Unfinished business in Baja If anyone of you have followed our TAT-Baja-trip in 2013/2014 (see signature) you know that I blew my shock and we only made it to San Ignacio before we had to turn around. This time we wanted to get further. We crossed the border in Tecate and took the road to Ensenada for our first night. We even took Mex 1 down to El Rosario the next day with some dirt sidetracks to the coast to see some shipwrecks. In El Rosario I changed the gearing to two teeth less in the front (good for whatever comes) before we set off the next morning. We had some tracks from friends that we wanted to follow on our way down Baja. The first one was from El Rosario to Catavina. We followed the coast for part of the day and then turned inland. Sandra and I then took a detour to the ruins of a monastery before ending the day in Catavina. The next morning we backtracked a couple of kilometers and then took a dirt track through the Valle de Los Cirios with beautiful cacti and rock formations. The track was an interesting mix of well used dirt roads and hardly used unmaintained tracks that were a bit challenging in parts, but nothing not rideable. Shipwrecks on the coast Sandra making new friends Is that a cactus? Why am I Standing on the wrong side of the gate after I closed it again? Who knows!