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Those bloody pinheads at Delta Airlines! Holiday off to an ominously bad start after the outward flight from LAX to La Paz they sold me back in October had been cancelled… but they failed to tell me. Even looking at my account on their website five hours before departure it showed everything on schedule. So, ...
... since I’d had any problems. Maybe it was the illness in a tortilla from the eyeball soup place a few days before, I don’t know, but felt quite bad when going out for a beer the first night and had to retreat back to the house.
In the morning Karla made some breakfast with some Guacamole. Shortly after my first bite, she revealed ‘oh yeh, I put 4 chilis in that’ haha – still it was tasty stuff, just had to take a bit of a risk with ...
I woke to the sun rising and shining straight in room at about 6:30 it was horribly bright. Brock had already gotten up becuase he copped the brunt of the sun. Up on deck we could see land, we had hit Cabo and by about 10am we should be at our first dive site in the Sea of Cortez. Here it was beautifully calm and we still had the same glassy water as when we went to sleep, it looked awesome. We had breakfast and went through the dive briefing for the site.We dropped down for ...
... The only dampener was our waiter who came looking for and virtually demanding a tip after we had left our table.
From Acapulco it was a short drive of just over 200 kms to Zihuatanejo along a nice coastal road with little traffic. We stopped briefly en route at the remains of maybe a restaurant or hotel which looked as if it had been hit by a tsunami. We drank a beer, skinny dipped in the sea and said hello to a Canadian couple who live 6 months here and 6 months home but ...
... the local’s thing we’re mad
because it’s only 87 degrees and a month ago it was over 100…that’s hot. In the
evening we put the world to rights over a glass of wine with Gus and Mike, who
were then kind enough to give us lots of useful information and tips for the
rest of our time in Mexico.
We headed to our final stop in Baja, La Paz. This is the
largest town in Sur Baja and has the main port ...