I had visited the beaches north of La Paz on the Pichilingue Peninsula a couple times before (in 2000 and 2005), but this time I noticed a big difference — lots of private property signs, security outposts, and new housing developments. This is probably the last time I'll try camping in this area.
I helped these guys get their family truck pulled out of the soft sand just before being swallowed by the rising tide.
Driving back south to La Paz, I stopped at Bahía Balandra. The north side of the bay is crowded with campers, but I found a secluded back entrance on the south side. A dirt track to