  After a brief visit we set off for a seven day sail among the islands near La Paz, which we'll blog about soon.  We returned after that trip to La Paz, where we are now decommissioning Abracadabra for the summer.  We'll also blog (aka complain) about the decommissioning process and blog (aka brag/warn you) about our plans for the summer.  In the meantime, here are some sights of La Paz, many of which Jim captured and shared with us - others are courtesy of Abracadabra's official photographer, Captain Bryce.

The doorways and courtyards of La Paz are as intriguing as in other Mexican cities:

And behind the low unemployment figures in Mexico, occasionally lurks some poor soul that will have a "worst job ever" story to tell some day!

And down a side street -- without fanfare or explanation -- was a magical little art-filled park:


No comments:

Post a Comment