We stayed in Tecate, Mexico for 3 nights after the Beach Bus trip at Nicko and Nathalie's house who organized the trip. They were fantastic hosts to put up with us all staying …. 7 people in all. On the bus we met Maple and Sheva who had been hitchhiking through the USA from Canada and are on there way to Guatemala. They also wanted to travel down Baja so we all decided to go looking for a cheap car. We found a GMC Safari van which was advertised for $750. Matt managed to bargain the owner down to $480 ($120) each. It's not in great condition like most Mexican vehicles but we hope it will get us down to the bottom of Baja. So far almost every door has broken in some way but Mattgiever as he is now called managed to bodgy up the doors to work most of the time. The suspension also sounds a bit shot so we just need to take things a little easier. The car vibrates a lot when we hit 50 miles or over. The back seats also come out which has been good on a couple of nights when we all needed to sleep in the back due to strong winds in Bahia De Los Angeles. We also need to start being a little more careful where we drive it. On day 2 we managed to get it bogged on the way to an off road beach to view a shipwreck just north of San Quintin. We were stuck for a couple of ours before we gave up digging and Matt and Sheva went for a few mile walk to the nearest house to get some help. He came down in his 4WD but still couldn't manage to pull it out. He called his brother who then also came down and finally with the help of 2 4WD's we were free. We paid them $500 pesos for their help. On day 4 Matt then got bogged again in the sand when he went driving looking for his shoes he left at the previous nights camp site. We have been camping every night and so far only had to pay $250 pesos (approx $25 AUD). On day 6 we stayed at an old abandoned scallop fishing shack on the beach just out of Villa Jesus Maria.. On day 7 stayed at an old abandoned lighthouse just out of Guerrero Negro. Overall this road trip has been fantastic. We are currently about halfway down so should be getting into Cabo San Lucas in about another week. Below is just a quick list of where we have spent the last week.Day 1. Picacho Parque Nat. del Diable Sierra De San Pedro Martir. This is a national park which had an observatory. We were hoping to get in to have a look but with no luck.Day 2. Beach camping just north of El Rosario de Abajo.Day 3, 4 and 5. Beach camping Bbahia de Los AngelesDay 6. Beach camping at abandoned scallop shack at Punta Santa DomingoDay 7. Beach camping at abandoned lighthouse just out of Guerrero Negro.Day 8. Camping in a cabana and sleeping in a hammock next to the first lot of fresh water we have seen so far at San Ignacio.