One of the reasons we moved to Tucson was the fact that Puerto Peñasco — aka Rocky Point — is only a four-hour drive away. Over a weekend, we can leave the city and hang out in a Mexican beach town on the semi-tropical Sea of Cortez.
We don’t get there as often as we’d like anymore, but we always feel the call of the beach. A lot has happened this month, and we are looking at making a new and radical lifestyle change this year that supports our passion for travel. It’s been a crazy roller-coaster of emotions the past few weeks as we discuss our future plans, and we just can’t resist the beach’s siren call.
We’re going to head down to Puerto Penasco to decompress and contemplate our next moves. And nothing soothes our souls like some time at the beach.
End of an era in Rocky Point, Mexico. - Travelinas.com
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