Friday, October 05, 2007

Rosarito Mexico | The Road Less Traveled

Opps, we did it again! Yes, we traveled to Rosarito, Mexico again in October. I guess we can't get enough of the beach life, and it is so cheap compaired to San Diego.

When I say travel, it's really just a hop, skip and a jump to Rosarito. We left Yuma, AZ at 8 a.m. and arrived in San Diego at 10:30 a.m. Then after a nice breakfast we hit the road through Tijuana and made it to our Condo rental by 11:35 a.m.

One of the things you must adjust to when traveling to small towns in Mexico, is that most of the town is not "touristy". It isn't filled with lush landscaping and clean cobblestone streets. On this last trip, I took some photos of things that make the area a very cool adventure.

I know that the food is good, everywhere. And... the resorts are gorgeous. But, I wanted to show you a bit of what makes the area so interesting. I think the native residents in Rosarito must all be artists.

Carved Sign Over Entrance To The Lobster House

Little Garden Paradise

Stamped Sidewalk...

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