Not the best nights sleep, but that’s what you get for sleeping on the roof of a busy truck stop restaurant. Breakfast was huevos rancheros and a couple of cups of coffee, the last one of which tasted like it might have had a drop of rum in it… perhaps I was just having a flashback though. On to the road, and although my legs were aching from a few long days, I made good time. A couple of hours in, and Bob got its first puncture. There’s been so many small, spikey thorns laying around Mexico that it was only a matter of time before it happened. I patched it on the spot, and was off again within half an hour. On reaching La Paz, I found Pension California which Roberta had suggested and checked in. At 200 pesos a night, and centrally located its good value. After a much needed shower (which included clothes wash… I’m still working out how to do a non X rated video of that one!), I stocked up on food at a supermarket, and had a Burger King. Yes, you read it right!! I must be in civilization! I’ve located the Marina clubhouse, and tomorrow, I’ll go down and put an advert up asking for a ride to the mainland. I’ll stay in La Paz for a maximum of four nights, and if no ride is happening, I’ll get the ferry over to the mainland.