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Old 01-25-2007, 05:56 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Stinez
Did you venture into the El Candile bar?
(On the left there)

Lots of local gringo's hang out there which makes it a good "IN" for outsiders looking for local knowledge.


Ya shure, ya betcha ... being familiar with the town, I like breakfasts there

...we frequently encountered three American gentlemen (who also were staying at La Hacienda) who were among the folks that lost their homes in the September flood ... one of the gentlemen said that this was the third time he has been flooded out in Mulege and that it was a friend who was caretaking his home at the time who was the only fatality of the flood:

September '06 flood pics:

Other flood pics may bee seen at:

We also enjoyed dinner a few times upstairs at the Equipales, tacos at Deny's (....also known as "Taqueria Doney" in town, perhaps)....on street coming into town from highway at north end of town...

drinks and dinner at Las Casitas....tacos on the highway that had great fish tacos...

Mulege has a good variety of places to eat.....the Grand Meal may be the weekly pig roast at La Serenidad....

But, I digress with culinary quips....back to the essence of the gustatory gallery...

But more of that later....
Ged Schwartz
Kamloops , BC

Baja '05 , Baja 06/07 , Baja 08/09 , BC Alpine Single Track

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