Ignacio Springs Bed & Breakfast
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... plate of Mussels and chips then ice cream.
After dinner we chatted to our waiter for a while and then up to Facets to say goodbye to the girls. We thought we would go to the Crew Show but as it was 9.30pm, it was unlikely we would get seats – plus the show had started.
After dropping off a comment card and getting a copy of our statement … back to the cabin to update the blog, last minute things for the suitcase, then sleep ...
... big trip (of doom!)
The next day, now pretty much recovered, walked around the centre mostly - went to some old house where all the rich and powerful used to visit, noticed a lot of cruise ship tourists, with a particular fat guy dressed as 'Super Viagra'. I didn't know it at the time, but Super Viagra dude is everywhere in the pharmacies over here... they even have people dressed up as him to encite people to visit the chemist haha. Originally I just thought ...
... over at midnight and rob them or worse she left us to our own devices seeming to shake her head as to why people would want to camp alone, in a car, on a beach with no “facilities”. Yeh, well.
During the night, a small boat with three fishermen landed just down the beach from us and spent a half or so doing something with their boat or its contents, what exactly we were not about to get out of bed for to investigate. Perhaps comfortingly, the Mexican navy did ...
... two things though:
1. For a journey to be a journey, and for an adventure to be re-lived, it has to end at some point, and
2. We need to go home to work for a while as we plan our next adventure :-)
I feel like I am rambling and procrastinating now to avoid the inevitable having to leave. Even though as I write this we have already physically moved on, mentally I doubt I will leave this world for some time to come :-)
Time to be brave - GET ON THE BUS!!! ...
... of time to learn some lingo, visit a post office to send that form back to US Customs and Border Patrol and get a bit more acclimatised to the place. It sucks to not be seeing places like La Paz and Guadalehara, but that's the way it goes sometimes.
I'll admit I got a little depressed over the two nights in Ensenada. I missed the familiarity of Los Angeles, even though I'd hated the hostel. On both afternoons I laid down on my bed and dozed off, just wanting to escape ...