During our 2 month absence, our vehicle is stored well protected in the wine Valley Guadalupe.
Above the clouds...
Late at night at the Marriott Mexico City airport hotel.
Our hybrid rental vehicle.
Traveler meeting in Studen, Sewitzerland. Organized by Gaby and Peter.
Sailboat harbor in Lucerne
Restored paddle steamer on anniversary voyage.
Changeable weather situations.
House with access to the lake.
On Tom's boat with Wonne and her father.
Checking new possibilities.
Switzerland's most beautiful 9-hole golf course in Meggen.
Meeting with Thomas and Sandra as well as dog Momo.
On the way to Furka mountain pass.
Impressions from Valais.
... perfect world.
Furka, Grimsel, Nufenen, all mountain passes are closed.
For the return trip from Valais to Zurich, we only could take the road via Montreux and Bern.
A long way from Guadalajara to Ensenada - 2,500 KM
... protected well by fence electrified and three Rottweiler dogs.
Little man, big.
The pressure transmitter valve had to be replaced with a normal one due to a defect.
Our Coleman air conditioning system receives expert service.
Once again sand under the wheels.
Reserva de la Biosfera El Pinacate y Gran Desierto de Altar
Mexico - USA: border wall 3'100 KM
well-developed pass road
Ensenada port with cruise ships.
The second Corona vaccination we got in front of the hospital in Ensenada.
the vaccination team in Ensenada
Ruta del Vino in the Valle de Guadalupe
Our campsite under palm trees.
Many of the over 100 wineries in the valley also have excellent restaurants with exquisite delicacies.
Carajillo: espresso with brandy or rum or whiskey or ... Meanwhile, one of my favorite drinks after a fine meal.
In the small but fine restaurant, we were the last guests.
Well equipped palm doctor.
El Aguacatoso: marinated shrimp, radish, cucumber, avocado, coriander, ginger, chilli ...
Camarones de la Bahia de Matanchen: shrimp and mushrooms grilled on charcoal
elegant EMILIANO restaurant in the center of the town Tepic
marinated sea bass with risotto
Volcan de Chocolate - delicious dessert
We were also spoiled with culinary delights in the Loma 42 restaurant in Tepic.
Bread served differently
Prawn salad with mezcal vinaigrette sorbet and dried chillies.
Again at Swiss Charly' campground with a great view on Martin and Julia's cactus garden.
Balu enjoys being caressed.
Antique car transport to ...
... not to the Hansueli!
Santuario de Atotonilco - UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rather plain from the outside.
Elaborately worked floor.
Entrance portal to the church.
The Sistine Chapel of Mexico Jesus Nazareno de Atotonilco. UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Unique ceilings and murals.
Our campsite at the RV Park Hotel San Ramon, outside San Miguel de Allende.
San Miguel de Allende - one of the most beautiful cities in Mexico.
The main entrances to the plaza are equipped with disinfection locks.
Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel
One of the many murals in San Miguel.
... all over Mexico again and again.
art gallery visit
Wonderful, planted inner courtyards.
There is also construction going on in San Miguel de Allende.
luxurious hotel roof terraces
The center was built in the colonial style with its unique flair.
street-beggar-musician, who could elicit a maximum of four different notes from his trumpet.
View from the hotel roof terrace.
Boutique Hotel Apapacho - Kouyin Asian Eatery
BBQ dim sum
... and simply delicious.
Kampachi fish, lemongrass, mushrooms and polenta
Coconut soup with shrimp and chicken
Chapel of Jimmy Ray Gallery - The Art Wall. See our separate photo show.
Living room, Casa de las Ranas.
Thai restaurant on the roof terrace of a 5 star hotel in San Miguel.
San Miguel de Allende with around 70,000 inhabitants has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008.
Chapel of Jimmy Ray Galleryin the small town of La Ceieneguita, near San Miguel de Allende
The Chapel of Jimmy Ray
Casa de Las Ranas = frog house
Sunday meeting at the beach
Tons of beer and other beverages run down their throats. Bottles and cans are simply thrown away.
Camping in Alamos
replaced water pump
here it can be endured
City tour Alamos
our spot at the RV Park Punta Cerritos near Mazatlan
view from above on what is happening from below
Going out for fishing at 5:00 a.m. and returning around noon.
looking for gold?
dinky mink animals are carried on a leash at the beach
leg position - very important for selfies.
Twins are instructed in the correct bathing behavior.
Nothing works without a smartphone.
pay attention to the leg position
fishing with cast net
sporty and skillful
Every morning up to 25 such sun protection tents were set up and dismantled again in the evening.
In Mexico is much eating and drinking.
Please note leg position of women.
beach party with live music.
provisional Corona vaccination station in Atotonilco
our view from the camper
unique garden from Julia and Martin, Santa Elena
landed between cactus spines
camping in Valle de Bravo
truck drivers restaurant
photo shooting on the occasion of the 15th birthday
because of COVID-19 we live mostly outside
incredible climbing without crampons and without securing
reward for climbing the summit is a cigarette
he brings down a special coconut
mexican family trip
we stood on this beach for over a week
Why watch TV? With such a view!
Campground Hotel Playa de Cortes, Guaymas
large hotel with beautiful garden
San Carlos, Sonora
Casa en el cielo - house in the sky
a villa from "El Chapo" Guzmann - drug lord, imprisoned for life in U.S.
here the desert meets the sea
National Museum of Anthropology
Valle de Bravo - Pueblo Magico
Pelican, the world's heaviest bird capable of flying
Foam on the beach: remains of a dead group of algae are whipped up by waves to form mountains of foam and hit the beach by wind and current
sea air corrosion
mortar is puddled by hand
bricklayer, henchman and boss
hard working conditions with low wages
magic of animal life
at the age of 30 pelicans are considered old
around 2 meters wingspan
feet with toes serve as runners when landing on the water
Pelicans can only catch fish in shallow water.
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