Packed and headed out to town for breakfast recommended by the manager. Good little spot, for get the name, or even if it had a name? Not much but we always kept an eye on the bikes After eating we filled the bikes at the gas station on the edge of town. I believe they only had 87 at this one. We slabbed it for 5 or 10 mins before cutting off and headed towards Punta San Hipolito again hugging the coast. Gravel road with pockets of sand just enough to keep you on your toes. The beaches went forever. Great view all way along with salt flats in between. La Bocana then off to Punta Abreojos. Just before entering the town the salt flats went of fro a long time. Smooth and tons of camping opportunities along the small sand nooks. Best would be an overlander truck with some kayaks for fishing. Next trip I think Most towns you hit always look like there was a hay day 20 or 30 years ago. Needles to say a break was in order. Temperature was climbing up. I was disappointed because by the National Geographic map showed offroad to Mex 1 then a tiny bit of slab to San Ignacio. The road is paved all the way. It was a hot one heading inland again.