After an early breakfast in the coach, we were on our way towards Bahia de los Angles. About 2 miles outside of Guerrero Negro we were stopped by the people manning the “Immigracion Office”. As far as I know, this is the only place all throughout the Baja that the government will stop you to check your immigration papers. On the way down this last December, we were stopped at this same place but it was for a check on any produce that we may have. At that time the young lady came on board and confiscated quite a lot of fruit and vegetables that we had in the refrigerator. On this drive up, we thought we would be confronted with the same, so we put all of the produce into a separate container and hid it. Much to our surprise, they didn’t even ask us about produce, they just wanted to check our papers… Earlier in our drive up from Cabo, we had been stopped at 2 different locations along the road by the military. They are looking for drugs and guns. On both occasions we were just waved through without an inspection, although later today we were stopped about halfway to our turnoff to Bahia de los Angles. This time they decided to board our coach and Phil and Kathy’s coach as well. It is interesting to go through their “search”. Two young men in uniform ask if we would allow them to board. Of coarse it was the thing to do (I didn’t want to find out what they would do if I said “No”). One young man went right back to the bedroom area and tried to open a couple of drawers and a closet door. Because the slides were in, they were completely blocked and couldn’t be opened. That was OK, as he decided to shine his flashlight around and leave anyway. The second found my computer/phone headphone set. Apparently he had never seen anything like that before so he had a lot of questions about it…”what is it?, how much did it cost?, will you SELL it to me?... Obviously I say no, and that was OK too. They both thanked us and wished us a good journey. Up Highway 1 another 20 miles, we came to our corner to head to Bahia de los Angles. This turn and the rest of the drive is new territory to Louise and me and also for Phil and Kathy. The road is fairly new in getting paved, as it hasn’t been too long ago, that it was paved for the first time. This route takes us 45 miles southeast in just about the same direction that we had been coming from. Most of the time it seemed like we were going slightly downhill, though a mountain desert area just as we had been traveling in for the last 9 days. About 3 miles outside of town we were coming over the last hill and let me tell you, what we saw was one of the most beautiful sea and island areas I have ever seen…it was Beautiful, with a capital “B”.