Pop Goes the World May 3rd 2019 Wanna go see the Mobula jump? What a silly question. Of course I do.
Nothing is more amusing than watching thousands of rays the size of dinner plates hurl themselves out of the sea for a cartwheel and a splat.
It's unknown why they do this but several theories abound.
Some believe it is some kind of mating ritual. He who smacks the water the loudest gets the most Mobula actio ... read more
North America » Mexico » Baja California Sur » Los Barriles The site of advanced Amerindian civilizations, Mexico came under Spanish rule for three centuries before achieving independence early in the 19th century. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst... ... read more
This Canadian girl's passion for travel comes from two very adventurous parents. My brother and I spent most of our youth traveling all over North America in the family campervan, airplane & boat - going as far west as the Hawaiian islands, as far north as Tuktoyaktuk on the Arctic Sea, and as far south as Mexico doing lots of adventurey stuff...canoeing, surfing, fishing, camping, hiking, skiing, exploring, jellyfish poking...it was the best childhood ever!
Nowadays most of my vaycay-time is spent in and around "Los Cabos" on the tip of beautiful Baja California Sur, Mexico. I adore the ... full info
Ake Och Emma
Ake Dahllof and Emma Holmbro
I would love to see that!
That looks so cool. It reminds me a bit of when we were in Mexico and saw whale sharks. That was before we began writing on Travelblog so you won't see any photos of that. /Ake
Whale sharks and Manta Rays and Whales give me such a thrill every time I see them. I made a trip out to Socorro Island one year for a dive and I wish I had blogged about the great whites and hammerhead sharks I saw. Jacques was right, it is the world's aquarium.
D MJ Binkley
Dave and Merry Jo Binkley
What a photo.