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post #3 of Old 01-07-2012
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...i'm getting worried that if we don't find coffee in the Sea of Cortez...
Actually in the Sea of Cortez (or, El Golfo de California, as the locals prefer) the baristas are few and far between (the beans are too hard to keep dry anyway). But, in Baja California and B.C. Sur it's not too much of a problem. All the cities and most of the larger towns have coffeehouses that cater to gringos turista. Just keep an eye out for large herds of overweight, melanin-deficient, middle-age folks (often with the mating pairs wearing matching outfits) who can't understand why their high school spanish is incomprehensible.

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