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... glass blowing factory. They had a glass blowing “factory” on the Celebrity Solstice when I was on it in 2013, but I managed to miss every demonstration they had, so I was anxious to see this one.
It was a very simple, but impressive, process. The glass blowers work in tandem. While one shaped an angel, the other one applied a different color of glass for the wings and still another color for the hair. It took a total of maybe ...
... for guest but fine none the less. Ate at a nice place in town (El delfin is out from the main town) and I enjoyed coconut shrimp and Jerry had octopus which was also Delicious. Went to the supermarket for some stuff for breakfast and had a nice drink up on the balcony when we got back; watching the full moon rise and the nearby lighthouse track its beam over the wetlands. It's warm and a bit humid but very nice.
Flight was great, half ...
Hola from Cabo San Lucas
We are tied up safe and sound in the marina at Cabo San Lucas. This leg took us 2 nights and one day. It has been and continues to be a grand adventure. Here's our last two sailing days of the Baja Ha-Ha along with some of our adventures in Cabo.
Wednesday November 6, at 1720 we had made it another 115 miles to the south.
As mentioned in the last blog entry we started leg #3 early. We not only wanted to get ...
... we went back to San Jose and ate in a tasty Chinese restaurant. I’m talking about food again. Sorry.
The last day in Los Cabos we spent at Billygan’s - another beach bar/restaurant full of drunk gringos and weird competitions such as who can put on a frozen t-shirt first. I need to write quickly about how many people were selling the same rubbish on the beach. Completely different ...
... salsa, croissant, salad and hash browns. I'll be talking about food a lot throughout this blog, get used to it. Moving along. We decided to spend our first day getting our bearings and checking out the town, after a short $12USD cab ride we find ourselves at the Cabo Mariner, this is where all my rich friends leave their yachts while they are working hard elsewhere, it's also filled with small fishing boats and water taxis. The Cabo mariner is made up of ...