On Monday, November 3, the Golden Princess arrived off La Paz, Baja California Sur, in the Sea of Cortez. This is not a common cruise ship destination, and neither Ursula nor I had ever been here before so we were quite looking forward to visiting La Paz. We were not disappointed.
Unlike all the other Mexican ports we would visit this cruise, La Paz is not a tender port. You dock just off the city’s boardwalk, which runs along the bay.
The boardwalk itself is quite charming. It is decorated with many works of art and even a giant oyster shell with a glistening stainless steel pearl (which you’ll see Wednesday).
The boardwalk also has a distinctive faux lighthouse for an added nautical flair befitting a sea port.
And how often do you see a two-story gazebo?
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