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... little to see except salt and mud pans, lots of arid sand and the occasional local tearing past in a clapped out truck helping to make the corrugations even worse!
We ended up staying at Kuyima (N26 49.522 W113 10.231), a campsite run by some Mexican guys who also run a very professional as it turned out boat based, whale watching operation for the three months the grey whales are around. Their camp is located right on the shore of the laguna and apart from being wind blown ...
... to it, but I had a group of lads from the Netherlands in my room who annoyed me so much I fantasised about pushing them out of the window (I'm not kidding). When I was brushing my teeth they stood behind me saying stuff to me in Dutch and then looking at each other and smirking. They already knew I couldn't understand what they were saying and you can call me paranoid if you want, but I've always considered mocking someone in a language they can't understand to be a bit gutless. ...
... noze itp. Michal przeglada i albo wyrzuca do smieci albo chowamy, bo "moze sie przydac". Wieczorem poszlismy zjesc do malej knajpy (dwa stoliki i lada wzdluz kuchni) gdzie stoluja sie miejscowe prostytutki. Tanio i dobre domowe jedzenie. Jutro znowu robota, ale tak to na WAKACJACH jest. Maly problem z Genoa winch. Podstawa zgnila kompletnie, zastanawiamy sie jak to naprawic: 1) nowe drewno 2) przyspawac kawal stali? Jutro musimy sie zdecydowac
Monday July 19, 2010
From: Santo Tomas to San Vicente 25 mi/40.24 km 13 % max climb. "Max Temp 41c"
Trip Altitude 467m
Total Distance (cumulative) 607 kilometers
We woke at first light, packed and were on the road at 6:45 under a cloudless blue sky. The first 5 miles clicked by quickly and the temp was a mild 26c. Then a long uphill grade began. Up, up and more up. We gained over 300meters in about 3 miles. ...
... an all-organic artisanal food shop with wine tastings and plenty of free samples. I felt guilty about trying to make lunch out of the freebies so ordered a Pizza Mexicana, one topped with locally produced olives, onions, chorizo, and queso de cabra.
I did most of my wine shopping for Cabo at L.A. Cetto but continued on through the afternoon to some of the posher establishments that don't give tours but charge about $3 to $7 ...