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Today was continuing on projects started yesterday. There was a trip to Guadalupe to the mercado. The weather was perfect with overcast and a nice breeze. Much progress was made on projects on our list. As always i enjoy slaughtering the Spanish language and everyone is every patent with me - thought they don't hide their mirth very well.
... They must each be so strong and
so flexible! I’m in awe of what they are able to make their bodies do! We had
hoped to see the Second City group again, but they were in a small theater and
it was packed to the gills so we gave it up. In between all that, we had to
pack and were happy that everything fit back in the suitcases along with the
souvenirs! Yes, you know we had ...
... act and an aerial act in a magical
way! They depicted Earth, Air, Fire and Water in dance and the magicians had a
part in each. The aerialists did cool things with long strips of cloth and
there were trapeze girls and all sorts of light shows going on the whole time.
It was amazing!
Tomorrow is our last day on board and is a sea day again, so
no ports or excursions. Guess we’ll have to start packing!
... a ride out to the immigration office and we were told that they only process citizenship in that office and that to get a tourist visa we would need to go back to the border. At this point, I saw steam beginning to pour from Craig’s ears…and it wasn’t from the humidity here! He cooled off soon and we reminded ourselves that this is Mexico. Luckily, we are paid up at the marina through the end of the month, so we do have a few ...
... We took time in the morning to explore the area before heading out on June 6.
We had filled up in Ensenada before leaving, so when we got to Catavina we had three-eighths of a tank; perfect, or so we thought until the only pumps in town were out (service and gas). Fortunately, we were able to purchase five gallons for 36 pesos a gallon, not bad considering. We stayed at Rancho Santa ...