Sometimes being a golf blogger can really suck. I should quit. How bad is it to have to go to a fine resort for three days, eat great food, bathe in four different types of hot mineral springs and get massages? Bad bad bad. I guess I’d better at least finish this review of Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort and Spa before I submit my resignation.
About Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs
Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs is located in Ojo Caliente, New Mexico, about 50 miles outside of Santa Fe. The nearest decent airport is 111 miles away in Albuquerque.
The waters at Ojo have been a haven for many different peoples, from the ancestors of Native American Tewa Indian tribes, to the Spaniards in the 1500’s, to golf bloggers in 2009. There’s much more detailed history, sans the golf blogger part, here.
Four different mineral springs
Ojo Caliente has the distinction of being the only hot springs on our planet with four distinct types of mineral water: iron, lithium, soda and arsenic.
There are 10 different pools, some private, filled with these varying waters or combinations of them. The pool temperatures range from 80-109 degrees F.
Greetings from the Albuquerque Airport… pardon me… “Sunport.” I have just enough time before my flight to post a little video nugget from my trip to Black Mesa this week. Below is a clip from the resort/spa I stayed at here called Ojo Caliente. I’ll be doing a full review soon, but for now I hope you enjoy this little video.