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... 8217; x 12’ pool. There was dirt path that lead to an overflow pond which was surrounded by palm trees. This water was very cool and it took me a long time to get used to it. Sini just jumped in and began swimming. We went back into the hot spring before driving back to camp. We spent the rest of the afternoon laying in the lounge chairs reading and napping in the sun. Just before sunset we headed out into the desert and did a perimeter 3 mile ...
... Unexpected Boys, a group from New Jersey, they weren't very good.
Friday November 7th-8th
We arrived in Huatulco at 0730, the weather was sunny and 30c already. We decided not to do any tours so we ate a late breakfast then walked through the market at the end of the pier with all the traditional Mexican handcrafts and jewelry shops. We found a restaurant that had wi-fi, bought a couple of soft drinks and checked our emails. We walked back to the ship, had lunch, ...
... our last night here. We were treating this place as a rest bite and to find an apartment for the rest if our time in San Diego. In our time here we went to the laundrette and got talking to the owner. It turns out his ancestors moved from Fife. We even got two free bottles of water out of it. SCORE!! That night we looked into apartments. We decided to go with the one that was the most central. Only ten minutes to the zoo and the Baseball park. We had ...
... the show. The set, dolphins and dancers/acrobats were really good. Very different to the Gold Coast SeaWorld show.
From this show we made our way straight to Shamu Stadium to watch the 'One Ocean' Orca show. Man the Killer Whales are big. The 'splash zone' of the stadium is over 16 rows back. And they do not lie, you get completely drenched if you sit in any of those rows. The ...
... that's one of those thoughts that seem to come from my knowledge but I can't pinpoint the basis of that knowledge.
North of Pearsonville -- right-hand side lava lies in the valley and very little crosses to the other side of us. Volcanic activity? When? From what? Our minds wander and formulate hypotheses. Now, a little ridge on the left and now a cinder cone ahead-- both confirm ...
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